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Does the evesham axis 64 dominator support wireless broadband

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SOURCE: My 5 year old Axis 64 Dominator (AMD 64 3500+ is

If it is getting very slow at booting up and doing everything it is well worth wiping the hard drive and reinstalling the operating system. Your performance should then be the same as it was when new.

If it is only slow at running the latest graphic-intensive games you should upgrade hardware. Processor, video card, and faster ram will give you the best improvements there.

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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SOURCE: new graphic card for Evesham Axis 64 3200

Are you asking about upgrading your graphics card?
Aslong as you get a graphics card that is AGP connection you will be fine.
They dont make AGP graphics cards anymore, but one of the last ones made (and most powerful is the Nvidia 7950 AGP) can be found all over ebay.
Its not a cheap card though, and a later edition nvidia 6 card would be just as good for you, such as an Nvidia 6800 AGP graphics card

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Replace power supply


It should work provided the components do not draw more than 400W.
If the wattage is exceeded these switch mode power supplies usually automatically shut down.
I recommend you install a switch mode power supply over the 420W rating.

Aug 14, 2012 | Evesham Axis PC Desktop

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I would like to know if my evesham pc has recovery/reload as it came preloaded when purchased? i am unsure of the model as i have misplaced the manual.


You can try pressing the F12 key and see if it gives you the option to boot from the recovery partition. If you are unable to boot from recovery partition or if there is no recovery partition, you will need to purchase recovery CD's. Good luck. I hope this helps. Have a good day.

Apr 25, 2011 | Evesham Axis 64 3000+ (AXIS643000+MAR04)...

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I wanted to upgrade the memory from 1Gb(in two 500mb slots) to 2Gb so purchased 1Gb Crucial memory. If I put the additional memory in one of the two purple slots computer will not work. If I replace one of...


how may slots do you have??
if @ slots are there then convert your ram or replace it with 2 Gb and the 1 Gb othr......or make the 500 Mb convert it by ur dealer to 1 Gb whole...

Feb 15, 2010 | Evesham Axis 64 3200+ Choice...

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Have an evesham pc Axis64-KD and need to know type of battery that backs up clock system. Any info please


The Evesham Axis 64-KD Desktop PC use a CR2032 battery, for the backup battery. (CMOS battery)

It's a watch type battery. Is approximately the size of a US nickle.

This shows what the battery looks like.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Button_cell

The battery is obtainable in many places that sell batteries for cameras, and watches. I buy mine from my local pharmacy. (Cheaper. About $1.69 US)

Jan 12, 2010 | Evesham Computers & Internet

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New graphic card for Evesham Axis 64 3200


Are you asking about upgrading your graphics card?
Aslong as you get a graphics card that is AGP connection you will be fine.
They dont make AGP graphics cards anymore, but one of the last ones made (and most powerful is the Nvidia 7950 AGP) can be found all over ebay.
Its not a cheap card though, and a later edition nvidia 6 card would be just as good for you, such as an Nvidia 6800 AGP graphics card

Jan 02, 2010 | Evesham Axis 64 3200+ Choice...

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I have no sound after reinstalling windows xp i have tried reinstalling drivers


Go to the Axis web site and search your system and look for Drivers and Downloads. If that wont work... under your PC Specs it should tell you the Sound Card Manufacture... run a search for that driver on Google. XP has issues with PnP on Sound Cards...

Dec 31, 2009 | Evesham Axis 64 3200+ Choice...

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My 5 year old Axis 64 Dominator (AMD 64 3500+ is getting very slow. Is it worth tackling this by a software clean-up & what would you recommend. Should I upgrade hardware, so far only RAM has been...


If it is getting very slow at booting up and doing everything it is well worth wiping the hard drive and reinstalling the operating system. Your performance should then be the same as it was when new.

If it is only slow at running the latest graphic-intensive games you should upgrade hardware. Processor, video card, and faster ram will give you the best improvements there.

Jul 18, 2009 | Evesham Axis 64 3200+ Choice...

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Conflicting information about maximum memory allowed


Your problem is not so clear. I guess you are having a P-4 with MSI Mother board. Almost all motherboards that support DDR 333/400 can support up to 2 GB of memory.

It is always better to buy brands like kingston.

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