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Io, you do not give much detail sp this is a little consuded possibly. If you have to change numbers and do not want to borrow somebody elses phone or obtain a Pay As You Go sim and then discard it afterwards making sure you remember your password.If this is a misunderstanding of your situation please add more detail and resubit the query
1 Remove the front panel 2 insert a wide screwdriver in one of the horizontal slots on the metal plate and rock it up and down. This willbreak the seals on the edges. 3 Discard the plate. 4. You can then slide the drive in from the front.
Maybe there's a failure of VGA cable, you can discard this trying with another cable, but if the problem still continues there's an internal failure of monitor (ribbon cables, video processor chip, etc).
What do you mean? Start back to new could mean you want to discard all software you've added since it was brand new. To do this, get ahold of your original Operating System Disk. Do a re-install and format the disk. This will do what you want, I believe.
you should remove your hard drive, which you can use in another pc if you like. There is not much else that you should remove, unless you want an additonal cd or dvd rom drive. other than that, everything else you need will come with your new pc.
Your local city operations dept, or garbage department will have information on how to properly dispose of your pc, there may be a small recycling fee with this though.
Simple, It wouldn't keep any old Windows 95, 98, ME or NT installation floppy disk unless you need them for old device drivers that you still use. I would still keep Windows 2000 or XP installation CD thats for sure.
If you are going to restore with the disks, all the OS updates and programs you have installed will be discarded and you will end up with a disk full of junk. Also, I had one of those dells a few months ago. If you just want to do a clean install, backup your data and re-install the OS (windows, I guess), but before you do that, go to Dell's site, and download the drivers for your OS. I believe there isn't anything absolutely necessary you can not get there.