Re: I HAVE A PANASONIC LAPTOP ,CF-X1 ineed some drivers...
Ho ricevuto in regalo un laptop Panasonic cf x1 in versione inglese. Ho formattato il disco installando Windows XP home edition ma ora non riesco ad installare i driver della scheda e varie periferiche. Chi fosse in possesso di tali driver può fare in modo di farmeli installare. Inoltre la scheda di rete di questo laptop dove si trova.
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This is the way in which the BIOS of the laptop is telling you that it can't find Windows - it has been completely corrupted.
There is only one single thing left to do - reinstall it using the recovery cd that came with the laptop when you bought it. If the problem returns quickly then the corruption was caused by a failing hard disk - replace the disk and reinstall one more time.
These are the minimum requirements for basic functionality. Actual
requirements vary, depending on the system configuration and the
programs and features that you choose to install. If you are installing
Windows XP over a network, you may need additional available hard-disk
The minimum hardware requirements for Windows XP Home Edition are:
Pentium 233-megahertz (MHz) processor or faster (300 MHz is recommended)
At least 64 megabytes (MB) of RAM (128 MB is recommended)
At least 1.5 gigabytes (GB) of available space on the hard disk
CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive
Keyboard and a Microsoft Mouse or some other compatible pointing device
Video adapter and monitor with Super VGA (800 x 600)or higher resolution
Speakers or headphones
And from what I have seen (THANK YOU for the model #) your system SHOULD be able to run it at bare minimum.
go to the library or anywhere you can connect to the internet with your laptop and check automatic updates.if you right click my computer and go to hardware ==device manager and look for any yellow symbols.automatic update will get the drivers for you. if not get the model and manufactuer and google it up.once you download the drivers you can put them on a flash drive ,cd .when you installed windows a driver should have been installed for it.also make sure that there isn't a x over anything if so right click on it and click enable.if any more questions email me at email@example.com and see what i can do
Just get a basic 56k modem card with driver, get it working (by properly installing the driver) and you have dial up. Or get a network card with an RJ-45 port with software driver, install/configure it and hook it up to your dsl modem or networking hub. Don't expect too much though, CF-25's were generally 100-120 mhz Pentiums. Not really what I would use for the internet. Too slow for an antivirus program these days. Most computers get infected sooner or later with no protection and then you're trying to fix that. A pentium 3 would be a much better laptop for internet.
This is a tough one. With some machines there is a language select in the bios, you will need a translator to change it (if you don't speak Japanees), and other machines use a language chip that is built into the motherboard, this chip is basically non removable, it's easier to replace the motherboard. Contact Panasonic support, they will be able to tell you if there is a language select or language chip. If there is a language select they may be able to walk you through the process of changing it without needing a translator.
It could be a software or driver issue. First try updating the drivers for the drive, and try either using different burning software or uninstalling & reloading your current software. I had a cf72 with a DVD/CD combo drive that the DVD reader went out. This could also be the issue, if so you'll need to replace it in order to burn CD's.
233 MHz CPU *
64 MB of RAM (may limit performance and some features) *
1.5 GB of available hard disk space *
Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher-resolution video adapter and monitor
CD-ROM or DVD drive
Keyboard and Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device