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Does my clientpro 414 support windows 8?

I would like to know if my Clientpro 414 can hold/support windows 8

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You might be better of getting a newer computer to run windows 8 to get the maximum benefits from it.

Your computer probably has xp on it and although being the benchmark of windows is probably outdated

You must have at least 1GB (DDR) RAM module to run Windows 8 efficiently.

Posted on Dec 31, 2012


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SOURCE: Get My Drivers

The company that built the ClientPro 414 for MPC sold it to several other companies. It is also known as the Mecer Multimedia PC L19IA.

Here are the XP drivers directly from Mecer:

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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SOURCE: How to replace ram in clientPro 414

Back of computer near where keyboard and mouse plug in. Take panel off back, they are just below cooling fans! Please rate me!

Posted on Jul 06, 2009

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SOURCE: I have an MPC Clientpro 414, in 07 I replaced the power supply.

This is most likley a overheating problem. I work for a company who uses 2 of theese computers for each of our almost 600 stores. As one of the facility support guys, I have seen this time after time. What I do is to remove all the access panels from the back of the computer as well as the HDD and optical drive (they both should slide out easily after removing 1 screw each) and blow the entire thing out with a whole can of air. I also remove the HDD from it's sled and blow it off to keep it cool. Put everything back together and you will be good to go again, at least until the backlight inverter burns out. Good luck!

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Try following link, looks executive file but after installation it puts up a shortcut to manual on desktop

Also, can download from

Hope this helps..!

Posted on May 20, 2010

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SOURCE: where is the battery in an MPC ClientPro 414? How

The battery is fairly easy to replace on a CP414, but you need to be careful to avoid breaking the battery socket.

You will need a small Philips-head screw driver (#1, I think) and a small flat-blade screwdriver (for prying). A pair of tweezers will help too.

1. On the back of the system, remove the cable door. It is held in by 1 screw and wraps around the back/bottom of the system.
2. The battery is half-way under the optical drive. The only way to easily remove it is to remove the optical drive.
3. Remove the optical drive. It is held in by 1 screw near the bottom of the system (not the screw in the bottom-right corner of the back of the system, but the one just above that). With the screw removed you can push on the back of the optical drive by reaching in through the cable door you removed in step 1.
4. The battery has a sticker on it that protects it from shorting against the optical drive. This sticker is important, so save it if you can. If you can't save it, use some electrical tape or similar to prevent a short.
5. Peel back the end of the sticker that is closest to the optical drive frame and gently pry back the metal clip that holds the CMOS battery down. It should pop out fairly easily.

When you re-insert a new CMOS battery, make sure you insert the end under the metal clip first and then push down. Also, make sure it is properly aligned or you will probably break the battery socket.

Replacing the battery is much easier if the motherboard is removed first, but removing the motherboard adds about an hour to the whole process. If you want to go down that route, let me know and I'll give you some help.


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How much is clientpro 414 worth?

If this machine is running XP, beware. It is no longer supported, and hackers will be looking for these machines to infect. I recommend you get a newer machine.

Good luck.

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Clientpro 414 won't read a dvd with an iso file.

Judging by this review, your computer possesses a CD drive and NOT a DVD drive.

Your best luck at installing Linux (Good choice for an old computer by the way) would be to use a USB Drive for the installation.

You should find the instructions for creating a USB Drive and for booting from live USB on the website of the Linux distribution you're trying to install.

Good luck!

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Pins in power adaptor will not insert into place where adapter is to plug in

The port of the power adapter for your MPC Computers ClientPro 414 All-In-One PC MUST be the same below


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Where do i get the ethernet driver for my mpc clientpro 414

ClientPro 414 Ethernet Driver >>Click here to download Windows XP Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Integrated 10/100 Fast Ethernet LAN DriverClick here to download Windows XP x64 Edition Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Integrated 10/100 Fast Ethernet LAN Driver

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Where can i get a network driver for a clientpro 414

downlaod this ur LAN drivers

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ClientPro 414 Parts Source

I have many spare parts and memory for ClientPro 414. Please contact me for more info.

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