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    Had this same situation a few weeks ago with a...

    Had this same situation a few weeks ago with a clients PC. Turned out to be the onboard NIC. Disabled it in the BIOS, installed a new PCI network card and all was well. Don't know if that is your...
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    My intent was not to insult you. I was just...

    My intent was not to insult you. I was just wondering why someone would think doing a restore was less drastic than removing an installed program? IE7 can easily be removed and re-installed.
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    That's pretty funny; "drastic" to un-install IE7...

    That's pretty funny; "drastic" to un-install IE7 but a System Restore is okay? It is very easy to remove IE7. Look in Add/Remove Programs.
  4. Is onboard sound enabled in the BIOS? Might be...

    Is onboard sound enabled in the BIOS? Might be defect MB? It happens sometimes.
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    Welcome to SysOpt! :t ...

    Welcome to SysOpt! :t

    http://www.partition-tool.com/

    Google.com can be your friend. :D
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    System Restore can be your friend but should not...

    System Restore can be your friend but should not be the first thing to try if you have minor problems. You can un-install IE7 through Add/Remove Programs. Have you tried that?
  7. Welcome to SysOpt someBoy! :t Look in Device...

    Welcome to SysOpt someBoy! :t

    Look in Device manager and see if the sound card appears to be installed properly. If so, check the audio properties to make sure the sound is not muted. Also, be...
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    Try resetting the router (using the reset...

    Try resetting the router (using the reset button). If that doesn't work, return the router.
  9. True, the real Dell disc is better but if you...

    True, the real Dell disc is better but if you just say when asked that this is the CD that came with the PC and it is only installed on this PC, it has always worked for me. I have done it many...
  10. You can use any OEM XP CD (preferably with SP2)...

    You can use any OEM XP CD (preferably with SP2) with the Product Code on the case ( I do it all the time). You'll just have to call MS to activate it.
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