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Re: 5100cn error 016-310
The controller card on the 5100CN is located at the rear of the printer.
Rotate open the paper tray cover, remove the 3 screws securing the controller card assembly to the chassis. ( one at the bottom middle, one at each of the top two corners ), and slide the assembly towards you to remove.
NOTE: If you have a replacement Controller card that you are going to replace, you must migrate the existing NVRAM Chip from the old card to the new card. Even if the replacement card contains an NVRAM Chip, the old chip must be used in order to prevent an NVAM error.
Also ensure use of proper ESD Handling proceedures to prevent damage to the board and NVRAM Chip.
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You have integrated or On-Board graphics which means your graphics controller is located on the mother board itself. fortunately you have a PCI-e expansion slot so you can buy a PCI-e graphics card to replace the on board graphics that is if your having graphics problems. or not if your just wanting to know where your graphics card or controller is located. Hope this helps
Yes first you must press the small button on the xbox located next to the sd card slots for about 2seconds. Repeat this with the small button located on the top of your controller near the battery pack. It should work now.
You have to sync it. To do this you need to Press and and hold a tiny
button in the front of the xbox next to the sd card slot for about 2
seconds. Then right afterward press a tiny button located on the top of
the xbox controller. Its located next to the battery pack.
Sounds like you need to update the sound drivers for your sound card. Just go to your Control Panel > Hardware>Device Manager to locate your sound card to locate the manufacturer/model number. Then just go to their website (not Acer's) to download the appropriate driver for your system. Follow the instructions on the download page to install automatically. Be sure to restart your system.
Sounds like a card located under dash behind your blower motor, on passenger side.When card starts going bad you will only have off and high (for awhile), then none. change the card, this thing controls your speeds on the motor at your control on dash. I have a 2002 Dakota had same problem... but keep in mind not all Dakotas have this card.
(Assuming Windows XP)
Within your control panel, open system, click the hardware tab, click on Device Manager. Under Sound, Video, and Game controllers you should see your sound card and if there is a problem with it. Alternate-click and select properties. Select the driver tab. Select update driver and allow your pc to connect to Windows Update to locate the driver. If not found, post your sound card model and I will assist with locating the appropriate driver.
install the software it came with (drivers software etc)you will need to reboot after.
if still is not working remove the software from control panel/remove programs after remove driver and device from the control panel/device manager and perform a disk cleanup from startup/accessories/system tools/disk cleanup-stop computer and remove card.Boot again and let windows login and run for few minutes.shut down again and reinstall card.boot again and make sure the installation cd is in the cd drive.if prompted choose to install the files from a specific location and give the cd drive location .
You cannot upgrade the graphics card on your laptop, however you can sometimes adjust the amount of graphics memory allocated. This setting, if your computer is capable, is normally found in the BIOS. On rare occasions it is located in the Display properties (which, in turn, can be accessed from the Control Panel). If you can't find a setting to tweak in either of these locations, your computer cannot adjust the allocation of video memory.