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Sounds like you are trying to boot from a lan or someplace other than
your hard drive. Turn the computer off then turn it back on and watch
the screen for which key it says to hit to Change the Boot Order or Boot
Sequence then hit that key. You have to hit the key when you see the
message or it will not work and you'll have to reboot to restart the
process. Select the Hard Drive as your boot source and then see if it
boots up all the way. If it does, you will have to do this each time
you start the computer unless you make a permanent change to the boot
order or boot sequence.
To make the change permanent, turn the computer off and restart it.
Look at the screen for which key it says to hit to get into the Bios or
System Setup then hit that key. You have to hit the key when you see
the message or it will not work and you'll have to restart. Once you get
into the Bios or System Setup look for the Boot Sequence Tab or
Settings and go change the boot sequence or Boot Order. Make the cd
drive 1st, and the hard drive 2nd. This is the normal boot order or
boot sequence. Just make sure when you boot the computer you don't have
a music cd or movie dvd in the drive or you'll get an error because the
system will try to boot from the cd/dvd drive 1st.
there is a plastic cap facing the front of the car on the gearbox. this must be removed in order to fill autotrans fluid.
it is important though to ensure that the trans needs oil.
this is established by getting the car to running temperature and running the gears from Park to 1st a couple of times, then remove the screw on the bottom of the trans sump. a small very amount of oil should spill , about 20/30ml. if more than this comes out then the oil level is adequate.if only a small amount comes out then you should top up until the oil spills from the hole.
this must be done with the engine running. and ensure you use the OEM recommended oil for VW.
ensure the car is in park and wheels chocked. please be safe!!!!
run the gears form park to 1st and back to park a couple of times.
yes put xp cd in go in bios 1st then set boot order to cd 1st top of list ok use plus mini keys to push it up then save changes rebooot in to cd xp hit any key then let it do its thing then it will ask u to formatt or repair or del partions ok u can del partions add new partions then formatt that then boot into xp ok fresh then update and install all drivers k
In order to watch the AV source in the AVIC-D2 or to have all the NAVI function while driving you must do the following: 1. Ground the original parking wire (Must Do) 2. There will be a open pin in the wiring harness under the ground wire. You must also ground this pin. I just pulled the wire out from the cellular mute pin and stuck it in the new pin and grounded it.