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I have a Dell Inspiron 2200 and need to replace
if you are now a computer technician, it is advisable to take your laptop to one to avoid demage of some components. Anyway, carefully open the laptop disconnecting the screen, remove your key pad and unskoll the motherboard to be replace. replace and carefully transfer component ensuring none is demage
on Apr 23, 2018
Upgrading my old laptop
this are the things that will help you upgrade your laptop.
first of all replace the ram memory with a higher configuration.then get your hard disk reformat by reinstalling fresh operating system like windows xp-sp2 or windows vista.install all the latest updates and drivers and its done.
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on Oct 10, 2016
Upgrade Inspiron 2200 Memory From 512mb to 1gb
If you follow this link, you can download a copy of the users manual. Page 78 should give you the help you need.
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on Apr 26, 2014
If she's getting a Windows Welcome screen, then the system is booting and there's no obvious sign of a hard drive password (I've rarely seen these used anyway but they can be removed in some cases.)
1. You'll have to find a Password clear boot CD. There's one by HIRENS that can do it, but I use a simple one found by searching "Offline Windows Password & Registry Editor". You will have to know how do do these things: 1. Change the boot order of your laptop by going into the BIOS setup and make sure the boot order starts with the optical drive (be it DVD or CD) before the internal hard drive. If you cannot change the boot order due to a BIOS password, it can be cleared but you'll need to remove the CMOS clock battery and that requires taking the laptop apart.
2. Download the boot CD ISO and burn it to a physical CD. This is the recommended way to do it.
3. Get that CD you burned into the drive on the laptop and boot it.
Either CD you end up with, it will boot a small version of Linux and then give you the option at some point to clear the Windows user password. If you do not know what you're looking at to find the proper Windows install on your drive, it is suggested you have someone look for it and use the password clear CD to help you accomplish it.
It should conceivably easy to find what you need to change, and you get to see what it finds before you change anything. Ganbatte kudasai!
on Mar 23, 2014
Not booting from usb
In inspiron 2200 shut down the system then restart and when you see the Dell logo tap F2 key. You will goto BIOS. In BIOS go under SYSTEM and then goto BOOT SEQUENCE. Then make sure that USB STORAGE device is at 1. position. You can modifiy this by highlighting the first option and press enter and then use + or - keys to change or look at the very bottom of screen to see how to change the value. Once USB storage device is in first position of boot sequence then on the left hand side of main menu goto POST BEHAVIOUR and expand it. Then goto US emulation and make sure it is enabled (ON) if not then make it on. Then save and exit the BIOS .Now make sure your USB device is connected Then restart the system andsoon as you see the Dell logo tap F12 . Now choose USB from the boot sequence and it will boot form USB device (If that USB device has bootable files)
on Nov 09, 2013
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