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  1. HollywdsTech

    HollywdsTech Banned Thread Starter

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    Dell Latitude D300XT CPi, 128RAM, OS: 2000
    but need to find out why my belkin is have no system resources on the laptop.

    maybe Linux need to be use what version is good for belkin and supports this machine.

    Belkin Wireless Notebook G
    Part# F5D7010 V.6 [I Think!]
     
  2. PuppyLinux

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    Can you enter the CMOS Setup program and disable any ports you're not using? For example, disable a COMM port, or a PARALLEL port, or some other port you don't really need. Doing that MIGHT free some system resources when you reboot...
     
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