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Cant boot from CD Drive.. cannot be seen in the bios
Make sure the hard drive is connected to the ide cable that has a blue end. Don't connect anything else to this cable. when the pc is booting up watch the screen for the option to enter setup usually Del, or F2. Once into the bios see if the boot options are set to cd first and ide 0 second. You can also see if the hard drive is being detected in the bios.
Hope this helps. Let me know.
on Sep 21, 2015
Reset bios dell 4700
Turn off and unplug, Remove CMOS battery for 15 minutes replace and restart.
If this does not work try the setting jumpers on m/b method (you will have to look this up)
on Jun 21, 2015
I installed 4 Gig of RAM memory but only 3.25
It sounds like you are running a 32 bit operating system XP, Vista, or Windows 7 (32).
The 32 bit Operating Systems are only able to see and use about 3Gb of RAM. To use a greater amount you will need a 64 bit OS (either Windows XP/64 or Windows 7/64) or one of the open source 64 bit operating systems.
on Apr 24, 2015
I just bought the logitech LS21 speaker system for
The set up should be as this.cable plugs into headphone jack on your pc. that connectects to your powerd subwoofer it is power correct! then your small speakers connect to the sub box or thew should? look on the sub box usually front and on the bottom.if thee actual speaker connections then they will be on the rear.
on Feb 23, 2015
I forgot my password for my dell computer
All PC's Have A Jumper Some Ware Next To The Bios Chip
On The Main Board That Can Be Moved From One Posision
To The Other And Back Again After You Turn Off And Un Plug
The PC And All Devices Attached To It !
This Re Sets Every Thing In The Bios Including The Password
for the PC! Consult The Manual For The PC !
on Feb 18, 2014
Windows 7 refused to update. Windows 7 refuses to
- Do one of the following:
- Connect a camera to your computer by using the camera's USB cable, and then turn on the camera.
- Connect a portable device that contains pictures or videos to your computer by using the device's USB cable, and then turn on the device.
- Insert a removable flash memory card, such as a Secure Digital (SD) or CompactFlash memory card into a memory card reader.
- Connect a scanner to your computer by using a USB cable, and then turn on the scanner.
- Insert a data CD or DVD that contains pictures or videos into your CD/DVD drive.
- In the AutoPlay dialog box that appears, click Import pictures and videos using Windows.
- To change the settings that are used when importing pictures and videos, click Import settings in the Import Pictures and Videos dialog box.
- Change one or more settings in the Import Settings dialog box, and then click OK.
- Click OK to restart Import Pictures and Videos. Type a tag in the Tag these pictures (optional) box, and then clickImport to import your pictures and videos using the new settings.
For updates make sure that the time and date are correct, if it doesn't match what time it actually is , it wont update, and make sure your OS has been activated
on Nov 04, 2013
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