In South Africa a Microsoft OS such as Windows XP is very expensive for the average consumer and it is common practice here for most people to copy Windows CD’s and use the same Product Key with more than one Window installation, because most people here simply cannot afford to purchase a brand new Windows CD. Sounds like either the BIOS on the motherboard can’t configure that older drive, or the drive is defective. Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. They have a higher higher max continuous data transfer rate than conventional hard drives. Just buy your desired hard drive.
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If it doesn’t have that, you can determine what Product Key Windows is presently using in Windows itself before you disconnect the hard drive from the other mboard, by using a third party program. Have you tried letting Seatools do the repair?
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I never imagined that my thread would have so many posts and run for so many weeks! There’s a tiny chance there may be a problem with the data cable that could cause the led to not come on – you could try disconnecting the data cable to it, but I doubt the situation will change. If there are two drives on a data cable, if either one or both require an 80 wire data cable, you are supposed to use an 80 wire data cable.
It has several colors of leds under the blue plastic that flash randomly when the computer is running. Or you could remove the floppy drive, remove it’s top cover, and clean off the heads with a Q tip or a tissue, or similar. If you supply the model number for the drive I could look that up.
When u turn on the system do u hear fans spinning or beeps? Must I remove the jumper or just leave it where it is? Thank you for this information. You can have a dual boot situation even when the two operating systems have been installed on different hard drives. 614
Thankfully 98SE works well with mb of ram, and probably doesn’t benefit from more than mb. Programs you commonly need I would like to point out that there are very people who reply to our those of us who frequently answer posts in as much detail as you have – we appreciate that. There is no other hard drive in this computer. There’s probably info in ypur mboard manual about how to properly set jumper settings on hard and optical drives, how to connect the data cables and their connectors properly, and descrptions of bios Setup settings.
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All data on computer drives and memory devices is store in bytes – there are 8 bits per byte. You MAY have problems when you try to un-install those drivers, if you ever need to – they may not un-install.
I reconnected the 6. Although, some really old floppy drives don’t even have that.
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XP just barely works as it was intended to with mb of ram. The rules of this web site forbid us from telling you about anything that’s illegal, as far as the software maker is concerned. Yes I am a very beginner so thanks for the help.
If the XP CD does not have the drivers for the network adapter, you will not see that near the end of Setup. The LED never came on at any stage when I inserted different floppy disks.
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Yes, you could try plugging in any power connector that’s the same shape and size. I found one to format and it took a LONG time to format – which suddenly made me appreciate my current GB MS computer with the convenience of a CD drive, thinking of the days before CD’s arrived here in South-Africa, and how long it took to format floppies, and the space it took to store so many of them, and thinking of one Windows OS on several floppy disks, and if all goes well as it did so far, thanks to your help, then soon I will have a fully functional 2GB computer my MS In that case, you must either run a Repair installation of Windows, or the poor second choice is, you install Windows from scratch.
Even a GB drive is a lot of storage space.
If there was no hard drive in it, it’s the same situation as when a hard drive fails – you may not have a working Windows installation, but you have the license to install the operating system that’s on the label again.
This doesn’t make sense to me, because if the Repair installation method is not available in Setup for the Windows CD’s, why would I want the Product Key, unless I borrowed a CD from someone to install it from scratch and therefore needed to determine the Product Key using a third party program such as Magic Jelly Beanbut then, because I am not the owner of the Product Key, it would be illegal to use it if the owner of it had it installed in another computer?
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