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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Instruction Manual
it looks like your building up a new PC, but you have to very careful, you can refer to the system board manual for the installation of hardware,now once u finished that, you may now proceed to installation of your device software, you can do that first by installing the OS - XP by setting up the CD rom drive as first boot in the CMOS/BIOS then you follow what the screen tells you, you can check this link for guidelines http://www.michaelstevenstech.com/cleanxpinstall.html
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Posted on Jun 13, 2008
Open the case and look carefully for blown up capacitors. Specially the ones near the Processor. Dell has experienced many problems with faulty capacitors in their motherboards.
To Identify a blown up capacitor look for brown spill residue at top of the capacitor. Also if they are not completely flat at the top, they are faulty capacitors.
If you are not familiar with electronics compoments any friend with some experiece can help you.
Please let me know your progress.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
You need an XP driver installed on your computer. Contact the manufacturer to see if they have one available to download.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
SOURCE: sounds was lost
Look for the listing of the sound system on your computer under Device manager and delete it.
Go to Start, then Control Panel, then System folder, then Hardware tab, click on the Device manager, locate Sounds, video and game controller and expand it. Look for a company name such as Realtek, highlight and delete it.
Reboot your system. This should force Windows to reinstall (New Device found) the driver software that is probably corrupt thanks to Windows.
This should restore your sound unless there is a hardware failure (uncommon). If it doesn't find the sound chip, you will have to replace the motherboard or buy an add-in card. The latter could bring new problems with it though.
You could also try the system Restore routine and back-date the system to a restore point before the music died.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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