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To active the bluetooth please follow the instructions below;
Go to start
click the control panel
select hardware and sound
click on the bluetooth device option
click on the bluetooth options at the top then click activate
If you do not have "Bluetooth Devices" listed, this means that your Inspiron does not have a built-in Bluetooth chip. Therefore, you cannot activate Bluetooth on your pc without a third-party Bluetooth adapter and software.
your HDD may be corrupted, re-installing windows vista is one option. Your best bet is if you have/ can obtain a copy of windows vista run setup and try the repair wizard in the windows vista setup, the wizard automatically finds errors and missing files and replaces them therefore solving any errors in your HDD. you can also try to use the recovery wizard from your recovery disc.
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Always be sure to close any open programs you do not need to run at that particular time. Also, close your internet connection. The reason for this is to allow the maximum amount of memory to be used by your media software.. Try this. It should work, ok? GOOD LUCK!! Lucky4lynn2
Yes, a reformat wipes the disk clean. There are special programs for this. The Dell recovery CD's (DVD's) will have the program. The usual command is "Format C: /v" without the quotes. The /v tells the program to verify every sector as it formats. Back up every thing that you need first as there are no second chances.
Hibernate issues are generally an issue with the Video driver. Try the following:
Update to the latest list of drivers from support.dell.com
see if the issue is resolved.
If not, then try editing the startup group of MSCONFIG and see if an item running at startup is causing the issue. (Start, RUN, MSCONFIG, OK to open MSCONFIG)
Have you checked to see whether the correct settings have been selected for the microphone in the Control Panel>Hardware>Audio Devices page? Once you see which driver works (i.e., which one responds to your voice), right-click and set that as the default. Or you can try to set up the Speech Recognition program under All Programs>Accessories>Ease of Access, and try the different microphone settings till the onboard one responds to your voice. Perhaps the SigmaTel driver has been updated since you bought the laptop--go to the Dell Download site and download the sound driver for it, see if one of these helps!
SInce SharePoint Services 3.0 and SharePoint Server 2007 does require a server interface to run the collaboration tools you are unfortunately stuck with running it on server software. But all is not doom and gloom as there is an option for you to run Microsoft's Virtual PC. Here is an article on how it works from Microsoft. (http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/Help/97a74f0e-798d-45ff-b9bf-7feed68c40e51033.mspx) . This allows you to not ony run your native Operating system, but also run SharePoint on th esame machine in a virtual environment.