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Am 81. Not computer savvy. Do e-mails and genealogy. Had XP, but now Windows 7. What laptop is best for an older, limited user. Have genealogy saved on 3.1 inch disks and FamilyTreeMaker progra


If you have Win7 Ultimate and access to an external floppy drive, it is possible, with some reconfiguration, to run Win7 Ultimate in XP mode. You need to employ the assistance of a computer savvy tech. It is not the easiest thing to set up and will not work on any other Win7 OS.

Jan 24, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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How do I replace win 8.1 with win 7 enterprise


If you have the Win7 software discs and the product key you should be OK. I'd backup all of your data, then using the Win7 disc, full format the drive and install Win7. Be sure your BIOS is set to boot from the CD/DVD ROM.

Apr 30, 2014 | Dell Inspiron 1420 1520 1521 1525 1526...

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Can I boot from a SATA drive and access pre-existing SCSI Drives?


You need to install the driver of your scsi controller for win7/64. Then you'll see your datas on win7.

Jul 08, 2012 | Dell Precision Workstation 670 PC Desktop

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My volume and av mode touch pad do not work after i format and upgrade my laptop to window 7, vgn cs-16g


you will need the soundcard driver for Win7...for that you need to know the sound chip of the motherboard....if you Win7 is not original you can try the WinXP soundcard driver that came with your PC / motherboard

the best is to ....
if your Win7 is a valid original copy....!!!
go to MS website and register your Win7 copy and do an update....
the auto update will download the driver and install it

reg
kris
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May 08, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to install the epson stylus TX100 scanner to my computer?


What OS does your computer have? Go to the Epson support site and download the software for your OS: http://tech.epson.com.au/downloads/category.asp?sCategory=Multi_Functional&id=StylusTX100&EmailAdd=&CanEmail=&SelOS=Y&MetricIDReturned=4036965&sCategory1=Multi_Functional and use the drop down menu to choose your OS. (With Windows 7, I know that the drivers are included in the OS so you can skip this step.)

For best results use a direct connection, with a USB cable that is 6' long or shorter.

Install the full software if it is available for your OS. Then when prompted to do so, make sure the printer is on and connect the USB cable between the printer and the computer. If needed, restart the computer.

In the case of Win7 or any other OS with these drivers included, just set up the printer and plug in the data cable. However, if the drivers are not included in the OS, then the printer may work after plugging in the data cable but the scanner probably won't. In that case, uninstall the generic driver, unplug the data cable. Then reboot the computer and install the one from the Epson site.

See the Epson support site for using the printer's software package. Please note that the buttons on the front of the unit will not work for initiating actions on the computer unless the full software is installed. Thus for Windows 7, you will need to launch your scans from the computer. Paint, Windows Fax and Scan and Photo Gallery (in Live Essentials) all can acquire scans. Some of these programs are also available for and will acquire scans in XP and Vista. (Paint is in XP, Vista and Win7; Photo Gallery comes with Vista and is available for XP and Win7; Fax and Scan is in some versions of Vista.)

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Mar 16, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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I have 3 PC and a laptop. I have been using Zip 100 disks to save data and move it between them. My oldest, a Win95 machine can be revised as a Win98SE but it will lose all data in the process. Currently...


Hi mattbarrett2 !
Hi , I was in a similar situation a while ago , meaning I needed to back up a Win95 HDD .
I succeeded by taking the drive out of the desktop and connecting it to a win 7 pc . I first tried by putting the drive in a external USB box and connecting it to the Win7 machine . It was a Quantum drive . The pc recognized the drive in the Device Manager but I couldn' access the data in " My Computer " . Then , I connected the Quantum inside my Win7 machine , directly to the IDE port but not using the power plug yet . I booted the computer , waited for Win 7 to be settled and connected the Quantum to the power plug and it worked . I was able to transfer the full content
( 1 GB , ha ha ! ) on a dvdrom and format the Quantum afterwards . I didn't need it anymore but I could have easily placed it back into the Win95 unit and install a new supported OS on it .
Maybe this will help you ?
Best regards ,
fanaudi .

Feb 26, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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I BOUGHT TOSHIBA SATELLITE A-100---234 FROM SAUDIARB WITH WINDOWS XP,,,,,,,I CHANG ITS WITH WINDOW7 AND NOW SOUND QUALITY IS REALLY BAD PL. HELP ME


Win7 does not come will all rquired drivers as XP did
you need to register with MS wesbite and make your copy of Win7 legal only after authentication they will allow you update your copy of Win7...after all updatesa are loaded the system works perfectly
So if your Win7 copy is a leagal one go and register in MS webiste and download all updates...
all the best
Reg
Kris

Feb 08, 2011 | Toshiba Satellite L455D-S5976 Notebook

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I have an issue with my Flatron the colors are different, what do i have to do. Im using windows 7


Win7 is still not fully compatible with many of the exisiting Hardwares....as most of them are old HWs that were mfgd some years ago, it will take a lot of time for Win7 to be fully compatible....
for most HWs it may require a new driver but many mfgrs are not making any new drivers as they plan to mfg new HWs for compatible with Win7.....
the best option is to have dual boot of both XP(C:) and Win7(D:)
that way...you always have the trusted XP to fall back if any issue with Win7...i am having dual boot....

May 05, 2010 | LG Flatron L1718S LCD Monitor

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The os win7 is not compactible with my softwares


many softwares are still not compatible with Win7....
so the best is to have 3 partitions and use one partition for you safe keep of data and the rest of the 2 partition for XP and Win7...multi-boot....kee using Xp with the current softwares and have win7 for the fun of having it...and keep adding the softwares to Win7 as they keep comming up...
C: XP
D: Win7
E: your critical Data
F: CD/DVD drive
and etc

Apr 27, 2010 | Compaq Presario Notebook

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I can't load Windows XP. Get this error with BLUE SCREEN of DEATH IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL I had windows 7 on it but not all of my devices would work. Win-7 loaded with no problem . So I put XP in format and...


Good day!That error used to be a non compatible with the hardware.I don't know this board,but i'll based my idea on your trouble..Mostly new hardwares today don't accept XP OS..Try to look the Motherboard's features..see if it is compatible with XP..

Ask me if you still don't get what I mean..
mastergani

Mar 21, 2010 | Intel DP45SG Motherboard

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