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unplug power cod, open computer Cabinet panel, remove cmos for 2 min and reinsert cmos,
wipe graphics card socket, reinsert graphics card, TURN on computer, press f2 to load default setting
you do not need to disable onboard graphics. in bios, some bios default configure your graphics card to primary
Terrible sequence. You should load windows on the old bios the flash the new bios.
Did the windows installation complete? What keeps restarting the windows installation or the boot process?
If the boot process keeps restarting try running the check disk utility.
To run the check disk utility you will need a repair disc ora operating system disc. Put the disc in the cd drive and boot fromit. You want to get to the Dos Command Prompt (Black screen with whiteletters) and type the following command: chkdsk /r Check disk will run well over an hour or two and you will notice thepercentages going from high to low, this is normal. Let it run tocompletion. Then reboot machine.
If check disk fails to solve your problem you might have to reinstall windows.Try doing a Repair Install that way you don't loose your data, documents,music, pictures, videos or programs.
In windows xp you get to the dos command prompt by selecting R for repair whenthe options appear.
In Vista and Windows 7 you want to get to the recoveryconsole and look down at the bottom of the window for the Dos Command.
Download this driver to your tablet and then run the software and DO NOT plug in printer untill it says it cant find the printer, or to makesure it is plugged in and turned on.when you get this error then and ONLY then plug your printer in with the USB cord and then the installation should continue hope this helps
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Go to http://pclinuxos.com and download the iso for their Linux Live-Cd. Burn that iso to a disk, boot from it and copy all your data.
Once you have done that you can either install that Linux or reinstall Windows using a generic install disk you can find on the internet and your key. You could try to Repair your OS but since the registry is corrupted it's not worth the effort - it would take longer and it would be less reliable than a simple clean install.
Backup all data from your hard drive to another hard drive or CDs or DVDs.
Turn off your computer.
Insert the USB drive to a USB port.
Turn on your computer.
Hit the F8 key when prompted to get to your system bios. Some computers required the Delete key or F2 instead of F8. There should be a note on the screen that specifies the key.
Navigate your bios (usually using your cursor keys) to boot from CD drive first. Save and exit.
Insert your operating system disc aka Operating System Restore disc. Your computer should restart. If not, restart it yourself.
Follow the instructions for installing your operating system. When the option to select which drives to format comes, you should be able to see your USB disk in the list.
Format the disk with FAT32 for Win98 or previous. Format with NTFS for anything after e.g. NT, 2000, XP etc.
Depending on your options, you may be able to opt out of the operating system install at this point. If it was running well beforehand and you can, leave your other drives alone and quit the re-installation.
Reset the computer to boot from the disc drive the operating system is on instead of the CD drive as before. You should have your working flash drive detecting and usable now in windows.
If you didn't get the option to opt out of the re-installation, continue to follow the instructions onscreen and complete the re-installation, formatting whatever drives are required. Note: Do not try to install your operating system onto your USB disk drive. Also be cautious when formatting to keep in mind all data could be lost.
You can go to the website to download the install disc here is the link and the instructions. If that doesn't work I would assume the cam is not compatible with vista. http://www.manhattan-support.com/driver-multimedia.shtml#460064
Make sure that the USB web camera is physically
disconnected from your computer.
Driver CD into cd-rom drive and allow
autorun menu to appear.
Proceed with installation by explicitly following
steps 1 through 3 of the autorun installation menu, restarting where
Connect the USB Web Camera to your PC.
Allow time for Camera drivers to be detected and
installed. Ignore all Windows logo certification (or similar)
messages and proceed with installation.
Click on Windows Start Menu and execute the Pharoah Eye software
Note: make sure it is unplugged before you begin installation. Good luck, Lee
Have you run the installation disc of your netgear ? if yes and still it says driver not found you have to run the disc again because drivers are the software of your netgear unintallv and reinstall the netgear software it will reinstall the drivers...
The tomtom GO 300 does not need an installation disk. It has firmware ( thats a sort of pre-installed software ) that is put on it at the tomtom factory. If the firmware has become corrupted it can be reinstalled or "updated" by logging on here > http://www.tomtom.com/plus/service.php?ID=17 then click the DOWNLOAD TOMTOM HOME Link. Then connect your tomtom to your computer with a USB lead. Run the TomTom-Home software you downloaded and select "UPDATE MY PRODUCT" . After that , if you don't already have one you will need a valid SD card for your tomtom containing the maps for your country and some other activation codes which you get when you purchase maps from tomtom.