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OK when you use external modem you have to creat a new net connection. and there you make it default modem. but follow the. 1st uninstall your external modem, restart, then run external modem set up after a while your system ask for modem that time you connect your modem and follow the instruction. then restart your pc. after that create a new connection point for net connecting and make a default with these modem, restart ur system. after that you can connect your net i wish.
Sometimes booting from XP disk wont detect your hard disk,the problem is because the IDE driver which is needed for the identification of the hard disks are not at all avaible with the XP CD. So u have to download the corresponding IDE driver for your hard disk and then u can install that from the floppy drive during the installation . I think on installation XP set up will ask for a driver installation (third party installation). U can do this by using a floppy disk . If the floppy drive is not all available in your laptop then u can use softwares which can mix the IDE driver along with the XP set up U have. A lot of softwares are available for download for this purpose
If you still have the recovery partition on your hard drive, boot whilst holding the f11 key, this will start NEC recovery and will allow you to reinstall the system, drivers included. If not, you'll have to visit: http://www.nec-computers.com.sg/ to download the drivers you need. Good luck!
I think your hard drive which is a SATA drive, needs to be formatted specially for Vista. you need to find out the make and model of your hard drive,and then you can download a hard drive formatting utility program from the hard drive manufacturers website. The hard drive is accessed from under the keyboard on this model.
I suppose the upgrade was a success. Then go to the boot sequence on the bios and set it to the cd rom. but make sure that the cdrom is working fine, meaning try to install it on a differn computer and see if you can play audio cd on it to see if its working or not.