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Problem to install windowxp

When i install any os, its cannot install properly i thought it a problem of RAM or harddisk i change it but the problem be same please help me

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Win XP can't install in an SATA disk, it lacks the correct drivers. You can install it if you can load the correct/personalized driver during install when notified.
Otherwise go into the MB's BIOS and set the SATA chip to work as an ATA one. You can configure it later if you want a very small to non detectable  HD speed increase.

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My laptop become very slow ...its 1 gb ram and 160 gb harddisk .... which os i should install please advise


You need to upgrad the amount of RAM.
The 4720 notebook is capable of running up to 4GB or ram on 32bit windows 7 OS

The OS requires 1GB of RAM to run.....

Therefore, you only have enough RAM to run window, and no spare ram that should be dedicated to the graphics and other system operations.

Action needed:
Buy 2x 2GB sticks of Kingston ValueRam and run the laptop on 4GB. It will be much faster than what is needed and should provide fast computer responce.

Cheers.

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My ibm thinkpad t23 will not go pass blue windowxp screen need help


There are many possible reasons for a blue screen at windows xp.the most likely ones are:damaged windows instalation - in which case you will need to reinstall windows.damaged physical drive - in which case you would need to get a new hard drivethe OS cannot access memory - could be RAM memory or HDD.
I'm guessing you would just need to re-install the windows. You are most likely to lose all data.

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Harddisk doesn't appear in the list of intel


The computer is not getting pass the POST (power on self test) and therefore the hard disk information doesn't appear and the computer won't boot up.
The problem is with your RAM modules, your motherboard uses interleaved memory, it requires two identical RAM modules (a pair of RAM modules) to be inserted into the motherboard memory slots. These slots are color coded and the RAM modules MUST be inserted into the RAM slots with the same color.

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Swaping hdd 845 motherboard to 915 motherboard


its always safe to have data backed up

u can swap the HDD

but bootup with the Win2K CD in the Drive and after the files are loaded at the first screen select install then after it detects the OS select R (Repair) and this will reinstall the operating system files and then you can use the system as before though u may have to install the device drivers and motherboard drivers

for any other clarifications u can place a comment in the same question or u can mail me at mail2pvs@gmail.com

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I got beeps on my pc


1 Long beep and 2 Short is Graphics related.

Change GFX card if PCI/AGP
or if onboard install a GFX card and see what happens (with RAM and CPU reinstalled)

if it still bleeps with new card then remove power from PSU, remove BIOS batt and wait 10 mins (or do the bios jumper trick)
(still with new card installed)


just a thought... its always best to remove Data cables from board aswell as power from the devices (hdd,odd etc)

let me know how you get on...
Matt

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Installation problem for windowxp


You may not have enough space on your hard-drive/s.

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