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Not install service pack2 xp but install xp service pack1

I have merkury motherboard & CELERON PROCESSOR

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Try to install it from another cd

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My pc restarts when i invoke any programe internet explore or windows explorer.the system is windows xp sp2 with folling configuration pi845gv asrok motherboard,p4 2ghz


If the software appears to be hanging and then rebooting you most likely have bad capacitors on the motherboard. This is a pretty old board and the caps tend to dry out and this is a typical behavior. If there is a brief blue screen before it reboots I'd say just re-install windows. Also be sure to get SP3 and all the security updates. Your leaving yourself open for attack.

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I have a laptop with out a wi-fi after i installed the xp the Ethernet receive only 10mbps what should i do.


It sounds like either the xp driver isn;t the correct one or it is defaulting to a lower speed. You may need to go to the laptop support and download the drivers. XP will try to use its own drivers and sometimes they are not as good as the OEM ones.

As well you will get lower speeds if your antenna is blocked or the laptop is farther away.

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Windows Xp cannot see it


Make sure you have ipx and spx protocol install on windows xp.

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160gb SATA hardisk opareting system not installed


Hi,


Check data and power cable. Verify in BIOS. Change SATA Port. Change SATA Cable.




Regards;
Hassan

Jul 14, 2009 | Networking Hubs & Switches

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''!!! WARNING: The switch is not usable !!!''


Unfortunately the show stack isn't showing any results other than it is either a hardware or software fault. I am guessing it is a fault with the hardware as the show version in your first post states "interface Ethernet-controller 4 failed POST POST error status : general error occured".

Ethernet-controller 4 is one if the gigabit ports (poss fibre port), so if you have anything attached to those, disconnect and reboot the switch and see what happens. If that doesn't work, you could try reinstalling the IOS, but at a guess I would say its a hardware fault.

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HP tx1009AU not booting up


I don't know HP's cost, of replacing this motherboard. A qualified, authorized, HP repair shop, will probably charge $300 to $400 dollars. To include the new motherboard, and labor to replace.

Too bad that you don't want to try it. A new motherboard may be $180 off of the internet.
Labor cost? 0 (But read on. This may not be advisable)

Quick search on Ebay for Pavilion tx1000 series motherboard,

http://computers.shop.ebay.com/items/?_nkw=hp+pavilion+tx1000&_sacat=60265&_trksid=p3286.m270.l1311&_odkw=&_osacat=60265

Your Pavilion tx1009AU, is part of the Pavilion tx1000 Series. All the same motherboards.

HP.com/Support and the PDF Maintenance and Service Guide, (It's a Service Manual. Don't let the
-> 'Guide' fool you!)

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c00853874.pdf

Should the above direct link for the PDF Maintenance and Service Guide, not work for you,
here is HP.com/Support, and the download page for it,

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/manualCategory?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&product=3350312&lang=en&

On this page, go down to the first manual listed ->
HP tx1000 Entertainment PC - Maintenance and Service Guide <- in blue. (Size: 3.48MB) Click on it.
You may not see anything happening. Give it 20 seconds at least, then the first page should pop up. Let it fully download before looking through it.

Tells you how to properly disassemble the laptop, and reassemble it. Gives you the part numbers, gives you the Specifications, and how to replace individual parts. Shows illustrations also.
Service Manual.

Just thought, I would pass this information on to you. Food for thought.

ONE more item!

The reason a LOT of laptops are being recalled, due to motherboard problems, stems from the DC Power Jack, and the way it's mounted to the motherboard. (Or having warranty work done)

The DC Power Jack, is that little round opening, where you plug the AC adapter, (Charger) into the laptop.
It is a small rectangular piece of plastic, that has a round metal sleeve in it, and a metal post in the middle.
This, is an example of an average DC Power Jack,
http://us.st12.yimg.com/us.st.yimg.com/I/yhst-42877593004970_2046_1336946

These jack's break. The middle pin can break in it's mount. Those flat metal pins you see sticking up, from the link above, go down into the motherboard. (The photo shows the jack upside down, in relation to how it sits on the motherboard)

These flat pins are soldered to the backside, of the motherboard. The solder joints can break.

For those laptops recalled due to a motherboard problem, it's due to the design of the motherboard, and how the DC Power Jack is attached.

Crude example:
Think of the laptop motherboard, as a 1 foot square. (As you can see, it isn't)
Now attach a 2 inch square to one side of this.
The 2 inch square is actually part of the motherboard. It looks like a 'Peninsula', sticking off of the main body of the motherboard.

Now attach the DC Power Jack, to this 2 inch square.

With the 'Charger' plugged into the laptop, the charger plug can get bumped. This can move the DC Power Jack enough, that the 'Peninsula' can break off, of the main body of the motherboard.

This 'Peninsula' can also break off, just due to everyday usage. Plugging the charger in, and taking it back out.

There are very flat, thin, copper strips on a motherboard, called 'Traces'. Think of them as very flat thin wires.
The traces, coming across the main body of the motherboard, to the 'Peninsula', can become stretched, and break.

This, results in No power coming from the 'Charger'. Nothing to charge the battery, nothing to keep the laptop working!

Bad motherboard design. Not the laptop manufacturers fault, (In this case HP), but the fault of the designer, that designed the motherboard.

So even if you do replace the motherboard, there's no guarantee this issue won't happen again.

Sorry this was so long and drawn out.

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Can't install my Hub-To-Go


find out the m/b make and try to download drivers from internet.

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USB hub


Do you have Windows XP and at least Service pack 2 installed.
Service Pack 2 comes bundled with the neccessary drivers for USB 2.0
In device manager under the USB heading you must have:
PCI to USB Enhanced Host Controller
In the list.

Jul 12, 2008 | Micro Innovations (USB204N) 4-Port

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Easy transfer Cable


Yes you can do this. Just install the driver on each box, of course, and the units will be able to communicate.

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