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Once downloaded install the sound driver I have provided the link for. If it still doesn't work, please post back here with your DELL service tag. This can usually be found on one of the labels on the underside of the laptop. I may be able to help further if you can provide that information.
Processors do not fail unless they are mishandled or installed incorrectly. This system is very old and uses memory that is no longer available. Try starting your system with no memory, does it start to beep repeatedly? The memory may be at fault. No beep, could be the motherboard has failed. You will not find replacement parts, you will need a new system.
Go to there website anddownload with the following steep.Just . CLICKHERE
Type model no on the searchoption
Choice the product (e.g.chipsets)>
Desktop chipsets/laptop board>
Choice chip no(e.g.865/945)>
Selects your OS from leftside (e.g. sp/vista/win 7)>
Click on driver >
Now look bottom the page, anddownload one after one.
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I can't find any info on the mobo. So this is going to be your best bet.
If you download Belarc Advisor from http://www.belarc.com/ it will give you info on your computer and, more importantly, your motherboard. It should tell you what CPUs it supports. If it doesn't, then you need everst ultimate: http://www.lavalys.com/ which is a pay for product.
A computer running Windows 95 WILL NOT RUN Windows XP in most cases. Post all of your hardware details and we can explore that further.
Most programs that run on Windows 95 WILL NOT RUN under Windows XP easily. There are some compatibility things you can try for each one, but most simply will crash, and some will seem to work for a while then crash at inopportune moments.
What you should do is buy an newer computer with Windows XP, remove your current hard drive, and put your current hard drive as a second drive in the new computer. You will have access to your documents, but your programs will not run.
Hello... It would be helpful if you post which Video card you are using and the Operating system. The below details are assuming that you are using Win XP.
Actually you need to understand the system idle process in the inverse meaning. More percent of SIP indicates that there are no running processes capable of utilizing the processor to its max. Theres nothing wrong with your processor and the dual core optimizer you installed is good enough to care of your processor from overheating.
Now the frames in the games you play might be due to a entirely different reason.May be you should decrease the graphic detail like high resolutions and advanced textures.
Please play the game at 1024*768 resolution. Turn off Antialiasing,Vertical Sync.
Please post the game which you are playing and the graphic card you use.
Go thru these threads.