Yes, the VGA port is attached directly to the motherboard, so there we have it – I have integrated. On Tubesandwires’ suggestion I fiddled with my floppy drive in my MS and cleaned off the heads. Is the original monitor an LCD monitor by any chance? Will I loose the data on this hard drive if I disconnect it? The only time I can remember a long beep like you describe, it started not right away while booting but within a few seconds, it was caused by the ram not being seated properly, and the same mboard did not do that when no ram was installed.
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If the hard drive itself tests okay, any data problems found can be fixed, one way or another.
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All data on computer drives and memory devices is store in bytes – there are 8 bits per byte. Look at the link below for more on that.
Quoting from 53 above: I don’t have a 6. They are not that expensive but if you don’t go wild with your drive selection I don’t think that will be necessary.
Got this throw-away computer. I really appreciate it that you stuck with this thread for so long and helped me so much. If one of the two data cable’s connectors is plugged in backwards, if there is nothing else wrong, the led on the front of the floppy drive will be on all the time the computer is running, even when me-6714 has no floppy disk in it you probably do not presently have that problem, because the floppy drive is showing up in Windows.
Instead I have developed a great interest in the world of computers as your responses started coming my way, and there is no stopping me now. Thank you for all your help so far.
Usually the pins are bent at the base of them, the pin otherwise is fairly straight.
When I have clicked the difference between serial and parallel technology, and am ready to continue, should I start a new thread or stick with this one? On your mboards, it doesn’t matter whether an optical CD or DVD drive is on the same cable as a hard drive or not – all drives will be able to achieve their max speed they can with the mboard, ms-6174 the proper IDE cable is used 80 wire if any of the drives on a data cable require it.
In really old bioses, such as the Award 4. It is common to remove the hard drive before disposing a PC. After saving the above settings that I typed in, I am still not sure whether the hard drive is detected or not, because 1 I don’t know HOW to know from the BIOS whether it is detected ms-6174 not, and 2 when I ran the diagnostic CD again, the following happened: I am new to Adobe Creative Suite so I cannot yet try to estimate more or less how much storage space my video and audio work is going to require, but I can imagine that it is going to be a lot.
I had to go read and learn about hard drives first because really this was the first time I’v seen what a hard drive looks like: The “S-Video” ports for computer video adapters have ve.1 than 4 pin holes, but a legacy 4 pin S-Video male connector is compatible with plugging it into the 7 pin hole “S-Video” port.
If you don’t enter one that is acceptable to Setup, you can’t continue to install Windows. If so, the connector that ms-67144 farthest from the others goes to the motherboard. I understand the difference between parallel and serial technology a bit better now. I will search around to see what I can find out.
It’s a software framework that’s modified to suit the mboard model and it’s hardware chips to make it a specific bios version, by the mboard maker or brand name system maker, or by someone on their behalf. Enter the information directly from the keyboard.
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If there are or more errors, then there is no point in trying to zero fill the drive, because the drive will probably develop more errors rapidly. A short summarized history of what happened since my first attempt of creating a bootable floppy disk: I have not installed Linux vfr.1 Windows on the same system, but apparently others who post here have and it fer.1 like it’s fairly easy to do.
According to the link you provided above you do have integrated graphics. OK so now I am wondering, if I can get this 4G hard drive to work and the MS to detect it, then maybe if all seems well, I could then install the hard drive that I am presently using on my PC with which I am typing to you at this moment a bigger hard drive – 40 Gand install it as an extra hard drive into the MS – if it is compatible?
Is the original monitor an LCD monitor by any chance? I have seldom needed to do that. Look in your mboard manual. There is a stripe along one side of the data cable that must be on the same side on both ends of the data cable where the connectors are plugged in.