I have just bought an asus eee 4g, how do i load my windows office from dvd onto the laptop, which external cd/dvd do i need, they say all windows comp, is the linux system going to work these external drives?
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Re: help with setting us ASUS EEE
In laptop dvd-rom/rw will there from that you can install microsoft office external drive will work on linux operating system also maximum drives will detect some drives will not detect ask before purchasing the drive if it compitable to linux
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I think on this model you should go into "settings" and configure the screen "sleep" option.press power button for more than 5 sec's to see if you can boot it back to life--failing that youll have to re-instal OS from an external dvd/cd rom etc--good luck!
first, check if the hard drive is detected on bios. if it's not then try reseating it. restart computer and enter advanced boot options (by pressing f8 upon restarting). select last known good configuration then press enter, if it still doesnt load windows, restart system and enter advanced boot options again and select safe mode. if it still doesnt boot then you need to reinstall windows.
you will need to get an external cd/dvd rom in order to reinstall windows.
you can try copying the windows disc content onto a flash drive and boot from it but that method is not guaranteed.
you have to fix error on harddisk. If you have winrecovery disk you can boot your computer with winxp recovery disk then boot computer with recovery disk then type in recovery console prompt "chkdsk /r" then pres "y" then it fix error on harddisk.
this could be any number of things, but a good thing to try is downloading winsock from microsoft's web site and running it on your laptop. It is an internet setting reset utility that should put all your settings back to default.
You need to buy an external DVD RW, you will be able to watch and record DVD and CDs on your Eee. Here is a lelection, they start from $40 Cheap ones are usually big, probably bigger than your Eee, here are a couple of nice pocket model