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If you are running vista or xp here is what you do. If you can't find
the model number anywhere on the computer. You go to Start, Programs,
Accessories, System tools and then System Information. It should be the
7th or so line down and that will show your model number. If you have
anymore questions let me know.
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
There should be a small tag on back of your machine that says what the model number is. Usually a letter with four number or more. Just look for serial or model numbers.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
Its somewhere in the pc case, look front, top, bottom, back. and sides.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is most likely a power supply problem. sometimes a power surge will cause failure, even when the computer is not turned on. You can replace the whole power supply, or you could check the fuse that is inside the power supply first. on rare occasions the fuse will be the only thing blown, but that doesn't happen often.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
hope youre not trying to install it using the old serial number on the sticker on your case? It should have come with a new serial number to install. You also have to have XP or Vista to perform an upgrade otherwise you need a full installation CD.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
Yes. I am currently updating an Acer Aspire L310 (lunchbox format) desktop.
Many of the drivers are contained on the XP installation disk and will automatically be installed when you install XP.
Assuming your L310 has the same hardware (may not), you can use the following Hardware detail to locate the drivers by typing in the hardware model into a search engine like Bing.
NIC - Marvell Yukon 88e8056 PCI-e GB; this driver can be downloaded from www.cnet.com. On this website, just type in the model info and it will direct you to the driver download.
Wireless NIC - Broadcom 802.11g; download from www.cnet.com
Display/motherboard chipset - Once you have installed XP and the NIC driver, go to www.intel.com and click on the "downloads/support" option. The website provides an autodetect utility that will identify your hardware and provide updated drivers.
Audio - go to Realtek website and select "downloads". Download/install the high definition audio driver for XP.
Once you are up and running with XP, run the Microsoft Windows Update utility and it will find updates for many of the essential drivers.
...hope this info helps
Posted on May 27, 2010
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