I thought that AMD Customer Service would solve my lost cd installer problem but all i've got was an email saying that i should contact the manufacturer of my laptop since AMD does not provide driver support for laptops/notebooks. I bought my laptop last year at South Korea and now I'm back in the Philippines, is there other available solution to this problem aside from contacting the manufacturer? Hope you can help me guys...Thanks..
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When you restored the laptop, I assume you used the restore program by pressing (I think f10) on boot up then going through the restore program which is stored on the D partition of the HDD.
If you did run it from here and it failed, then it is obvious the restore partition is corrupted. Pity it's not the Aspire as I have a restore sic or that laptop. Unfortunately not interchangeable. You can buy a restore disc for your model from: http://www.gennersales.co.uk/recovery/acerlaptops.htm
In order to connect to a wireless network and the Internet on an IBM Lenovo machine, you must first enable wireless networking via your computer's operating system. Allow about five minutes to enable your IBM Lenovo computer's wireless capabilities.
Click the Windows logo in the bottom left of your screen. Select "Control Panel" from the menu. Click the "Network and Internet" icon in the Control Panel. Click "Network and Sharing Center." Right click "Wireless Network Connection" icon. Select "Enable." Enable Wireless via Switch Check your IBM Lenovo laptop for a wireless networking switch. It is usually on the front of the computer above the keyboard. Slide the wireless switch to the "On" position. Look for a wireless light on the front of the laptop. In some cases a light will come on to indicate that wireless networking is active. Other switches, when active, reveal a green strip of plastic. Troubleshoot network connection problems http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Troubleshoot-network-connection-problems Lenovo support http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/migr-50402.html
If its a USB ver 2.0 type and you are using Windows XP you won't need any software just plug it in and you should then check My Computer to see if it shows up as an extra drive/drives.
If you use Windows 98 you will need drivers so go to the sony website and check 'download" or 'support' amd enter your model no.
If your cd driver of your webcam is lost you need to visit their official site, what is the brand of your cam, visit their site and search the model, after you've search and you can see now the model, you can start to download the driver.
If the software comes on a CD-ROM disk,
borrow a friend's computer, and copy the files onto a USB memory-stick. Then, connect that memory-stick to your computer, and install from this copy of the disk.
Plug the camera in -- Windows will ask you if it is allowed to connect to the Windows Update web-site, to automatically find, download, and install the the correct software. Say "yes, this time".