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Hard network i have some little bit doubt whole motherboard and how is contacting with each other proseger

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Re: hard network


networking you need nerworking cables which connect into the slots on the back of the motherboard the plugs for the network cables look exactly like those of a telephone cable and thus the plug female slots on the motherboard look like those on the telephone box. Plug these cables connecting the PCs you wish to network . secondly, you need network drivers for your motherboard you can download these from the manufacturers site. you should now be set to go depending on whether your drivers and Hardware is compatible with your Operating system

Let me know how you do (Networking can get complicated take it step-by-step and let me knwo if you have more questions)

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You can have your files moved from the old hard drive to the new laptop by a professional or you can do it yourself if you aren't a complete dummy with computers.

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click start run type cmd then type chkdsk/r/f which will scan for and attempt to repair any bad sectors and automatically fix any corrupt files on your hard drive then defragment your hard drive
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Usually, this requires a little bit more info...
On motherboards these days you have different types of connections
Each has it own specifications...
Provide Operating sytem
Provide drive make and capacity
specify drive type
please tell what drive is for (replace original, or used as a backup)
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My motherboard does not work in my cabinet but if i put it out it works if you have any solution then please help my if you can thank

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