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Realtec is mainly sound and network, if it says cable unplugged it's likely the network. The antenna for wireless is usually embedded in the screen part so it could be that unplugged.
Posted on May 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Checl all internal cable connections (unplug-plug
Check all internal cable connection to be correct, start and observe messages to see if your HDD is recognized by bios and memory test is ok.
If problem remains try to boot from CD with original operating system disk in CDROM.
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
it's in the bios, hit F2 when it's booting, and go to drives, and set it from there..you will see them..you may need to turn them off, and then restart, then F2 again, and then turn them back on.
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Posted on Mar 13, 2008
on boot into post select F10 enter the bios - correct boot order to dvd 1st hdd 2nd and fdd as 3rd boot devices - highlight network boot and hit enter then disable boot from network the hit F10 to save and exit unit will boot from dvd unit with recovery dvd disc installed
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
Look on the back edge of your old HDD where all the gold pins are and on one side there is a group of 4 pins in two rows of two... and see if there is a tiny jumper installed across two of them (white or black about 1/8" tall and 1/16th wide).
Now look on the new HDD and see if there is one there. The NEW HDD must be set up exactly like the OLD one or it won't be detected by BIOS or Windows.
I am beginning to think your LT has the CD as MASTER and the HDD as SLAVE, which may require adding or removing a jumper. Some new ones come with, some without ;-) I didn't think of this earlier
Check that. Email me the result
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
You've probably got to have your computer configured to boot from a rescue CD before it can recognize and install the new harddrive. Also make sure that there is an operating system installed on the hard drive . If not it will not do anything until you install one. This will be automatic if you install a new XP or Vista DVD into the computer's DVD drive the reboot.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
Testimonial: "I'll go out to Toshiba and get a rescue disk. FYI:I booted up with an XP disk to try to load the OS, but keep getting the blue screen"
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