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Window x p setup very slow, SDram256 Opreting loading in 4hs . what is the pro blame . I have cheeked display card and network card but slow loading the opreting system. what is the region.

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You are using really slow RAM, SDRAM 256 should be upgraded to a 512, 1024, or so. Upgrade your hardware and you should get satisfying results.

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I can't get my Macbook setup to use the Lexmark x6650. I used the install disc and the wifi light on the printer is green, but I still cannot figure out how to setup my Macbook to print to is...


Print the network settings page to identify if your printer is connected to your wireless network:

1. Press Setup on the printer operator panel.

2. Press the right or left arrow button until Network Setup is displayed, press OK.

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4. Press OK when prompted to Load Paper.

5. Press OK. The network settings page will now print.


Check the Network Card Status, SSID, Trouble Code, TCP/IP Address. SSID should be the name of your wireless network. Otherwise, you may need to reset the printer's wireless network settings.


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1. Press Setup.

2. Press the right or left arrow button until Network Setup is displayed, press OK.

3. Press the right or left arrow button until Reset Network Adapter Defaults is displayed, press OK.

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The PC Chips MB PCCHIPS SiS746FX M848A V5.0 462 motherboard does not have onboard video, correct? So if you can obtain the make and model of your video card, you can then find the Windows XP drivers online for download. Then you would be able to provide said drivers when the "system asks you to update SiS 2615 Display Adapter driver"

*Another quick fix would be to use a different VGA card, if you have one available?




*Now, I have never been prompted to update display driver before or during a windows installation or update. So that step I would require a little more detail on. I have only been prompted for mass storage drivers (as seen in screenshot).
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If you have a PCI card set bios to PCI
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I cannot help thinking, that you actually have a AGP card in a AGP slot and that you computer is not working on onboard, but on AGP. But you can check which graphics device is used, in display properties (right-click Desktop, Properties, Settings)

Please post some feedback

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