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The Aspire One is a netbook produced by
Acer; it does not come equipped with a CD ROM drive, so a traditional
hard drive reformat and Windows reinstallation is not possible without a
peripheral storagedevice. An external USB CD or flash drive will suffice, however.Difficulty:Moderate
Plug in the external CD drive, then turn on your netbook and let it boot to your operatingsystem.
Open your web browser and go to
the BootDisk website (see link in Resources). Download the Windows XP
Fresh Install Bootable CD, then burn these files to a blank CD via your
external CD drive.
Ensure the files have burned to your bootable CD, then restart the netbook with the CD still in the drive.
The netbook should boot to the
CD upon the restart. Follow the instructions prompted for installation.
Upon completion you will have a clean installation of Windows XP on
your Acer Aspire One.
Is the drive you are using a DVD writer or only a DVD reader? The drive that writes to RW disks is labeled DVD/RW or DVD Recordable. These are the only drive types that will read and write a DVD/RW disc.
First, does the modem show up in the device manager (without an exclamation mark or an "x". In other words, does the computer see the card and is it not reporting any problems. Second, do you see the wireless connection when you go into My Network Places and Network Connections? Third, does the wireless connection icon appear in the system tray?
I had Lemark 4300 Imaging studio installed on my old Windows XP laptop. I have tried to install on my new Acer Aspire 8730G Windows Vista laptop without success. I have downloaded driver updates but still not successful, solution welcomed.
there should be a wizard in windows media centre to connect to a reciever but thats normally only with a tv card, using a usb will not open through media centre you will have to use the software provided.
Obviously you will also need an aerial connection to a programme source
According to information provided by the manufacturer, this model HP printer requires Windows 2000, Windows XP Home or Windows XP Professional in order to function. Apart from the obvious cosmetic changes and some extra added functionality, Windows XP Media Center Edition may be treated as basic Windows XP in many instances. As such, this printer should be compatible with your computer. Please keep in mind however, that you may need to perform driver and software updates in order to guarantee functionality.