Hi i am using fc8 ... on my pc when i give virt-manager it gives me following error
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/share/virt-manager/virt-manager.py", line 304, in ? main() File "/usr/share/virt-manager/virt-manager.py", line 224, in main import gtk ImportError: No module named gtk
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Hi, the easiest way to fix this problem is using a linux free live distro to boot up your pc and check if the USB works. If it doesn't, it means your motherboard has some broken transistors/components and you may need to change it if still under warranty. To boot up from a linux cd, you need to download an iso (from here http://www.livecdlist.com/) and burn it on a cd. Then you must restart your computer with the cd inserted and boot from it (you can consult your motherboard's manual for the how-to). Hope it was helpful, Franz
Hi Good day!! What message of windows error? Check your network adapter in the device manager, if it is install if not pls try the following. 1. On the desktop right click "My computer and then properties" 2. go to Hardware tab and then click device manager check the network adapter. 3. Disable it and then re enable it. hope your on board lan will work now if still not re-install your lan driver through your motherboard cd.. pls reply o assist you more..
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Hi, Chances are good that your third 1gig memory module is faulty. Windows blue screen of death at startup is a typical symptom of faulty RAM memory. Try replacing the third 1gig DIMM with another of the same type. Let me know if this works or not. Regards, Graemevm
Try opening up the device manager and unistall everything in the Universal Serial Bus Controllers. Then reboot and let windows reinstall the USB controllers. Windows should now be able to recognize properly USB2 devices.
Hey there rcrozier, your solution is to disable ACPI in the BIOS. To do so, follow these steps. 1/ When set up is loading, a blue screen will appear asking if you have RAID devices, indicating pressing F6. Instead press and hold F7. This should prevent ACPI from installing. Alternately at the blue screen mentioned above, press F5 and hold. It should advance eventually to a new screen prompting you to press F2. Keep holding F5. It will give you another screen telling you it cannot recognize your pc type. It gives you two choices: standard pc or other. Choose standard pc. resulting in ACPI not being installed. Unfortunately the other result of this ACPI not being installed is that your power management will be reduced. Overclocking is not advised. Hope this helps. Good Luck!