Question about Dell Latitude D610 Notebook
Hello out there.I re-install XP pro with no errors displayed in the device manager. But under system properties in the general discription of computer. Intel(R)Pentium(R)M processor 2.00GHz, 319MHz, 1.50 GB of Ram..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: install xp vista linux
If you're trying to install all three operating systems onto the same partition it's creating a conflict, more than likely between Vista and linux. XP and Vista are similar enough and recognize each other, putting them in the same partition is ok, but try setting up another partition to install the linux to. I'm curious as to why you want or need all three on the same machine?
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
Have you tried right clicking on the desktop (opening Display Properties), clicking on Screen Saver tab, Clicking the Power button, and setting the power schemes to Home/Office Desk? If its set on laptop it will reduce the processor speed when running on battery. I have noticed that even with it plugged in that some times it will run at half processor speed. Try that out.
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Posted on Mar 02, 2009
SOURCE: Hello Sir I have Dell Inspiron
Long boot times are usually caused by start-up programs running in the background as the computer first starts up.
You can disable certain programs starting up with the computer so the operating system loads that little faster.
Click on the Start Menu (Orb) and in the search box type msconfig and hit enter. A system configuration window will pop up. Click on the Startup tab and look down the list of programs for ones that you don't want starting up with the computer. Be careful not un-check any antivirus or the Microsoft Operating system. Click Apply and then OK.
You will be asked to restart the computer so the changes can take effect. Do that and see if the computer is booting into Windows any faster.
I would also recommend that you de-fragment your hard drive by clicking on the Start Menu and in the search box type defrag, look in the list for Defragment your hard drive and click on that. Follow the instructions to defrag the drive.
If you would like to know anything else please post back.
Posted on Jun 13, 2011
SOURCE: sir my inspiron laptop b130,
Max RAM for that system is 2GB
The question is whether there are 500GB hdds for that system. The largest PATA HDD I found was 320 GB
and there is no guarantee the BIOS will recognise a HDD that large as PATA HDDs require BIOS support for the drive size where SATA HDDs will pretty much work.
My recommendation is to retire this system and BUY a new one.
Posted on Sep 11, 2011
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