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I have just moved home and lost the cable off my sound stick 2 wher on net would i be able to purchase replacement ones please

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Sound lost ( i installed windows xp sp2) assemble pentium4


you can download your sound card drivers here :

http://www.emachines.com/support/

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I only have one PC in my house and it's not in the same room where the cable outlet is located. Right now I have a very long coax cable running from my cable modem to the cable outlet in the other room. Is...


Purchase either a USB stick that adds wireless capability to your laptop/desktop, or purchase a PCI wireless adapter-card for your desktop, and install it.

Then, you can move the cable-modem much closer to the cable-outlet, and then connect the cable-modem to a newly-purchased wireless-router ($20 to $70) to receive/transmit over your in-home wireless network.

Jan 24, 2010 | Gateway GT5654 Desktop PC

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Hi there. I have an HP a6500f. Came pre-loaded with 4GB RAM. Worked fine for a year then started freezing/restarting/BSOD randomly. Ran memory diagnostics and got a BIOME-1 error with both sticks, but...


Try manually setting the ram timings in bios but....

i would think its a motherboard issue too by the sounds of it. find one that has a similar specification and fit it, I will suggest one if you need me to, just give me a list of the hardware you have installed on this current machine

Jan 14, 2010 | HP KQ495AA Pavilion A6500F Desktop PC

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Turns on, no bios no screen, just beep.


Now the question is, when the computer first starts up and you hear the beep, that is where it will tell you what your problem is depending on the beep you get.

One Long and one Short Beep = Motherboard issue
One Long and Two Short Beeps = Video (Mono/CGA Display Circuitry) issue
One Long and Three Short Beeps = Video (EGA) Display Circuitry
Three Long Beeps = Keyboard error
One Beep, Blank or Incorrect Display = Video Display Circuitry

If it is the last one, then try doing the following.

1. Disconnect external devices = Unplug everything from the back of the computer and then restart it. If it starts up, then it is one of the peripherals that is plugged in. You will then need to turn off the computer and gradually plug each one in and turn the PC back on to see if the peripheral is the problem. If that isn't the problem, the proceed to #2.

2. Cable check = With the computer shut down, make sure all the cables within the PC are attached properly. Once you finish doing that, turn on the PC and that isn't the cause, continue on...

3. Disconnect all expansion cards = Sometimes another expansion card can become loose and cause various amounts of issues. Remove each expansion card (clean them if necessary of dust) and replace them. Turn on your PC. If it doesn't start move to the next step.

4. Disconnect all drives = disconnect the data cables from the CD-ROM, hard drive, and floppy drive from the motherboard (make sure to mark them so you remember where they plugged into). This will either remedy the situation or you will see an error when you reconnect each device one at a time to determine which device/cable is causing the issue.

5. Remove the RAM = Loose or bad RAM can cause PC's to not boot or boot incorrectly. Remove each stick and replace them one by one alone in each memory slot. If the PC boots up in each slot, then your golden, but if a slot is defective, then your motherboard is damaged in that slot. You can still use the other slots as long as you use the defective one. If a stick of RAM doesn't allow your computer to boot up, its quite possible that stick of RAM is defective and will need to be replaced. But make sure you try out all the other options before throwing away a stick merely because the PC doesn't boot. A faulty stick can be the problem, but if the problem lies elsewhere, you may be throwing away a good stick of memory thinking it may be bad.

6. Disconnect and reconnect the CPU = Most CPU's are easy to remove, but if you aren't familiar with it. Read your manual on how to remove the CPU. Once you remove it and re-seat the CPU, reboot your PC.

7. If after you have tried all the previous steps and your PC still doesn't boot, then it is most likely that your motherboard, CPU, RAM, or power supply is defective and must be replaced. If you are unfamiliar with fixing the problem (or have never built your own PC) you can opt to have someone repair it or you can start with the cheapest option of purchasing a single stick of new memory and see if the memory was indeed the original problem. If the PC still does not boot with new memory, then it is most likely your motherboard, CPU, or power supply that is dire straights.

Aug 28, 2009 | Gateway GT5028 PC Desktop

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Need help to move email to other one please


Hi, silly answer, but have you tried to reply to the email sent to "my verizon.net" ? Just change the receiver name to "my ayhoo. com" address. That should work. Good luck.

Apr 17, 2009 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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Move one email to other one need help. please


u have option in ur software to export mails to csv files...and dave it..in ur new mail sw  can import this saved file...make sure u are exporting as .csv file

Apr 17, 2009 | E-Machines eMachines W2686 PC Desktop

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Cords moved around in HP pavillion a1101n


1. replace the cord as if power cord is loose the board will may also get effected.
2. to Boot it normaly just put the os CD and then run the repair. it will set ur problem off.

Mar 25, 2009 | HP Pavilion a1410n (ER890AA) PC Desktop

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Recently bought a 1GB Memory Unit from Kingston Check compatablity in stuff-Uk.net and was confirm that this would be the correct unit i have been running the unit along side the existing Unit purchased...


have to tried to run both sticks in the slot thats working 1 at a time to check theres not a problem with the ram itself, try moving the 1 thats working now into the other slot and see if it works, then try the other stick of ram

Aug 11, 2008 | Acer PC Desktops

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Dvd dont work


If it has worked previously, one of three things has happened:


1. The DVD lens is dirty. In the computer supplies section of your local Wal-Mart, purchase a lens cleaning disk. Follow the directions in the package and your drive should be reading as good as new.
2. The DVD drive has died. You can purchase a replacement for around $40
3. If your computer has been moved or bumped, the ribbon cable inside has become disloged.

Items 1 and 2 are best handled by a service tech (either you local neighborhood geek or computer repair shop)

May 19, 2008 | E-Machines PC Desktops

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Upgrading RAM in a Dell Dimension Dim 3000


It could be one of two things:
1) Bad Ram chip (different brands), mostly DoA when buying with fleabay.
2) the U on the chip means 'unbuffered'.
3) check the following responses from other forums (specially #5):
http://www.computing.net/hardware/wwwboard/forum/42718.html

Hope That Helps!

Jan 31, 2008 | Dell Dimension 3000 PC Desktop

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