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If the computer boots up and starts it operating system (i presume it's Windows?), then yes it is finding your primary and secondary ports, but you may still be not seeing your CD / DVD drive in your file explorer or in My Computer. This is a fault relating to a thing known as High and Low filters - it's an old problem in Windows where for no reason at all your CD drive can vanish. Search the internet for a patch to repair high and low filters, it will be a very small registry entry file that you are looking for. Once you've ran that, restart the computer and 95% of the time the drive will have reappeared again. If not, start by checking that you can actually eject the CD drawer using its open/close button, and if you have a disc in the drive can you hear it spin ? If not, it may be a lose power cable at the rear of the drive, or a faulty power supply just affecting that drive.
I assume you meant to say XP OS. Many older games are not compatible with the newer operating systems. Use your old computer with the Windows 95 operating system installed. If you REALLY want to use the game, find an older Windows 95 computer and buy it.
Ouch, it sounds like your laptop cannot recognize your operating system. When a computer boots up it looks for an operating system (such as windows) on differnet devices. For example: 1. hard drive, 2. dvd drive, 3. network card. You may have a dead latptop and need to reinstall the operating system.
Microsoft is no longer supporting the Windows 95 Operating System hence it's no use of getting COA code. Try searching www.torrentz.com to download Windows 98 Operating System if you have very old computer.
Log in using SAFE MODE. While laptop boots, press F8 and it will prompt for which mode to login. Select 'SAFE MODE'. Once logged in try to restore the OS to a previous good restore point.
If you've a backup of the registry key, it will help better. Just restore the registry from the backup instead of going for an old restore point.
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Change the SMPS, preferably with 450 & above wattage. Also you must be using an UPS(uninterrupted power supply or battery back-up so there are no chances of voltage fluctuation. At the time of changing the SMPS also remove the RAM and clean the contact points with a piece of normal white paper..............sodeep
in bios setup usually under security you can remove user passwords.
you get into safemode for 2000 and in control panel and remove it form users administrator account
If your not interested in to os systems then you can format
Chances are that it is a driver problem, try booting in safe mode by pressing f8 during the initial bot up process and selecting safe mode, with or without networking, if your systems goes in to windows then you have a drive issue, as safe mode loads with only the basic drivers needed to run windows, hope that helps
The main thing you stated that makes me feel the issue is with a line. Maybe not ADT. Security systems sit idle until needed. However, if it is an older system and has a failure, it could seize the line and disconnect. But with the static issue, it does sound like an inside wiring issue. There may be a short in the connection to the alarm system. I would call an independent wiring person. They are cheaper and can test from end to end. When two companies like this are involved sometimes finger pointing slows getting a resolution. So this takes care of that. Also, if there is a short they will usually reconnect it so you know you have a good connection. If this helped, please rate my response. And feel free to respond if you have any additional questions.