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My first question is it a moen factory dish spray hose for that model? If not and it is a universal type it might not work at all on the moen. If it is a true replacement part then check the threads both on the faucet body and on the hose end to make sure they are not damaged or cross threaded. If the original hose was put in and cross threaded the connection on the faucet body the new hose will probably not screw on. If this is a quick disconnect model make sure that the faucet body connection is clean and place a small amount of faucet lube on the hose connection to help with installation. Sometimes what might happen when replacing a quick connect end is the old hose left bits of O-ring in the faucet connection which will not allow the new end to seat properly.
1. For better compatibility with new hardware, try 5.0.7. for best compatibility, move to 6.0.
2. Look in your CMOS setup for SATA controller options. You must use "Legacy" or "Compatibility" mode.
3. You must use a disk 120gb or smaller. While you can probably install successfully on a larger disk, you will get file and data corruption.
There are other considerations, most of which you can find out about on SCO's website - Support - Knowledgebase.
Take one co-axial cable, and connect the "input" port to your cable-company's wall-port.
Look at the connectors on the back of your TV. You could have:
* coaxial input (lowest video-quality)
* S-Video input (better video-quality)
* component input - three cables for video, two cables for audio (better video-quality)
* HDMI input (highest video-quality)
Look at the connectors on the "output" side of the PVR. You could have:
* coaxial output (lowest video-quality)
* S-Video output (better video-quality)
* component output - three cables for video, two cables for audio (better video-quality)
* HDMI output (highest video-quality)
Connect the "outputs" to the "inputs", using appropriate cables.
Turn the PVR on. Turn the TV on.
Use the "source" button on the TV's remote-control to select from the various inputs
(Coax, S-Video, Component, HDMI1, HDMI2).
If your TV has 'PIP' ("Picture-In-Picture") capability, connect more than one output to a second input, so that both tuners inside your TV will receive a signal.
You have to reinstall your audio driver. Answers to your questions: 1. You can locate it in your Device Manager. Locate and expand Sound,video and game controllers. 2. You don't have to delete legacy drivers because reinstalling your audio driver will update it. Right click your audio software the one you found in the Device Manager and update it. It will find your installation cd of your system drivers. Else, manually install the audio driver.
*Drop me a comment if you still have questions. Your vote will be highly appreciated. Hope this helps you.
I believe your actually in a Temporary User account not a temp OS. The fastest solution is to create a new user account and copy the data out of the old account.
1.Open Control Panel
3. Add new user
4. Copy data from old user account (Found under C:\Documents and Settings\(Your User Name Here)