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Re: there is no sound drive cd in the box
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Hi, If you bought the netbook brand new then in the box you should have a Windows XP Home install disk. Now because you have not got an optical drive (CD/DVD) in the computer you will need to get yourself an external CD/DVD drive and connect it up to the computer. Pop the disk in the drive and restart your computer. Hit F12 as the computer starts up and select the external drive as the first boot drive. Then you can proceed to re-format and reinstall the operating system.
If your computer has Linux as the operating system you should have a Ubuntu install disk in the box. If you don't you can download the disk free, you are just going to have to use another computer to download Ubuntu and burn it to a disk. Just follow the instruction to boot from the external CD/DVD drive to install it. Get Ubuntu here >>>>>>
hi im josh in cebu phils. friend to activate your sound. if you the cd on the motherboard install it. or if you are using audio card or sound card still install the cd.but if you have installed and nthing happened. install it manualy. go to the my computer icon then device manager then as viewed locate the sound card incon right click then update the driver if location box appeared locate the driver been installed on drive c and run it. it will installed and your problem be solved. good luck.
the Quick verse 7 was made only for 95 98 2000 and XP but you can try this method on how to install the QV 7 on winXP sp3
"Install QuickVerse Essentials version 7 on WinXP w/sp3
QuickVerse version 7 Essentials CD into optical drive & close tray.
This begins the auto run / install process. (Please do not remove CD
until right at the end!)
Installation menus appear. Accept the defaults and choose “Typical Installation” (85Mb)
box appears at the end of the installation: “QuickVerse installation
has encountered a problem and needs to close” Choose “Don’t Send” The
installation program exits.
Navigate to: Start Button / All
Programs / Parsons / QuickVerse 7 / (from drop down list) find
“QuickVerse 7.0” and right click on it. Select “Send To Desktop”
Click on the new QuickVerse 7.0 desktop icon to run the program.
Box appears, “The librarian datafile library.mdb not found etc…” Select
“New” / "Open Book" dialog box appears click on “Close”
QuickVerse 7.0 running go to File / Add Books. “Registration Guide –
Introduction” box appears. Choose “Next” The path to the new collection
to register should identify the optical drive (with the QuickVerse CD
already inserted) Choose “Next”, “Next” and “Finish” ("Registering STEP
Books" msg box appears)
Customize Option: select “No” (default) then “OK”
Go to File / Library management. “Library Management – Maintenance” box appears The Left Hand (LH) pane shows: Default Drive QuickVerse Essentials
QV Essentials in the LH pane. The RH pane shows all the books present
on the CD. I chose to install only the NRSV w/Apocrypha book. Drag and
drop this book to the LH pane i.e. Default Drive.
“Transferring Book Files” msg box appears whilst the book is being copied from the CD to the hd.
Close the dialog, exit the program, remove the CD and you’re away…"