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A hardware-related problem (including driver problems) on the local computer that does not depend on other computers in a network
I have a Lenovo IdeaPad S400, WIN 7, built in Realtek sound card.
This is an excellent article, explaining in detail what exactly does and does not wear out a lithium-ion accumulator. Highly recommended, if you want to know what you can do to extend the useful life of your battery.
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I run a LG desktop 153gb Hard Drive with 2gb Ram: OS = WinXP Home SP3.
It seems a CD I was using to install a program somehow came off of the tray and is still inside my DVD drive. The tray ejects fine and I can see the CD in there. It would be tough to get at it but it looks like it might be possible to remove it from the front. I could try putting a blank CD in the drive to see if it would jar the first one loose but I really don't want to aggravate the problem.
I have a HP Pavilion dv6000 laptop (2GB RAM, 100GB HDD) with Windows XP MCE 2005 (SP2) running.
I recently got myself a new keyboard, the fairly expensive Razer Tarantula. One of the key features of this keyboard is its so called Anti-Ghosting, which is more precisely described as 10-key rollover over USB. (k-key rollover denotes the ability of keyboards to correctly handle a situation in which k keys are pressed simultaneously, independent of the combination pressed) However, to use it, you need to know the secret code!
Hello there first things first I really appreciate this site it has helped me countless times,
hey, i have recently been advised to reinstall windows and i am getting the BSoD message when attempting to install windows. this is due to my computer's SATA driver. this requires a floppy with the drivers on it.
my motherboard type is ms-6741
edit: i'm trying to install windows xp with service pack 2 if thats any help
My windows runs smoothly as long as i do not shut down, may be for months. Even restart is not a problem. But when it gets shut down once, it does not start. And my technician say " Sir, ur SMPS has gone." he changes the smps and it starts n shuts down for two three times and i am a happy person. But again the same problem.
Thanks in advance.
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