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Re: New w2k install
After a fresh install you need to go through and reinstall all the drivers for each internal/external component. Then when you have installed the video driver you can right click your desktop to access your Display properties to change the settings. The link below is all the drivers you need. Hope this helped.
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1.) Ensure XP is updated with latest device drivers 2.) Ensure latest chipset & motherboard drivers are installed 3.) Check USB drive, and USB port 4.) Boot up with any Linux OS Boot up disk and check if USB is working 5.) Install Windows 7 in case new drivers not available on XP
<p>The iPod touch is a personal media player that lets you play
music, watch movies and see the Internet (Wi-Fi) in a single device. Apple
releases updates to the operating system of the iPod touch. These updates
usually the device to optimize, fix bugs and installing new software. You can
use your device using iTunes. <br />
<p>1. Launch iTunes. Upgrade to the latest version of iTunes,
when prompted. <br />
<p>2. Connect your iPod touch to the computer with the USB
cable that came with the device. Wait for iTunes to detect your device. The
device appears under Devices on the left side of the program window after it
was discovered. <br />
<p>3. Click on the name of your iPod touch when it appears
under Devices, click on "Check for Update" on the right side of the
window. ITunes will scan your iPod touch to see if the latest software
available. <br />
<p>4. Click "Update" dialog box to install the latest
operating system. The update is downloaded. The Apple logo will appear on the
screen of your iPod touch with a progress bar under it when the update is
installed on your machine. Do not place the iPod touch, while the update is
installed. After the update, restart your iPod touch and boots to the home
screen, or if the device is password protected, the password entry screen. <br />
Once you installed the memory, did you enter into the System BIOS Setup screen? Do this and verify that the system recognizes the newly installed 2GB RAM. This should let the system access the new memory once you boot.
First you understand yourself is that after the windows logo screen apperars and its get restart means there is some changes or malfunction happened to your hardware - Although you changed your hard disk will not solve your problem. Please clarify as follows
1) did you load you operating system to this hard disk by any other computer help - if you load it with the same system try to reinstall the system.
If the problem existing 100% your motherboard is partially damage I think the uniprocessor side voltage variation is happening while you press keyboard some charge (voltage) you are supplying to the motherboard, sometimes some key pulse is more than 5 volt so that pulse support to get moved some points
First check your windows try to reinstall agian - I predict that you got this hard disk installed through some other laptop so the hardware configuration is different.