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Computers Unlimited LLC can answer question pertaining boot failures, Blue Screen of Death (BSOD), Windows upgrade options.

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15 years experience in Information Technology and end user support. The owner of Computers Unlimited LLC can answer question about configuring and troubleshooting both Windows XP home and Professional in a home environment as well as business.


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2016-06-30 what is my computer's problem and how to solve it:

Hi Pui,  Sounds like you may have a bad or corrupt video card driver or video card.    Go to the manufactures website for yout video card, most likely Nvidia, ATI (now AMD) Intel or possibly Via. Download

2016-06-09 Installing Windows XP:

Hi David,  You most likely need the SATA drivers for the hard drive interface of you computer. Check Dells website for SATA drivers for a floppy disk. Follow the directions from Dell to create the disk

2015-12-13 Installing Windows XP Home 32bit on an HP Pavilion Slimline S5510F Desktop PC originally having Windows 7. Home Prem. 64bit:

Hi Christopher,  How old is this computer? If it is fairly new (purchased in the last couple years), I highly doubt you will be able to find the drivers for all of the hardware. PCs that came with Windows

2015-10-31 firefox:

Hi Clem,  Microsoft is no longer supporting Windows XP this means that Microsoft will not release any new updates for it. Because Microsoft is no longer supporting Windows XP other software companies such

2015-09-07 Unmountable boot volume:

Hi Mike,  No unfortunately their is no other way to test the hard drive other than to simply replace it.    Did you burn the image to CD or just copy it to CD. In other words when you open "My Computer"


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