Re: the mouse on my inspiron 1505 doesnt click on like it...
Pleae update the chipset and the touchpad driver and restart the system. After the touchpad driver is installed look for the utility under mouse properties in control panel. Then get into the utility and select the option where you can disable the touchpad when external mouse connected.
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To fix the problem when your loading thing doesnt load fully, and it comes up with an error message, you need to follow these instructions.
a)Save your petz to a flash drive, or CD or floppy disk. NOT to the computor as they will get deleted. (this step is only if you want to keep your petz)
b) Uninstall and click "No" to "Do you want to save your petz?"
c) Install again.
d)Put your petz back on your game, by putting the Flash Drive/floppy/CD into the computor and copying the petz files into the petz folder. (if you kept your petz)
e) Play the game from My Computor, Petz 5, Play.
You will need to have the disk in whenever you want to play for e) to work.
If this doesnt work, ith saving your petz, skip steps a), and d).
Hope this tip helps. :D
if the freezing only happens when playing videos then this is not hard drive issues. try this one, download the latest video driver for you video then remove the old one then install the new video card driver which you just download. if fails try to check and consider the ram issue.
Hi there. I'm sorry to say that error code 1000-0146 means that the hard drive is failing and it can go at anytime, get yourself a USB mouse and start the computer up, the operating system should recognize the mouse and install the drivers (it may take a couple of minutes so be patient), as soon as the mouse is installed it is imperative that you back up all of your data, either to an external drive or CD/DVD. Then you have to purchase another dive of if you have any warranty on the laptop send it in for Dell to repair. If you are out of warranty and need instruction on how to install a new drive please feel free to post back.
It could be a couple of things, but it seems most likely that it is the RAM Memory that is causing this. You might need to add more. I have seen this before with one of my customers, we upgraded his ram from 1.5 to 2 gbs, and his games/windows no longer crashed