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May not be a hardware problem. try two things: first, in Windows, open Network connections and check to make sure that the LAN is enabled; I have seen it accidentally disabled. Second, make sure that it is enabled in the BIOS. to do that, press F2 repeatedly when booting. The BIOS setup screen will appear; you are looking for 'Onboard Devices'; highlight and hit Enter to expand. Arrow down to Integrated NIC and make sure that it is enabled. Once it is enabled, press ESC and 'Save and Exit' to boot again. If neither of these will work, you MAY have to look into an add-on card; however, having the onboard NIC fail is very rare. It is built into the motherboard, so you cannot simply replace it.
This issue may can be of Nero means product of DVD wrighter, Now you should uninstall the nero from Add or Remove programe also remove from registry and again install Nero after completing this process you should try for wrighting DVD.
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SInce SharePoint Services 3.0 and SharePoint Server 2007 does require a server interface to run the collaboration tools you are unfortunately stuck with running it on server software. But all is not doom and gloom as there is an option for you to run Microsoft's Virtual PC. Here is an article on how it works from Microsoft. (http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/Help/97a74f0e-798d-45ff-b9bf-7feed68c40e51033.mspx) . This allows you to not ony run your native Operating system, but also run SharePoint on th esame machine in a virtual environment.
The Inspiron 1720 &1721 series was released more than a year ago and is no longer available new, only refurbished. The comparbable machines currently on the market is the Inspiron 1525 & 1526 series. The 1525 &1526 series are comparable in price and specs, and the specs are a little better as far as graphics and sound cards. The 1730 series is still available, but it has a price of approx $2500. Hope this helps. If you have any more questions feel free to ask.