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I think a had two antiviruses, and now it tells me
uninstall one of your antivirus, if you install 2 antivirus one of the antivirus will detect the other antivirus as virus and make system error
if you was uninstall one of the antivirus and this problem can fix
reinstall your operating system(windows) of your pc desktop
No sound at all emitted through the speakers even
Do your speakers require power? If so are they powered? You can tell just by hearing static/noise when you disconnect the speakers connector and plug it back in.If they are not powered, are you sure you are plugged into the correct port on the PC? It will have 2 half circles with an arrow pointing outward. If none of the above work, try plugging the speakers into something else to see if they work, like a CD player, or cell phone (if you have a new one with RCA output). This will check and see if the speakers are actually working or not.
what computer brand and model is it ?
Spacebar sticking on older ibm netvista
Best solution, replace keyboard. If you are technically agile, you can very carefully remove the space bar while carefully noting where all the springs and things under it go. a few drops of silicone on the plunger pieces and you should be good to go when you put it back together. A feat not for the faint of heart. If you have plastic bubble contacts, replace the keyboard.
IMB hard disk wont run
Check your power supply at the HDD power connector. You should have +5v and +12v. Missing either, replace power supply. If they are both there and the connection is tight, replace HDD.
Where can I download the audio drivers? WinXP Pro SP3
Ouch XP!! It is possible, probable that the drivers cannot be obtained any more for that software. You could try and see if the computer can find any by clicking on check for updates on the relevant bit that comes up, control panel, then the Device manager, then open program and then go down to audio, click on that and then look for drivers. However I suspect that they are obsolete!
Hard drive not found
Wayneard is correct. When you install a brand new hard drive as the ONLY hard drive in the computer, there is no operating system loaded. The computer will try to boot from the hard drive and stop. Switch your boot order to have the CD boot first, and be sure you have the operating system installation CD in your CD drive.
Also, double check your hard drive connections. Be sure it is in the "master" position on the hard drive cable. If there is a connection problem, the system will complain after CD start that there is no hard drive available to install the operating system on!
Download the driver on a different machine, copy to USB drive, install on new machine.
TOO general, this is literally a statement not a question! what about the motherboard BIOS? does it not work install a new BIOS the follows the brand of your motherboard. need to flash BIOS reset every thing to default? Pull battery pull CMOS jumper listed on motherboard. Power off PC Power On.
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