yep, as photolady says, either find the appropraite jumpers out to reset (clear) the bios (back to default [no password]) or pull out the cmos battery.
the latter much easier
that would definatly clear the password.
have a look around in
go to run,
type 'control userpasswords2' (without the quotes)
and have a look around in there for settings
also have a good look in 'Advanced' option on the same panel.
just some ideas etc
yep, as rude said, driver problems. either wrong/non-up-to-date driver, or perhaps dodgy graphics card.
you could perhaps try and change the hardware acceleration.
display properties > settings > advanced > troubleshoot etc
do you have a laptop or a wireless-network card etc?
because most references seem to be to wireless networking devices. if this is the case then its pretty likely you need it.
have a search on techguy for 'odhost.exe' there is quite a few threads etc.
i wouldnt have thought that 95 backup's are compatible with xp myself.
you could just backup the files manually, as in not using the backup-program and just sticking the files on the floppies.
or you could scrap the floppies, burn a cd, use a usb flash drive, etc...
if you have big...
thanks junglejeff, i just thought maybe some processing may be done on the card itself, and a friend said about a tvcard only working on a computer that had a 64mb card. anyway thanks.
i apologise for calling death_au a fool, just a figure of speech that really isnt well conveyed thru the...
ive got an old puter - it wont boot (ram problems prolly)
anyway, i got a few disks in there, most ide but some scsi.
i need to get the info from the discs to my laptop.
(i could use my desktop puter and just stick the drive in etc -- but too messy)
any other ways of...
okay i disabled it, its not clear to me how i then make it private.
i clicked on 'do not share this folder' but when i turned simlpesharing back on. it still is not ticked.
do i just permanently turn off simplesharing??
my problem is that i cannot make a new folder that is private. when i click on;
file > properties > sharing >
'Make this folder private' tick box is greyed out.
some info that may help:
i am running: windows xp professional +SP1
i share a computer, there are two users. 'Me'...