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Blurred picture only webpages only on reliance data connection on xp prof.2002 pack 2 from last 3 days.i have already restore my system and removed some software.

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Sir ask your hardware vendor to replace data card and try to update your system once update your internet explorer to new one like IE8

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1. You have to have access to a wireless router to be able to connect.You also have to be allowed to connect.
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Here are a few suggestions that may help you with your problem....
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1. Save your work and close all open programs. Click Start, then Control Panel, then Performance and Maintenance. On the left side of the screen, click "System Restore."

2. Select "Restore my computer to an earlier time." Click Next.

3. Click a date with a bolded number in the calendar on the left. Make sure this date is at least 1 day in the past. On the right side of the window, select a restore point. Click "Next" twice to restore your system.

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1. Back up all of your user files onto removable media such as CDs or DVDs. Find your Windows XP installation or recovery CD, and insert it into the optical drive that your computer can boot from. Click Start, then Turn Off Computer, then Restart to reboot your computer. When the "Press any key to boot from CD" message appears, press a key on your keyboard. Press "Enter" to start Windows XP setup, and press F8 to accept the licensing agreement.

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Set inspiron 6000 to factory settings, how do i do it?

To Restore Windows XP
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    Back up all of your data. Typical items to consider when backing up are: email, address book, personal documents, pictures, videos, music, favorites and desktop items. (For more information on how to back up your private data see the link below.)

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    Remove all external peripheral devices, including USB-connected devices.

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    Turn on the computer. If the computer is already on, reboot it.

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    Press and hold the "Ctrl" and "F11" keys simultaneously when the Dell splash screen appears. The "Dell PC Restore by Symantec" window will appear. Click "Restore."

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    Click "Confirm" at the warning message stating that all data will be lost. A "Progress" window will appear. Once the installation process has finished the message, "The system recovery process was successful" will appear.

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    Click "Finish."

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    Back up all of your data. Typical items to consider when backing up are: email, address book, personal documents, pictures, videos, music, favorites and desktop items. (For more information on how to back up your private data see the link below.)

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    Remove all external peripheral devices, including USB-connected devices.

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    Turn on the computer. If the computer is already on, reboot it.

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    Press the "F8" key when the computer starts. If you see the Windows logo then you were not successful in entering the "Advanced Boot Menu." You will have to try again. If you are successful then you will see the "Advanced Boot Menu."

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    Select the "Repair Your Computer" option and press the "Enter" key.

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    Select the language you would prefer and click the "Next" button.

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    Log in and press "OK." You do have to have administrative access to perform this action. Only administrators are able to restore the computer to factory settings.

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    Click "Dell Factory Image Restore." The "Dell Factory Image Restore" window will appear. Click "Next."

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    Click the check box that states, "Yes, reformat hard drive and restore system to factory condition." Click the "Next" button.

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    Click "Finish," when the restore has finished.

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