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You need to connect an audio cable from the sound card to the monitor? Once that is connected you should be able to control the sound normally.

Good luck and please let me know how it works out for you!

Northgate G5NSS... | Answered on Apr 11, 2009

goto driver

Northgate... | Answered on Apr 11, 2009

chk the ram

Northgate... | Answered on Mar 21, 2009

If you are getting the problem in the RAM slot then try both the RAM 1 by 1 in that slot only. And start your pc.

Otherwise there is a fault in your motherboard and you need to go the service center.

Northgate... | Answered on Mar 12, 2009

If this is from IE, here's the thread:

If you're using Firefox, check this forum:

Northgate... | Answered on Mar 04, 2009

it is more likely that if you have a system installed on it that you still have the jumpers set to MASTER. you need to change them to SLAVE.

Northgate... | Answered on Feb 28, 2009

hi..It is available on the net.Just enter your
product name and the model number with
the drivers.It will lists you with various
choices.From that you can select your
driver what you need.
check it out..
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Northgate... | Answered on Feb 17, 2009

go to windows start menu and click on RUN. type in "msconfig'' without quotation marks and click enter. the computer will load the system configuration utility, on the general tab, select normal startup option, then click on the BOOT.INI tab the click on CHECK ALL BOOT PATHS,a dialog box will appear to tell you whether the windows boot directory is OK or not. if it displays that they are Okay, then there may be that a virus has affected those files. you ca also type in "sigverif" without quotation marks, on RUN to launch the windows file verification, click on start to check important windows files for their correct version. try restarting the computer. if your system still can boot, open the computer case to make sure that the hard drive, and RAM are connected correctly. if you still having problems, notify me.

Northgate Athlon... | Answered on Feb 07, 2009

Check the inverter circuit.

Northgate... | Answered on Jan 25, 2009

Try to reinstall audio driver on to ur laptop..

Northgate... | Answered on Jan 24, 2009

Since you have the XP licence key, try to get hold of an XP install CD and do a repair installation, using your own key when asked for it.

Northgate... | Answered on Jan 23, 2009

Go to each of your OE folders. Press CTRL and A to select all in that folder. Go to your backup folder for example email inbox backup, and pres CTRL and V. This will paste all teh selected files into the backup folder. You can also use drag and drop. Repeat for each OE folder. I hope I have understood what you want to do properly. I have assumed by OE files you mean all your mail. You can also create a backup by exporting your files.

Northgate... | Answered on Jan 21, 2009

I had the same problem. power led would flash green for a few minutes then the monitor might come to live. the problem was multiple bad G-LUXON capacitors on the power supply board and inverter. the monitor is full of them. just search online for bad caps and they are near the top of the list. replaced them and it came back to life.

Northgate... | Answered on Jan 14, 2009

Heres what you could do and then we can get you the proper drivers.

Pop open the case. Usually there are 2 or 3 screws in the back holding one side (Usually the right side looking from the front)
Do that. and have a look at the mother board. On it there will be identifiers for the board. Either a make and model for the motherboard or writing on the audio chip or vid chip.
Now if you have extra cards in there try and write down what they are especially if your audio cable plugs into one, if it doesnt then dont worry about them

Doesnt matter if you know what you are doing, just make sure the power is off to the pc. and dont pull anything out :) a flashlight usually helps
Write down anything and everything you see in there and post it in here, then I can get you what you need just hit the ask button when you get me the information and i will get you what u need

Northgate... | Answered on Nov 21, 2008

you can download mrecoverxl and try it your data from both the partitions will come in one partition, and your computer will start without instaliing your os too

Northgate... | Answered on Nov 07, 2008

I just Googled modem drivers and came up with several. Among them were and where people will send you files you need. If your machine has the same kind of modem that mine came out with it is a HSP56 MR by PCtel.Inc. I use Belarc Adivsor to tell me what all the files are on my computer and it said that was my modem. If I can find my modem drivers i would be willing to email them to you. I have no paper manual except the Motherboard one that came with this machine. It is a SYNTAX S651M .

Northgate... | Answered on Oct 26, 2008

some computer have a partition set aside for back up. but without the disk it is near impossible to access them.

Northgate... | Answered on Oct 22, 2008

Replace the Drive

Northgate... | Answered on Oct 06, 2008

Sounds like someone tapered with your computer while you weren't looking lol

You may need to perform a system restore to get control back.

You can restore the system by placing your windows CD in the CDROM drive normaly drive D:

Restart the computer

Go to your BIOS

Make sure the boot sequence is set to

1st Boot Device - CDROM D:
2nd Boot Device - Primary HardDrive C:
3ed Boot Device - Floppy A:


then save and exit

restart the computer

you should see ( Windows is now starting your computer )

and the install process will begin.

once windows is installed and you've put your key in

you should go to the windows update site to download ALL critical updates and service packs

Then you'll want to load driver software for your computer,


Northgate... | Answered on Sep 16, 2008

You might need to change your AGP video card (the card where you attach your monitor cable). If a separate video card is not present, you might be getting your video directly from your mainboard. If the latter is the case, you can buy or borrow a PCI card with video port, insert it in a PCI slot in your mainboard and attach your monitor there.

Northgate... | Answered on Sep 03, 2008

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