iCheese wrote:The CD/DVD drive is dead, the Windows XP installation is dead and there is no boot from USB option.
DrHu wrote:iCheese wrote:The CD/DVD drive is dead, the Windows XP installation is dead and there is no boot from USB option.
http://www.computermechanic.com.au/prod ... _m400.html
http://www.pchub.com/uph/model/0--2416- ... parts.html
http://www.pchub.com/uph/laptop/25-3122 ... Bare-.html
Replace the cd/dvd drive
--even with a USB external cd/dvd drive]
There must be some, in Asia-Pacific region, even factory authorized ones..
Without doing it this way (replace bad parts), it is going to be awkward, since that computer no longer works for you, or can you actually start the windows OS
iCheese wrote:Paying $75 to get this piece of crap running? It's not worth that much.
I'll tell you the exact order of things it does:.
DrHu wrote:Now apart from the sequence you have given, the registry error, why do you think the CD is dead or the USB doesn't work
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