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 Recently reinstalled Windows XP, now 'NO SOUND DEVICE' but in Device Manager: Everything working properly!?

Answer Hey babe, try installing the software discs that came with the lappy. Or ....you could always go into control panel . . . open the system folder . . . find the sound devices and remove anything wit... Read More »
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My DVD/CD-ROM drive is not working. When I go to device manager it shows a yellow exalmation point next it. =(?

the driver for your dvd rom is missingyou need to reinstall a driver either from compaq's package which you can download online or get a driver from windows by allowing the computer to search onlin... Read More »
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How to Replace Ports in the Device Manager of Windows XP?

The Device Manager in Windows XP is the location of your computer that handles the hardware attached to the machine, including the communication ports. Replacing the communication ports in the Devi... Read More »
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How to Uninstall Default Monitors in Windows XP Device Manager?

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How can I reformat an external hdd that was previously formatted with Linux via dish network to be windows compatible and Windows device manager has the option grayed out?

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