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I can answer most No POST problems, compatibility between parts, upgrade options, troubleshooting, etc. Before you ask me a question, please do some research. I do not give PC speed reviews for video games.

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Many, many years of experience working with the hardware components of many types of computers including desktops, laptops, kiosk computers, and even running Windows 3.1, 95, and 98 on the PSP (Sony PlayStation Portable). I've replaced capacitors on desktop motherboards making them working like new again with a high success rate. This is my hobby/job every day.

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Associates of Science in Computer Information Technology

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2016-11-26 Upgrading my PC:

If you require Windows 98 SE to run a specific program that a newer OS will not run, I recommend replacing the hard drive with another IDE hard drive and reinstalling the OS. Installing a SATA based hard

2016-09-12 WIFI BUILT IN COMPUTER:

You shouldn't have any compatibility issues between either OS. There are different specs between wifi adapters, but it will mainly be signal dB strength and supported wifi bands. Either way, anything you

2016-09-05 WIFI BUILT IN COMPUTER:

By default, the computer model did not come with Wi-Fi built-in. Unless you or someone previously has installed a Wi-Fi card, your computer does not have Wi-Fi. You can check to see if you have a Wi-Fi

2016-08-23 Constant Restarting of PC:

It sounds like the issue you are having as being caused by either bad memory or heat. Personally, I'm leaning towards heat. If it is a laptop I would suggest having the computer taken apart and thoroughly

2015-11-01 laptop o/s mirroring:

Hello Chuck.    You can definitely clone the working setup to the non-working setup as long as the hardware for each set of laptops are the same. If the hardware is different for each set of computers

 

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