Question about Microsoft XP Computers & Internet
Everything was working fine and then all of a sudden I have no sound at all and the sound icon has disappeared too
Sounds like either the hardware has become disabled or you lost your audio driver. To check this Right click the "My Computer" icon and select "Manage" A Computer Management window will come on the left hand side select device manager. This pulls up a list of every piece of hardware in your computer. If anything has a yellow " ! " next to it then the computer sees the hardware but can not run it due to an incorrect or missing driver. If there is a red " X " next to it then it has been disabled. To re-enable a component right click the icon and select enable. Finding the correct driver may be difficult, if you bought the computer from a store try going to the manufactures website. Go to Drivers/Support, usually you can type in the Model or Serial number of your computer and pull up every driver you may need.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Product Key
If Windows XP is retail, contact Microsoft for possible replacement key.........
To replace a product key, locate the appropriate telephone number by visiting the following Microsoft Web site:
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Posted on Oct 13, 2008
get a sevice pack II cd, boot your computer up, them insert the cd, it will prompt up for upgrade, follow the on screen steps. good luck
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
SOURCE: about printer
Sounds very odd the printer would not be supported by windows XP as it is the main OS used today, go to the samsung website and search the driver download section for a XP driver, if the driver on the cd has a known issue with SP3 then they will have released a new version.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
after logged in go to control panel , add and remove progams
tick on the show updates
u can see when the genuine notification is installed on your computer
restore the system to the erlier date
next login genuine notification not display at the time of login\
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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