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Remove Cmos (watch battery) from the computer for 10-30 seconds. This may be as easy as disconnecting the two wire connector that hooks into the motherboard, or as i stated before, remove the Cmos battery from the enclosure. Good Luck
You can download the drivers for your model laptop from this WEB site. Make sure you select the correct drivers that match theversion of Windows that is installed on the laptop. You can download the drivers from this site: - www.notebook-driver.com/lg/lg-notebook-lm40lm50-driver/
plase make sure in ur mind without dvd also ur lg ls50 is worthy.
if ur despose it then there is no resale value will be but if u give to any cherity. if it is good then cherity trust will give u blessings.
it will be help ful for cheritable trust.. so please don't scrabe it donate it to charity trust.. hero302
There is a light on the dvd drive does this flicker when the computer is booting up?
The cable may have come unattached?
Normally winxp recognises any dvd hardware falty or not.
You might need to get inside it and look!!!
If you used restore disks from the manufacture it would include things like drivers. However if you used an off the shelf xp disk it wouldn't and you would have to find drivers from Microsoft or the manufacture. It sounds like you are missing the drivers, but to double check do this: right click on my computer select properties click the hardware tab and then the button at the top device manager. If you see some yellow exclamation marks or some red 'x's you are missing the drivers. And if control panel says there is no device your missing the drivers. It seems as though LG doesn't offer any support for this model on their site so you need the drivers from another source try a Google search or go to a web site called driveragent.com they have tons of drivers but it does cost money to get them from there.
LG does not post their service manuals on the internet so it will be more difficult.
Make sure that you have removed all screws from the monitor, some may be covered by rubber stoppers, pry them apart on your damaged laptop.
It may help to follow this step by step for a dell, not that it will be the same but it will give you a guideline of how to handle the parts and the precautions to take