Hello, hope you are well. Thank you soo much for your advice! I just wanted to let you know that i am taking my kids away camping this week, but when i get back i will go through your suggestions and let you know how i've got on with it all. Your advice is greatly appreciated as i'm a single Mum and wouldn't be able to afford to go away if i had to pay for my computer to be fixed!! So by having a go myself i am learning more about them (as i love technical stuff) and i enjoy a challenge :-) Once again, Thank You and i'll be in touch soon :-)
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If you are installing this for demonstration purposes only, then the way to do this is by running it as administrator.
Right click the file you want to run and select 'Run as Administrator'.
Hope this helps
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The answer would be no. The motherboard is the main circuit board of your computer. All of the components like the memory, processor video cards, lancards, etc., plug into it. If you want to upgrade it, you need a complete replacement of the board.
It could be a failing power supply, but here's a good article to help you diagnose the issue. A local computer technician will be able to load test your power supply if you take it in to them and let you know quickly if that is indeed the problem, in which case it's fairly inexpensive to remedy. Otherwise I would guess a boot issue of some kind. I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread. If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!
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Hello Hubert, first advice is to stay away from that repair man! Seriously now, the thing I would do first, and you may have already, is to get a cd/dvd cleaner from any place like Best Buy, Radio Shack, or even like a walmart, it is cheap and has worked for me many times. If this does now solve the problem, you can EASILY replace your cd rom for about $20.00, and this would include a dvd player as well.
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