Question about Packard Bell AudioDream MP3 Player
SOURCE: packard bell e1245 crash
try press f5 when system is starting up then go safe mode, then try to restore your system to earlier setting with system restore. system restore is located on start/accesories/systemtools/system restore.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
First things first: "work" in giving this away has dodged the "responsible disposal" bullet. Drivers for this unit are probably limited to windows 98 or earlier, as the last Packard-Bell was produced in that era. Drivers for sound in particular were Packard-Bell only, and since they aren't around any more unless you can get your hands on the original installation CD you're out of luck to make the existing soundcard work. You do howrever have the option to install a newer soundcard, that should fix that issue. As for the shutting down, make sure the heatsink has good thermal contact with the processor as it sounds like the processor may be overheating. If there's a fan make sure it is running.
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Posted on May 31, 2009
If the laptop is more than two years old. Time to replace the battery. The power meter is not a reliable way of seeing a bad battery. If just one of the cells in the battery is bad it will not run your laptop , and the meter still would show 100%
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
try connecting to an external monitor, you may have changd the screen resolution to an unsupported one. Use the ext. monitor to change it back to the lowest setting and go up from there.
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
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