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TWEST17 check your E-MAIL
In addition to spigidygak's question, what is the model of your HP burner?
I ask because you may need to go to HP.com's driver/firmware upgrade section for that particular compliancy with XP.
e-mail me with your address and i'll send you the files you'll need to put on a floppy disk.
otherwise, take the simplest route by using the system recovery CDs that originated with...
If you can get the Win98 disk or CD-ROM to work choose the option that will allow you to boot with CD SUPPORT. Then manually access your CD-ROM drive (d: <enter>) and type (setup.exe <enter>).
Major question - what OS are you trying to install?
In any case, you may need a bootdisk.
Also, access your bios and make sure that your computer will automatically run by your CD-DRIVE first...
i've seen this a buncha times
it's like your mouse is on crack
look no further
change your mouse
windows me setup
add/remove checkbox for media player
OMG WOW you are slow and outdated
Nero is God's gift to cd-burning.
yes you can... but you can't have both software applications installed at the same time...
i suggest you remove the jenky one before installing adaptec
change your display to 16-bit
and/or view the dvd not as a full-screen but smaller..
if it works.. then it worked...
place the files navigator.LNK and napster.LNK in a directory of your choice
create a batch file called whatever.BAT
inside this batch files insert the path of the two LNK files....
if you have the linksys etherfast cable/dsl router in which you say you do have, whether it is 1, 4, or 5 port .. here is what to do..
plug the cat 5 cable from the hub to the uplink slot..
this may sound funny.. but.........
disable your active desktop
and change your color to 16bit
to avoid waiting for their wonderful "free shipping" on a dvd.. i set my prefs to "pick up" at the local bestbuy store blocks away...
they have plenty of copies of the dvd I want...(I've been...
device manager will not say who the manufacturer your ram is...
the best way to find out is:
take off the case, check it out.. your 128MB of SDRAM @ 133MHZ probably has a seek time of 7.5...
coleslaw is correct...
only at bus speed
it's a really easy thing ihad nearly the same model you have. just go into your bios settings hit either F8 or F10 when you hear a little beep go off, go into security, then advanced options, set...
get the linksys router/switch combined as one..
or a linux server and a switch
i purchased that specific cd-rom [for a back-up computer] you're posting about... it works fine... loud but fine... the rebate expires on 10/28/2000...