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Mere pass dot station ka
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on Jul 17, 2011
I am unable boot the
check HDD for corrupt bootsector. Check if any bootable cd /usb key connected to PC. Try removing all external and internal IO cards , USB sticks and try to boot with minimum configuration,.
on Jun 17, 2011
I have one intel
Press F2 while the computer is loading
after that you will see your bios setup
go to the option boot( you can get there using arrow the arrow keys)
you will see the boot sequence configure that like this:
(if you want to boot from Hard-Disk)
1st boot device :Ide-Hdd
2nd boot device: Atapi Boot CDROM
3rd boot device:
(if you want to boot from network-PXEBOOT)
1st boot device: Intel Undi, PXE-2.0
2nd boot ddevice : Ide HD
Hope to help you dont forget to save your configurations pressing F10 and Yes.
on Feb 15, 2011
I have inteldotstatin it is
The problem might be the boot device configuration
in first press F2 while your BIOS is loading
When your BIOS software start to load it will ask you for a
password, press enter and wait for the BIOS to load.
When your bios finish to load go to the option called Boot
you can get there using the arrow keys.
When you find the Bios option called boot you will see a boot sequence
at the first boot device option select Ide-Hdd.
If you want to load your OS using a PXE Boot(network boot)
select Intel PXE 2.0 as your first boot device.
If you want to Load the default config of your Dot Station(wich will make you boot from the hard-drive) go to the bios setup opition called exit and select the option Load Setup Defaults.
press F10 to exit saveing the configurations you did.
Hope that it helps you.
on Feb 14, 2011
I purchase intel dot station
If you know how to burn an ISO image (live CD)...try this.
ON ANOTHER PC...
DOWNLOAD IMAGEBURN, THEN DOWNLOAD AND SAVE TRINITY
RESCUE CD ISO TO DESKTOP. BURN ISO IMAGE TO
CD/DVD. ENTER SETUP, CHANGE CD/DVD TO FIRST BOOT
DEVICE. PUT CD IN DRIVE SHUTDOWN REBOOT AND FOLLOW
INSTRUCTIONS TO RESET PASSWORD. BOTH SITES HAVE
EXCELLENT INSTRUCTIONS. ALL FREE (username not important)
^^^^ HOW TO BURN ISO IMAGE
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on Oct 27, 2010
I have a Intel dot.
you have to make run windows xp setup file from your pen drive or external dvd/rw.then only you can re installl os for your dot station.
on Sep 21, 2010
I have purchased intel dot station from big apple
You cant change the SMPS of this computer as it is built on big PCB and not a regular SMPS box. Then it has a supply for monitor too. And it is not required.
Clean your RAM & reinsert it and re-install Win XP after low formating the drive. It will definately work
And 'Intele', this is a useless, non upgradable & and non-repairable system and to upgrade it with PIII 700MHz CPU you got to add a small resistance to it which onl6y the dealer can do it for you.
Now a days there are lots of used branded P4 systems available in the market - 'dirt cheap'. Dell Optiplex GX280 is one of the good option with P4 3.20GHz pinless (LGA775) CPU, 2GB DDR2 RAM, 160GB SATA drive with Dell usb Keyboard & mouse. Prevailing market price is app. Rs. 7000/- Add Rs. 2000/- for 17" used multimedia monitor.
You can compare all this with Intel Dot Station.
To reach the motherboard of Intel Dot Station one has to unscrew 32 screws. Its so complicated. Spares are not available - then why buy P-III these days?If you are in New Delhi, go & buy from Nehru Place.
on Sep 21, 2010
Hard disk not detect
Check on the BIOS setup (F2 upon bootup) if hard disk is properly configured. If yes, then check on the data cable (ribbon-like cable) and the power cable if both are properly connected too. If yes, then the problem lies on your hard disk.
on Sep 15, 2010
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