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google translatedI do not know Pourqoui I can not download the video on a fecebook sound even when pfoto video on fecebook, thank you.I need to undergo my video on fecebook are same with the photo of me on fecebook. Before you even try to upload a video to Facebook, save it to your PC with a common name, something that's easy to remember, and not a bunch of random digits. You'll save yourself time in the next step. Facebook supports the typical video formats mov (Quicktime), avi, wmv (Windows Media) - and many, many more. Sign in to your Facebook home page. At the top of the page, click "Profile" to get to your unique wall. Then click on the tab "Video." If you don't see a video, tab, click the plus sign (+) and then add "video." Click on "+ Upload." The uploaded videos can be accessed here, just like a video photo album. Click "Browse" and locate file on your After you find it, select it, and click "open." The upload will begin shortly. It may take some minutes to fully upload and be viewable to others. There is a box you can check that will inform Facebook to let you know when the video is ready to be viewed. While you're waiting for the video to upload to Facebook, you can enter information about the video, like the title and any comments you may have. When it's finished uploading, it'll be on your wall and the home page for all of your friends to see (and friends of friends if your privacy settings allow.) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFNTUbZugwQ watch the video

Dell Optiplex... • Answered on Nov 01, 2017


Not sure if you can pull the front cover off this particular model, but to open the PC:
  1. Make sure the PC is powered off and disconnected from the AC outlet.
  2. If facing the front of the PC, lay it on its right-hand side, so it lies flat.
  3. At the back of the PC at the top left, there is a release button. There should also be a release button on the bottom of the PC near the rear (slightly indented into the bottom). While pressing both of the release buttons, pull the cover upwards and the case will open like a clam.

Dell Optiplex... • Answered on Jul 19, 2014


That is likely the sound of a hard drive getting ready to have a mechanical crash from which there is practically no recovery. If I were you, I'd backup everything important off of your drive and don't forget your favorites from your browsers, email if you use email that's not web-based, photos, docs etc and back up your importand info to disks or an external removable drive, and prepare for an impending demise of that drive- especially in light of how old that computer is if that's the original hard drive. Think of it like the sqweak that disk breaks make to warn you that they're almost gone. Better back that drive up soon. I wouldn't wait as it could crash at at any time. Once you've backed up all your filse run scan disk and do a defrag, and virus scan and you'll know better what the situaqtion is with that drive

Dell Optiplex... • Answered on Jan 15, 2011


Check the memory sticks, make sure they are inserted.

Good luck
Nour BMI

Dell Optiplex... • Answered on Feb 06, 2010


RAM is corrupt...long beep denotes no RAMs or RAM is not working properly....

Dell Optiplex... • Answered on Jan 10, 2010


Hi , when activating it should give you the option to contact Mircosoft , follow the promps untill you get too a consultant who will ask you for your key and she will help you from there
Goodluck

Dell Optiplex... • Answered on Dec 30, 2009


you can rip CD tracks to MP3 using Windows Media Player. Once you have the songs ripped, you can then copy the MP3 files of several CDs to a single CD using Windows Explorer to burn the MP3 files to the CD

Dell Optiplex... • Answered on Sep 30, 2009


pls inform your connection at LAN it maybe in The IP address promblem..the same address you can entr so that u can use and internet anytime..

Dell Optiplex... • Answered on Jul 11, 2009


Ah music to my ears =) this pc I know very well. The easiest way to restore is to restart your pc and when the DELL insignia appears press F8 then a screen with pop up go down till you get to LAST KNOWN GOOD Configuration and viola!! It would help if you made a restore disk once it starts running again or set a new restore point from there on out. Good luck =)

Dell Optiplex... • Answered on May 20, 2009


With the low prices of computers today,it better to replace it with a new one. The reason are its dated and getting the parts will not be easy and probably more expensive than getting a new computer. With a new computer you can transfer all your information to the new computer and not have to worry, for a few years, about more problems. If you try to just repair it, that will be like getting a new computer with old technology. Things move forward so fast in the computer markets that it just doe's not make sense to keep old out of date technology. Like the crt monitors and televisions all things change as technology changes.I hope this helps you with your problem.

Dell Optiplex... • Answered on May 20, 2009


Windows loads specific drivers for the computer it was loaded on. If the new computer is not the same you will have to either load the drivers or reload Windows on the computer.

Dell Optiplex... • Answered on Apr 01, 2009


Hi hunter555,

First off, you've done a lot of work for nothing. What you need to do is put back the new memory. When the Dell Bios boots, it confirming that it has detected the new memory. What you need to do is hit the F1 key to reboot and continue on to the XP installation. When you open the case, it will say the same thing. Don't worry about it, it's only confirming that the case was opened. Typically, I shut off the case intrusion detection, only because I'm always adding things to the machines and it's just a extra step I have to take to boot. However, it's good to know that your bios is confirming that you've opened the case, and that you've put in new memory. You want to make sure that the setup recongizes the entire memory in the banks. So, go to the system information page and make sure that it's reading the original and the additional memory 256k you added. Otherwise your done.

Good Luck

Mark

Dell Optiplex... • Answered on Mar 06, 2009


try to get a eraser to clean the contact of you're new ram!

Dell Optiplex... • Answered on Jan 07, 2009


If the motherboard you have installed accepts a socket 370 processor and you replaced the board, it would also have to be a socket 370 unless you were planning on upgrading the processor also. If you wanted to keep your existing computer case and other hardware, you might want to look for an inexpensive pentium 4 motherbard and processor to replace it instead of the pentium 3 you now have. If you get a new board that uses the same memory that you now have installed it would be a relatively inexpensive upgrade.

Dell Optiplex... • Answered on Nov 29, 2008


What is the exact error that you are getting? Do you get any blue screens? Have you installed any software recently or made any changes? I can only suggest checking the power cables and trying to use a different cable or spare if you have any for now.

Dell OptiPlex... • Answered on Apr 14, 2021


Sounds like your on Google Chrome, this has started popping up since the last update and only on secure webpages at random, try running Windows Update and make sure it's up to date, it check the root certificates which should come with the windows updates.

Dell OptiPlex... • Answered on Oct 22, 2019

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