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The Core2 Duo E7400 CPU does not offer any networking support by itself. You need separate dedicated hardware for networking, either as part of your main board's chip set, via an internal networking card, or via external means, e.g. an USB connected network adapter.
Whatever you chose, these devices come with individual drivers or at least a manual directing you to a download site. Many (especially older ones) are directly supported by Windows and do not require user installation of a driver.
Open the computer and check cables. 0 is the 1st drive and usually the primary. Then login into BIOS and verify the drive is listed there. It must be. Crashing may be a sign of hardware failure, but fix the HD problem 1st. Then run chkdsk c: /f/r C being the drive letter from the command prompt.
AMD processes data differently than Intel.. Intel performs MORE commands in the same amount of time as AMD but AMD processes commands in a different way than INTEL Here is one website that can help you to understand the intricacies.. http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=2164
could be a variety of hardware issues ... if you have a modem card remove it first ... leave the battery out as it is not required to operate the laptop as long as you have ac power ... leave all the ram chips out as most laptops have some ram built in ... remove the harddrive and any other internal drives ... also disconnect anything external ... network printers etc... after that yopu are into removing the keyboard and disconnecting the video ...but it gets a bit complicated if you have never worked on laptops before...
You didn't recover your CD burning program adequately.
Oddlly enough, you don't need drivers for the CD/DVD drives. They
aren't even recognized unless you have a non-microsoft burning
program. Those programs are worth updating. Find out what burning
software you have-- I recommend downloading Belarc Advisor, a free
program which not only tells you everything in your computer, with
model numbers for hardware and all of your software (with their
unique codes), but will also inform you if you are missing any needed
Windows updates. Once you know what you have, if it came with the
computer, you have to seek an upload at the computer manufacturer's
website, as it may be a special program not related to the burning
software purchased from the software manufacturer---go to their
website for upgrades. Check device manager in control panel under
hardware to see if you have a problem with anything (a big yellow
Then go to your audio manager on control panel, and set it up for
whatever speaker configuration you have. I have realtec audio
manager. This step is a must for configuring—you choose whether
your laptop will use its own speaks or use your external speakers—you
have to turn off the internal speakers and turn on the external.. you might find that your internal speakers are switched off.