I am having a spot of trouble with Toshiba Satellite A50>> XP SP3
I learnt all i know about PC's on it, My experience so far has been; Corrupting a User profile trying to rearrange the file
System-Directory in an attempt to create what i thought at the time was a more logical arrangment,
To copying the "HIDDEN" Ntuser.dll files to a fresh Profile Yea sure sounded easy in the KB Article But i just jumled up all the files,
[My perception of logic has changed considerablly]
Subsequently i have spent weeks with a corrupted,duplicated, missing registry keys
For better or worse i learnt a lot about computing with Windows,
I did invest in a Application for "fixing" the registry, Which has got the computer back almost, (minus some files) to Default again halelujlia!!
NOW As the subject line suggests my ethernet port isnt working when i plug in a cable. It did before i started down the registry path.
Any know how' towards configuring or workarounds to help me work it out would be great.and really appreciated,
Are you useing cable? if so it is simple cable hook ups doesn't reconize new computers you nite unhook cords turn off computer and unplug and take out battery of cable then reinstall cable hook up turn it on and it should reinstart your internet, if not let me know and wwwwe can retry something else. lala linda
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These are the system requirements for the M-Audio Fast Track USB input. Be sure that you meet these requirements, or else upgrade your system to meet them.
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS-FAST TRACK HARDWARE
OS: Windows Vista 32/64 or Windows XP (SP3) Home or Professional
CPU: Pentium 4 2.0GHz, 1 GB RAM, 1 native USB port
OS: OS X 10.4.11
CPU: G4 (native), 1 GB RAM, 1 native USB port
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS-PRO TOOLS M-POWERED ESSENTIAL HARDWARE
OS: Windows Vista 32/64 or Windows XP (SP3)
CPU: 1.8GHz multi-core (Intel or AMD), 5400RPM drive, DVD-ROM drive, 4 GB hard drive space (additional space required for loop content)
OS: OS X 10.5.5 or greater
CPU: 1.8GHz Intel multi-core, 5400RPM drive, DVD-ROM drive, 4 GB hard drive space (additional space required for loop content)
Adapter Type Video Capture Interface with Host PCI Video Input Composite Video • i.Link (IEEE1394) Video Output Composite Video Platform PC • Mac Hey no problem....It is best for Video capture...the datails are this.... i still useing it......... Technical Features
Audio Support Stereo
Operating System Apple MacOS 9.x or later • Microsoft Windows 2000• Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition • Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Warranty 3 Years
Included Accessories 1 x Firewire (IEEE1394) Cable • Composite to S-Video Cable
it means, your win xp pro, is not supported your tv@anywhere...why dont you try to install again your windows sp3..then if its working, in your sp3, that means, its supported for only sp3 not for sp2 win xp pro..