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Did you check if the DVD disk you are trying to play is actually playable? Mabe the player can't read the disk so reboots to radio. Also, you should try with another DVD disk
If disk is ok, recheck your original setup options, but I'm quite sure that it's some electronic failure of your device. Simply should not make sense some hidden option to play radio wnen you select the DVD player.
So your final optin probably should de take your device to repair service. Look at your original warranty for nearest authorized repair service, even if warranty has expired.
Do you have your original install disks? Go to Control Panel, Programs and uninstall the old stuff. Then just reinstall the new. If you don't have the original install disks, go to the printer manufacturers website and download the new drivers and install them.
If you can locate the model number (and version) from the motherboard, you can go to the mainboard manuafacturer's website and download the chipset, video, network, audio, and RAID drivers as well as many utilities that may have been on the original install disk. They won't have the same level of self-install that the original disk had, but they usually are fairly easy to setup
I'm going to go out on a limb and assume that you don't have a good backup of the data on your RAID array. So, generally speaking, the operating system is probably installed on a separate disk from your raid array (not a guarantee). But if this is so then you should be able to reinstall your operating system and drivers (esp RAID controller) to that (separate) disk and you're off to the races (replace this system disk if necessary). -OR- Depending on the make of your RAID controller you may be able to transplant your RAID controller into another machine and all the original drives along with it, so long as it has a battery backup and you place all the drives in their original order. If there is no battery backup on your RAID controller then DON'T PULL THE PLUG ON THE ORIGINAL MACHINE AND DON'T EVEN CONSIDER removing the RAID controller in any way. If you have any doubts, whatsoever, have someone with experience in RAID arrays do the work for you. It will be well worth it! (RAID arrays aren't for the faint of heart)...
I assume from your post you mean you need the drivers for your Video Controller. You can download them for free from the HP website, look under device driver Updates. If you have the AMD chip them that is probably and ATI controller. You can download the Controller drivers and Monitoring software from ATI. THe web addresses are : www.hp.com www.amd.com/us/products/Pages/graphics.aspx
Your computer is probably looking for it where it was originally installed from. You can find it on your original install disk in the main directory. It will be called PRO11.MSI or PROPLUS11.MSI depending on the version you bought.
hello, i have looked around for you and i beleive all you need to do is press the Sync button on the Wii (not the Wii Remote) for 15 seconds to reset it. and it should work like a charm to get you back to throwin some curve's in wii sports!!!!! i hope i have helped and i hope it works!! let me know how it works
The serial number was on a label on the jewel case your ORIGINAL disk came in. You can probably take your ORIGINAL disk to Adobe and they can find what your serial number is. Also when you REGISTERED your LEGAL copy with them, they can probably help you based on your records when you registered.
If you are trying to pirate a copy you are out of luck.