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Re: freezes on pc
This is a USB driver issue.
Make sure you have correctly installed the usb video drivers which should have been supplied with the unit. Also make sure your operating system has been fully updated. If needs be, uninstall and then re-install the usb drivers and the software.
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I take it that your chute has a handle that turns a gear to make your chute turn. My plastic gear holder broke off so I now turn the chute by hand to where I want it and hold it in place with a tie down then I spin it by hand when I want to go the other way and hook it on the other side of the blower. It's a pain that way but Being an old machine I can't get parts for it. To hook the tie down hooks I drilled small holes in the sides of the chute and onto the body of the blower. To keep the cables from freezing i pour a little bit of car anti freeze on the area it freezes. Don't put too much on.
Its very common problem with dell laptops with DVD drive, after 3-4 yrs it keeps freezes up and stops working. Even mine is Inspiron 1564 and facing same problem. BTW, what is your exact problem is it only freezing but detecting DVD? or not even detecting?
I have a 4510s and had this problem before.
Part of the problem was synaptics driver was freezing, Driver
Synaptics software upgrade may help if that is part of your problem.
Have you opened the notebook to upgrade or remove the HDD for any reason?
If so, you should make sure the plastic of the palmrest (which houses
the touchpad mouse) has been correctly fitted back in place. It may also
help to remove the palmrest and ensure the flexible cable is correctly
inserted in the ZIF connector.
I also notice there are some contact points from the PC to the underside
of the trackpad, it may pay to clean those with metho to make sure the
electrical connection is good.
When you install the printer wait till you are prompted to hook up the usb cable. If you hook it up sooner that is the problem. You can have the usb cable to printer but not to the computer. Then run your install disc and you should be fine.