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Contact the supplier, it is their problem, If the laptop a/v was included as an inducement to buy, which is almost certainly the case, it may be considered to form part of the contract . This makes the issue the suppliers responsibility. If they sold it to you with that assurance it is possible they have information relation to how the AV can be managed, contacting them should be your first step.
1. What should I buy? Branded or non branded computer. Branded
computers are known as quality products. They are manufactured under
certain standards and quality control methods. But the disadvantage is
the high price. In the other hand non branded PCs are low in price but
cannot guarantee the quality. Whether if you buy branded or non branded
following details will be help you to make a decision easily.
consider this as the most important of all computer buying tips. Every
new computer should carry minimum 1 year warranty for parts and labor.
Please check the warranty period and conditions carefully before
purchasing a computer. Some suppliers provide additional years of
warranty with an additional charge. My personal advise is to go for
this extended warranty. Its worth.
buy from a reputed supplier. Don't buy from small shops just to save
few dollars. Most of small computer shops are using cheap quality
parts. Also you will be in trouble in getting warranty if they close
down shops within one year.
4. Software license
may get operating system and few additional software packages free with
your computer. Please check whether they are licensed copies and you
should get all documents related to license.
5. System configuration
Think what kind of work you are going to do with your computer. Most of the users are purchasing computers to browse Internet. Then an average PC with 256MB memory, Pentium IV
CPU, 64MG graphic card, 20GB Hard drive will be enough. But if you are
going to use powerful games etc then go for 1 GB memory, 128MB or more
VGA, 88GB + HDD
6. Internet / Networking
How are you connecting to the Internet? If you're using a high speed Internet connection, such as cable broadband or DSL, you'll want to make sure you have a network card built into your system. If you have a wireless network at home or at
the office, save money and installation time by buying the wireless
card built right into the computer.
have different sizes and types such as 17", 21", flat screen etc. Don't
go for 21" screen unless you are a graphic designer or CAD operator.
The price difference between 17" to 21" is very high. Flat (slim)
monitors are easy to use and looks good. Don’t throw away your monitor
if it's still working properly. Instead, keep it and save a chunk of
money by just replacing your old CPU [computer tower]. Monitors last
much longer than CPUs and the technology is usually compatible between
your old monitor and the new CPU. However, if you’re dissatisfied, then
monitors, keyboards and mouse are the three tools to spend extra money
on, since you use them every day!
The answer to your question will depend on what expansion slots your new Acer desktop computer has and whether one of these will match the specific 'half mini PCI-e' card which is used in the Dell Optiplex 160L per http://www.dell.com/uk/business/p/optiplex-160/pd which states it is an Optional Dell Wireless 1397
802.11BG Half Mini-PCIe card. You will also need to obtain the device drivers for this wireless card in order to use it in the Acer. Given that the Dell wireless card is only an 11/54MB standard card (802.11BG) I would recommend buying a newer 802.11N wireless card which will be sold with the necessary device driver and software applications needed, will give higher speed connectivity access and be much simpler to install and manage.
If you want to buy a desktop best option will be dell or hp. go on www.dell.co.in www.hp.co.in
but in my opinion assembling a desktop will be cheap and more user friendily than purchasing a branded. if you want tips mail me.
After installing a new hard drive you need to reinstall device drivers for sound and more peripherals. If your computer is a laptop or a brand PC post make and model, for explample Dell optiplex 120. If computer is assembled you will need to access the motherboard and post here the code number printed on the motherboard and on all device cards.