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If it's almost full and you've been moving stuff to an external, sounds like you really need a bigger hard drive.
You've only got three options: 1) Buy a bigger hard drive 2) Move stuff to the external then delete it off the laptop 3) Delete things off the laptop such as programs you don't use and files . Make sure you empty your recycle bin, it can hold a lot of junk
ya ya ya , you blame your wife!!! don't do that again as gentleman. Well do this,: open this link in the computer which is connected to wireless, http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/wireless_key.html download the program and run this utility you will find your wireless key
Sounds like you've lost audio output from the sound card. Unplug the audio cable from the sound card and plug in a set of ear buds or headphones. If you don't get any sound your driver's not working. Try reinstalling the old driver.
Are the screen and computer sharing the same power supply, on a 4-gang multiplug or similar? What else is plugged in to the same supply? Have you got another HDMI cable to try this with? How is the audio connected - can that be changed to test it? Have you another laptop or PC that you can connect to see if this is the TV or the laptop causing the issues?
I don't quite understand when you said "I've lost my sim card, how to get my PUK Code?", PUK code is specific for every sim cards, so if you have lost that sim card which was blocked, I don't think you will ever need the PUK code for that sim card. But if you mean that your sim card is blocked and you are being asked for PUK Code, please follow the instructions given HERE. This is one of my "how to's" about PUK Code issue.
I don't know your exact CPU specs but I've taken a single core Intel M processor 2.0 GHZ from a Dell 800 laptop and put it into my wife's X1000 and have had no problems running XP SP3. My own x1000 computer reports Intel Pentium M 1600MHZ as CPU type.
you think you have a sound card installed but you don’t see it under the Sound, video and game controllers category, expand the Other devices category and check any devices listed
If there is a yellow question mark next to the name of the sound
card, there might be a problem. Right-click the name of the sound card, and then
Make sure your speakers are plugged into a working power source
and turned on.
Make sure your speakers are correctly connected to the
On your speakers, find the cable that plugs into your computer.
Make sure that the speaker cable is plugged into the speakers and the correct
jack on the computer. For example, if the cable is a 1/8 inch cable, there
should be a round jack for it on the back of the computer. If it is a universal
serial bus (USB) cable, it will plug into any USB port on your
Make sure your headphones are not plugged into the line out
(headphone) jack of your sound card or computer (unless you want to be listening
with headphones rather than speakers). When you plug in headphones, most
computers automatically cut the sound to the speakers.
If these steps don’t solve the problem, check the information that
came with your computer and speakers or go to the manufacturer's website.