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Please don't fill out this field. After removing the bad module and replacing it with a temporary 32MB module, the system now recognizes all 352MB of the memory. (Max RAM is 768MB).3.5 Inch Floppy drive (Ah, the Does installing from an ordinary Windows XP CD work? Please don't fill out this field.

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Home Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Your name or email address: Password: Forgot your password? The trouble is, there SEEMS to be an obvious place for a 3.5 form factor device underneath the floppy drive.

I'd rather not have to put the thing on rails and mount it under the CD drive. The only conclusion I've come to is that there's something wrong with the onbord floppy controller. Lunar21Jul 22, 2013, 7:22 PM Great that's it all sorted then. Feb 10, 2005 #1 fishhookz TS Rookie Posts: 79 Enable floppy in BIOS.

What Dell models are you trying to install on? You would have to use a Dell Motherboard and guess what??......Dell doesn't sell upgrade parts like that. Show 5 replies 1. I tried leaving a floppy in there while booting, nothing happened.

Even if you can figure out the LED's, etc, there is a better than even chance that the board will not line up properly with the slots. Please don't fill out this field. To install Windows, I had to move the new hard drive to two different machines, since the OS failed to boot on one machine due to the hardware being too new. Some of the other componets are not the same quality as retail componets.

I installed a new floppy, and even used another floppy cable, nothing happened. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1740263/installing-3rd-hard-drive-dell-dimension-9200-xps-410.html fdisk_lba =3D 1 ----- I am attaching a ZIP archive with the setup*.log files from the = installation that show quite a few errors. Apr 4, 2007 Dell Dimension XPS Sep 16, 2013 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment. It just needs a hard drive, since there was confidential data on the original Maxtor 10GB drive.

You are absolutely correct, just get SATA cable.By the way, how did you buy your 3 TB HDD, OEM (just HDD) or in BOX (box include one usually short SATA cable this content It appears that most sata power cables only have 4 pins. Best solution I've seen others do is sell off the parts individually to help fund a new machine. You can only upload videos smaller than 600MB.

I downloaded the kit from the sun page. I just inherited a Dell Dimension with no hard drive. My computer is a bit behind the times and I'd like to upgrade it with a new motherboard, processor (Pentium 4) and video card (a GeForce 4). weblink Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases

More resources See also solved Can I install 1TB hard drive on Dell Dimension 3100? I've = tried > safe mode, safe mode command prompt, VGA mode, last known good > configuration, etc. Latest: limsandy83, Jan 19, 2017 at 5:57 PM Motherboards Rick Perry did not understand what Energy department does when asked to lead it and accepting...

Does a network install without using an unattended file work?

I bought a new case, MB and Power Supply for under $140.00. To help others, please finalize this thread by picking the most helpful solution from above, this will move this thread into SOLVED category. You can only upload photos smaller than 5 MB. I am looking to purchase some accessories from amazon.co.uk to install the hard drive.

As far as I know all other componets can work with a new motherboard. new cap 200GB [TekSavvy] by bbiab276. Problem booting from diskette for installation 807559 Feb 22, 2001 11:54 PM (in response to 807559) I tried all the CDs. check over here Any suggestions whatsoever will help me.

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Lunar21Jul 22, 2013, 4:35 PM The two cables at the bottom of the last picture are the ones that I have spare. You would spend more time and effort trying to get the case to work than it was worth. Trouble is, the drive won't slide in there all the way. They do this over and over again until I power them off.

What you are looking for is basically a plain Sata cable(of sufficient length) and a Sata power cable if yourXPS' power supply doesn't have one. Please refer to our Privacy Policy or Contact Us for more details You seem to have CSS turned off. Install as above, but pull the network plug after first boot (ie. Wird verarbeitet...

This is my first time posting to the list and I am = trying to > get unattended set up to do mass installs of XP SP1 here at work. >=20 ggoyinsJan 17, 2015, 9:41 PM Having to contact the PS mfr to get a 6-pin modular to SATA power cable is unfortunate. read inside....? Any clues?

Please send a copy of unattend.txt, doit.bat and postinst.bat from one = of the machines. (Remember to remove any passwords/usernames/licensecodes.) David Archer writes: > (Sorry for the repost but I forgot Ask a question usually answered in minutes!