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Based on your question, you have a few options:
- If your broadband stick came with a self-installation cd, you just have to insert the cd to your pc then wait for the program to respond. Do not plug-in yet the broadband stick unless specified by the cd. The program will give you a step by step procedure on how to install it.
- If in case it does not have its own installation cd, then it will vary on what kind of broadband stick you have for the way to install them will vary. Since I don't know the brand of your broadband stick I'll just provide you basic steps on how to install it.
Plug-in the broadband stick to your pc.
Wait for the program to respond. Once the broadband stick has been detected an install wizard will show up. Just follow the steps on the wizard by clicking next and by accepting the agreement. This will lead you into the part where it would connect your internet and it will tell you if you have successfully installed it.
If it does not respond, you could go to the hard drive and search for your device. Once you found it, open the file, look for install.exe and double click on it. Then follow the same procedure given.
Once your done with the installation wizard, your pc will restart and it will tell you if the broadband has been successfully been installed and if its working properly.
1 Insert your driver disk into the CD/DVD ROM drive. The disk should automatically boot. Then follow the on-screen instructions. This usually entails clicking on "Install" or "Install Sound Driver."
2 Download the sound driver specific to your card and Windows XP. Driver websites include Drivers Kit, XP-Drivers and Driver XP. Locate the make and model of your card. Click on the manufacturer and then select the "Download" link.
3 Double-click on the sound driver. The application will go through a setup process. Follow the on-screen instructions.
1 Click on the "Start" menu. Select "Control Panel," then scroll to "Add Hardware" and click to open. Sometimes, the automatic installation does not work properly. You will then need to install the sound drivers manually.
2 Read and use the "Add Hardware Wizard." Click the "Next" tab. Windows XP will scan your computer for components.
3 Scroll down the list to "Audio Drivers" or "Sound Drivers." Then click "Next." Select the "Finish" tab. Another window will appear.
4 Select the "No, Not This Time" option on the "Hardware Update Wizard." Click "Next." Choose the "Install from a List or Specific Location" button. Then click the "Next" tab again.
5 Place the sound driver disk in the CD/DVD ROM. Point the "Search Option" to your CD/DVD ROM or download folder. Click the "Include This Location to Search" box. Type in the path to your download folder or select the "Browse" option. Search through the computer to choose your download application. Click "Next."
6 Wait until the file installs. This takes approximately two to three minutes. Turn up your speakers and reboot your computer
You can download any/all
the Windows XP or Vista device drivers for your model laptop from the Toshiba
WEB site from their download page. Make sure you enter the model of your laptop
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Your HDD has corrupted. I'd advise you to put your operating cd in cd tray and reboot. once it says boot through CD hit any key on keyboard and follow the wizard for repairing your corrupt operating system. This thing occurs when some virus corrupts your boot.ini or auto.exe. Ignore the repair option when it comes for the first time. type r when it comes for the second time in wizard
Please start the system in safe mode and then try to restore it. If not working then start in safe mode in command prompt and after booting type following commands: cd windows cd system32 cd restore rstrui.exe
And you will be getting the restore wizard and you may restore the system to a back date. If all of above are not working then registryedition will be needed.
The replacement drive is not the same size as the original and the wizard is looking for a drive that size.
There is also a possibility that the error is causes by bad RAM (0A-0543-0000 is a read write error) if you have more than one RAM module try the wizard with one module at a time, see if error is isolated to one or the other module or slot
The Restore CD is dirty/scratched of has a flaw in the original write
The optical drive is defective or dirty
So things you can try:
Clean the media you are trying to restore from.
Clean the optical drive with a drive cleaning CD.
Swap Ram as suggested, replace defective if necessary (OS install is about most RAM intensive process you run on a system)
Try a manual Windows install from a Windows CD not a image restore cd
The fastest and easiest way to find out what is going on is to do this: go to search.microsoft.com; in Search box search for "AutoPlay Repair Wizard". Click download and run..takes about 30 seconds. It will check all of the files and settings for auto play and fix them automatically if needed. If it doesn't find anything then it shows your drives and let's you select the drive you are having problems with, ie. D:>; then you can insert a CD and it will follow it and fix anything that is not working..good utility to have around and its free..if you have any questions let me know.
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im having a wierd problem my toshiba error 03-EEEE-0000 happened right after MYSTICALLY my atheros wireless wouldnt work so i formamtted wen i put in any windows CD it says BAD COMMAND.. same with recovery PLEASE HELP