I just got a Dell computer which is running fine. an intel(R) pentium(r) 4 CPU 2.80GHZ but I cannot install my printer to this computer. I can't find my disk to this printer. it is a hp photosmart c6180 all in one
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first try to connect to the computer where the printer is installed be sure you can access the computer, then go to printer & fax if you dont see the printer there click on add a printer if ask location, select network printer double click that computer that appear in the network where the printer is installed then click next wait till finish then scan you document,
Brilliant, I commend you! I've posted using the simple CPU-Z program to several people on here, and they just don't seem to get it!
Sony doesn't release detailed info on their motherboards, for the most part. Just the usual generic info.
2.6 Volts? Open CPU-Z again. CPU tab. Let's see if you have this processor. Name: Pentium 4 HT 2.6C Code Name: Northwood Package: Socket 478 Technology: 130nm Core Speed: 2600.0MHz (Fluctuates when the computer is running) Multiplier: 13X (Fluctuates when the computer is running. When the Core Speed fluctuates enough, the multiplier changes to match)
Bus Speed: 200.0MHz Rated FSB: 800.0MHz Voltage: 1.475 to 1.525 V (Fluctuates)
Click on the Mainboard tab. Is the motherboard chipset Intel 865PE? [Chipset: Intel i865PE Southbridge: ICH5 or ICH5R Motherboard made by Asus?
It may not have an Auto CPU feature in BIOS Setup then. Means you cannot just put any old processor in there. Have you been into your BIOS Setup yet?
SPD stands for Serial Presence Detect. This is used by BIOS to automatically detect what ram memory is being used, and the ram memory timings.
JEDEC was Joint Electron Device Engineering Council/s. Changed to JEDEC Solid State Technology Association.
One of the things they have done is to set standards for Ram Memory. Voltages used and ram timings. JEDEC 1 is the ram memory module, in Slot 1 on your computer. (May state DIMM 1 on the motherboard) JEDEC 2 is the ram memory module, (Stick) in Slot 2.
JEDEC set the voltage standard for DDR Sdram ram memory, at 2.5 Volts. Your computer has DDR Sdram ram memory in it. The default voltage setting from the factory will be 2.5 volts for your computer.
I know that it sounds simple. But have you turned the printer off and back on. I have had a LOT of HPs start printing jibberish, and turning them off and back on is the only thing to fix.
I know it sounds like an obvious thing to try, and I don't mean to insult anyone's intelligence. But you'd be surprised how many people don't try that. They reinstall their driver, and reboot their computer, but never turn the printer off and back on.
VERY INTERESTING! lol. Not a Lot i know to try, But just re install the printer, I know on most HP Printers they require the printer to be unplugged while installing, But on Mac i hear they automatically install, So it HAS to be plugged in... just delete the printer driver and try to reinstall. Hope this helps!