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Apm bios not found and other issues with linspire

When i ran a redect report i was able to notice the following
XML Parcing : no element not found
error saying could not start Jack server
apm bios not found
is there a command i can use to restore my microtel pc that is hardly running , its a linspire 5.0.59 OS and would the restoration fix all the problems, i did try to download the unbutu about two weeke ago as per suggested here on this site but things got worse and i cannot afford to get the premium service due to money shortage any suggestions ?

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I ran driver detective to update my gateway notebook drivers to have sound,but no luck doing that.It say that i should i should put in the registry key for driver detective.Where is the registry key located or how do i obtain it?

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Won't start up


Wont starup? is a generic question and have a million answers...
but, basic reason wont start can be:
1) Bad hard Drive, or is not setup for 34 bit access on BIOS.
2) Virus
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other than this, reinstall the OS, or change de HARD DRIVE.
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How to install windows 2000 instead of linspire 5.0.59


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Feb 10, 2009 | Linspire Five-0 for Linux

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IDE-disk not found on linspire5.0.59


Linspire may have caused you to get a hard drive failure possibly. It may have one of the Linux bugs where it does hard drive seeks way too often and causes it to die out faster. These seem like the symptoms of a dieing hard drive.

Feb 01, 2009 | Linspire Five-0 for Linux

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Is there a free virus scan and clean for the linspire 5 .0 ,


If its four year old , maybe the anti virus protection you already had on it , would have expired.

You can download or run free antivirus scans from the following websites

http://www.kaspersky.com/virusscanner

http://free.avg.com/



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Jan 21, 2009 | Linspire Five-0 for Linux

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Jan 20, 2009 | Linspire Five-0 for Linux

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check your VG adapter if it is properly installed. if it is onboard VGA install it by inserting your CD Driver to the CD ROM then follow the instruction the pop.up on the screen of your compouter. the same with if your VGA is not onboard you muyst chekc if it is properly installed.

Jan 03, 2009 | Linspire Five-0 for Linux

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PROBLEM: During Windows installation the system displays a blue error screen reporting that the BIOS is not suitable for use with ACPI.

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If your system reports this error then reboot it and wait for the prompt about pressing F6 (to use other mass storage devices). At this point press F7 (not F6) so that setup will install APM power management in place of ACPI power management. Installation should then continue to completion successfully.


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