Computer Commando

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  1. WinXP and Win2k usually have built-in drivers. Win98 will need drivers, they should be included on the CD that came with the adapter.
  2. Is external hard drive enclosure powered from USB or from external power supply?
  3. Every Dell has a Service Tag, enter it in here:
  4. How about CD business cards?
  5. Partition Magic
  6. Works for me. 1 AGP card and 1 PCI card. PCI card should be in slot nearest AGP slot. Win98, Win2k, WinXP, all support dual monitors.
  7. Find some kind of brackets to fit.
  8. I'm not so sure your monitor is bad. Viewsonics are very good and your model is even better. Maybe you're just unlucky and it was time for it to go. Don't turn it off, let the computer "turn it off". I've got a 19" MAG and it does the same kind of clicking. I never turn it off, when the computer shuts down, the monitor "goes to sleep".
  9. You've got a 3 year warranty. Clicking is normal. Don't turn off monitor. When you turn off computer, monitor will enter PowerSaver mode.
  10. Tell your cousin to read the Owner's Manual.
  11. Bootable partitions MUST be primary. Non-bootable are logical.
  13. What you want to know is here: All you applications will work, but many peripherals will not (mouse drivers, digital camera drivers, scanner drivers). Win2k3 was designed to be a Server, not a Workstation, but it can be tweaked to perform more like a workstation. I used an evaluation copy for several months. If you want to try out your copy, create a separate partition and configure for a multi-boot (I use Partition Magic/Boot Magic).
  14. AVG-Free Edition works.
  15. 2 Versions of Windows 2000 (Win2k) Windows 2000 Server Windows 2000 Professional Windows 2k-Pro is what you want for your desktop.