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    I can relate - old and poor. Couple of dumb...

    I can relate - old and poor. Couple of dumb questions -
    1. Have you removed the side cover, unplugged and replugged the drive signal (wide) cables on the motherboard and the drives? (sometimes,...
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    Here is a link to the Lexmark 2690 User Manual -...

    Here is a link to the Lexmark 2690 User Manual - http://www.lexmark.com/US/en/catalog/product.jsp?prodId=4315
    In it you will get suggestions for correcting this problem. You will find them in the...
  3. Most if not all computers contain a error...

    Most if not all computers contain a error register chip that stores an error code. This register is used by the BIOS and OS for certain errors to ensure you do not damage your system on Boot or warn...
  4. Network magic is a good information/service tool,...

    Network magic is a good information/service tool, why remove it at all?
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    I may be missing something here, but why can't...

    I may be missing something here, but why can't you do an uninstall of KB947821 and KB2849470 from the control panel add/remove?
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    Or a space issue on the 'C:' drive or a badly...

    Or a space issue on the 'C:' drive or a badly fragmented 'C:' drive or old drivers (video, etc) or a whole bunch of junk being loaded at boot time or read errors on the 'C:' drive, just to name a...
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    Is this a Cat5 connection or a wi-fi connection? running the same OS? If it is wi-fi, did you change the router location? Did the I.P. address(s) change when you swapped out the router? Have you...
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    At the first text on the screen or when the Dell...

    At the first text on the screen or when the Dell logo appears, tap <F2> until the message "Entering Setup" appears.
    Note:
    Some older Dell computers use an alternate key sequence instead of to enter...
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    problem solved? Still looking for ideas? These...

    problem solved? Still looking for ideas? These are some of the things that could also be causing your problem. Your swap file is to small, your virus checker can be set to scan files when opening,...
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    From what you have said, you have never had a...

    From what you have said, you have never had a good boot from the time (weeks or months ago) you saw the updates ready screen, is that correct?

    First thing I would do is bring up the system's BIOS...
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    When your system boots and the BIOS information...

    When your system boots and the BIOS information is displayed - do you see the folded/bent screen?
    Probably asked b4, but have you booted your system up in safe mode?
  12. There are several settings in the BIOS that will...

    There are several settings in the BIOS that will cause delays, just a few that come to mind are wait times assigned to devices that may not be attached (IDE drives, diskette drives, delays while...
  13. I have seen in some situations, the printer needs...

    I have seen in some situations, the printer needs to be attached (wired) to one of the systems to set up the printer, to tell it you want a wi-fi connection and set the ID/password in the printers...
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    Both systems are Windows 7 Pro with SP1 and all...

    Both systems are Windows 7 Pro with SP1 and all updates installed, but mine is 64 bit and my friend's is 32 bit. Does this make a difference?

    Not according to Microsoft Technet, but there a few...
  15. The home group should not be a problem, unless...

    The home group should not be a problem, unless you are relying on it as the only way you want to share files and folders. Good luck on the printer: )
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    I assume when attempting to set up the home...

    I assume when attempting to set up the home group, you are running the same OS as the second system and they are both 64 bit. You did check 'permissions' and 'effective permissions' on both systems?
  17. I ignore the work groups - they are there, but...

    I ignore the work groups - they are there, but they are only links (not duplicate files) so they don't use much HD space. Public folders are part of the home group. Look for 'Network' in windows...
  18. I don't use 'home group', but do have my drives...

    I don't use 'home group', but do have my drives set up as shareable. We have 2 windows 7 desktops, one 98 XP desktop and 2 XP laptops, one HP laser printer connected directly to my wife's desktop...
  19. Does the printer have a 'power save' feature? B4...

    Does the printer have a 'power save' feature? B4 you send something to print and actually b4 doing anything else, you need to be able to print a test page. Under 'Devices and Printers' you've...
  20. Will it print a 'test page' (the one that shows...

    Will it print a 'test page' (the one that shows the drivers installed? Can you run the nozzle check from this laptop? Check to see if the printer is set to print b4 all pages are spooled. When the...
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    did you set the permissions on the new folder to...

    did you set the permissions on the new folder to shareable? If you add a folder/sub folder under a shareable folder, it is not automatically shared.
  22. When you open 'Devices and Printers', does the...

    When you open 'Devices and Printers', does the printer show up on the new laptop? Is the printer set as the default printer on the new laptop? If it shows up - does it show as being 'on-line' or...
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    Does the drive show up in the BIOS? If not, you...

    Does the drive show up in the BIOS? If not, you have a problem (like maybe a bad drive, bad track zero)
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    do you have a friend with a functioning system? ...

    do you have a friend with a functioning system? if so see if you can connect your monitor(s) up to their system. That should help isolate the problem.
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    I also have a system I built myself and my...

    I also have a system I built myself and my primary drive is a M4 Critical 128 GB SSD. When I initially installed Windows 7, the install created the 'System Reserved' partition from the 'C' drive. ...
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