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This machine have an IGP video solution, an integrated graphic chip, therefore you can replace it. But you can ad one graphic chard, a very cheap one, if you use this machine only for internet browsing and office activities and light video activities.. You have an PCI Express X 16 slot free on your computers motherboard. But first check the functionality of our computer using some other video card, maybe borrowed from a friend. I can suggest something like ATI Radeon HD 4350 to HD4650 or ATI Radeon HD 5450 to HD 5570. Those entry level graphic cards have HDMI output also. You have an old system, maybe is not the IGP the only problem. Don't' get any more powerful card as you have a lesser capable power supplier. Have a nice day.
Open cpu cabinet and Refix RAM some times bootable files not load on ram properly so this error comes. So refix RAM memory clean dust from circuit and RAM . Also pull cmos cell from motherbord for 5 minutes so all settings are defaults then check.
There are some loos cables. Try unseating the RAM, clean it & put it back. Check that all power and IDE cable along with the 24 power pin is snug tight. Reboot and try to enter BIOS. Set evrything to default and try to boot in safe mode and then "last when it worked best". That should do it, else try booting from CD and repair the OS......sodeep
Hi, regardless of the amount of users on the pc, the virus is resident in the pc, not a persons profile. Bad news is the only way of 100% resolving this is by a fresh install of the operating system. Place the operating disk in the cd drive, shut down and reboot, click fresh install from the options that are presented to you.
you can often fix it right back up using the original Vista
installation disk. Which comes with a pretty extensive System Recovery
Tool that's got lots of options. Set your computer to
boot from DVD (using the Boot setting in the BIOS), insert the disc and
restart. Vista will prompt you for language and keyboard layout
options, then ask if you want to reinstall Vista or repair your
installation. You want Repair. From there Vista's System Recovery Tool
will take over. this is the only way to get back from the dreaded boot manager missing error.
a profile setting is anything that is relevant to you and the way that you use your PC and access the interent: your email address - your favourites folder - time zones - how your PC starts - web homepage etc In fact anything that you choose to set-up about yourself, is your profile. If you use any of the chat/friends websites you will have created a profile setting - that determines whether you want to be seen online, who you want to share info with etc, etc. Get the idea? If your PC is used by more than one person, each person will have their own profile settings: basically, personal choices for using the computer. Does this help explain what a profile setting is? If not, please post again ;-}
You sould be able to obtain this from your i386 folder, follow these instructions.