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Hopefully you will have a hard drive listed. Most likely the manufacturer of the hard drive in an Asus will be Western Digital. Look for an item that lists Western Digital, HDD, Hard disk or something similar to those. You also won't hurt anything if you systematically go through the list of devices.
Integrated 802.11b wireless, depending on model the specs say that it should have come pre-installed
Some form of Parental Control software like net nanny to filter **** other blacklisted info sites, etc. There are others look into them. You can be there to see where you kids are surfing but these programs monitor them for you. Not saying you have to pay for this service, there are free programs out there.
Give the child non admin rights; (Browser settings note: remove all white listed websites and start only with sites approved by you); Ad blocker, Firewall, Anti-Virus Software, the list is long....
Patience...this is going to be more a learning experience for you because the kids just want to play the online games but most of the online games are dangerous. I get a lot of computer repair service calls for this. I think they still have a free Kidzui. This online site is good.
you have a Pent 3/133 what is your ram at 128 mb you have a max of 1.0 gig --- you need to max out the ram
Research..... Save and replace the laptop for a faster system soon this is really going to be slow for visual graphics and kids websites. these sites are loaded with animation, sound, graphics that could take 2-4 minutes or longer to load because of graphics card, processor speed, etc. You'll also need a better graphics card.
Here is a link to make a password reset/removal from XP/Vista... ya download, from the first link, the software and burn to DVD/CD then ya boot up on the disc and follow the instruction from the second link I posted, it gives ya a walk thru. You can choose removeal or change..
OR if ya aint got a DVD put it on a USB drive...