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The autoplay feature on some refurbished (and sometimes new) computers is at best unpredictable.
To find out if your disk is recognized, go to MY computer: It will display the drives and if they contain anything, it will show there. In the event the disk is not Labeled, double click on the CD rom icon, if the contents for the drive come up, your drive is ok, and the disk is too. If the contents of the disk do not show up, but the drive is displayed, recycle the drive mechanism. (open/close) If that still does not do the trick, reboot your computer, and try again.
As a last resort, an external drive via a USB connection will give you the drive contents.
reinstal windows xp and during instal select keep old programs do not format it then you have acces to al installed programs befor also save you emails and adressbook (wab) file they wil be overwritten if problems stay try to connect extern keyboard on usb port with a cable you can buy on computer store
You connect your Tecra with some cble to a TV, and you can't get a picture to a TV.
Please check first the following:
- Do you use a proper cable for it? - Is your TV set to an externel source input (AV1, AV2 etc.) ? - Do you have installed all necessary drivers for your Tecra ? - Can you check in your driver settings if TV is enabled ?
How to do this:
Right-click on Desktop, then click Properties, or
go to Control panel, and open 'Display',
then click Settings Tab (to top-right) and then Advanced Tab(bottom-right). Here you should find settings for your display adapter.
Great! The part number you seek is P000329030, Below is a link to purchase a refurb keyboard. They work just as well as a new one but at less cost. I think a new board will run you between $85-$100 dollars depending on where you go. (My company, C2Solutions, sells it for $84.95 new and free shipping.) When you do get it, it's fairly easy to install the new one. Good Luck and glad to help. Franklin
Blue screens are generally operating system failure. You will need to reinstall your XP home. Format the drive NTFS, instead of FAT32. If you have any problems during or after the reload, then the hard drive is the failure and will need replaced.