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I tried it on muine. Graphics are glitchy. You need to run in vesa mode all the time. Wireless card is not compatible, though you can change it for other compatible one or try using a usb wifi dongle. Bluetooth doesn't work either. Touch works, sometimes you need to use the pen first and then your finger.


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I don’t believe that Windows XP can handle 3TB drives, but according to this article in PC World: If you want to use the 3TB Barracuda on a Windows XP system, then you will need to run Seagate's DiskWizard program to make the drive usable under that operating system. Now I know you have a Western Digital drive—and that solution refers to a Seagate ...


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Could be a couple of different things. Could be hardware failure/malfunction based on what I'm reading (I'm reading it as though it's chronological because you haven't supplied more data). http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/cd-drive-keeps-opening?PageSpeed=noscript Could also be a software malfunction/conflict which results in this strange behaviour as ...


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Are you sure you've changed the input method, and not just the language? Control Panel > Clock, Language and Region > Change input methods For the language you want to use, press the options button, next to it. Then modify the input methods to your liking there. The most common one is US or United States-Iternational I've made the mistake before by ...


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It is not possible, as Ramhound said, if you don't have multiple video ports. IF you are on a laptop, you can get a video splitter to match your video connector. If you are on desktop, you can either get a Video Splitter (HDMI, VGA or DVI), or get a newer graphics card, that has multiple Display Ports. Please note that the video spitters only clone desktops, ...


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Adjusting your BIOS settings is probably going to fix this. Try to get into your BIOS before it goes to the grub rescue prompt by mashing f8 or DEL or f2 or maybe f12 (depends on your machine) after you reboot. It may take a couple tries, just keep restarting/mashing until you get in there. Then look for something along the lines of "boot priority" and ...


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Update: Oh yeah, and do make sure to use the latest upgrade. In your error screenshot above I can see you’re using an older update. I suggest you use Rufus to create a MS-DOS-bootable USB drive and then run the upgrade from DOS. Of course, you’ll have to copy the update to the USB drive as well. Rufus settings should be set as following: Then, after ...


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With Dell BIOS updates you can run the BIOS update exe at the command line and add /forceit: Copy the BIOS update exe file locally on to your PC Open the command prompt Navigate to the location of the exe file Type the name of the exe file and add /forceit to the end eg: E7440A13.exe /forceit Press enter The update should start and ignore the lack of a ...


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Sorry I should have come back here last month! Anyways, it was because I was trying to run the 300W card off a single rail on my quad-rail PSU, which could only give 240W. Once I figured that out and split the card between 2 rails, it worked perfectly.



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