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  1. have you gone to support.dell.com and entered your service tag to see if you can get the driver from them? The service tag will give you the exact model number and specs for that Dell. You can try the Windows 7 Drivers and here are the network cards for that model https://www.dell.com/support/home/en-us/product-support/product/inspiron-15r-5537/drivers
  2. I own one of these and it too works with WinXP and above... Supports Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/Linux(kernel 2.6.18-3.19.3)/Mac OS X 10.7-10.11, Compatible with 802.11b/g/n products https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-N150-Wireless-Adapter-TL-WN725N/dp/B008IFXQFU/ref=sr_1_5?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1498079781&sr=1-5&keywords=usb+wireless+network+adapter
  3. So when you right click on the file and choose properties, the file size is empty?
  4. I use ERD Commander from Winternals, it works good sure post it here and one of us can get to it and see if we can help
  5. You may be able to disable the IDE drives in the Bios, but there is no way of telling it that would work unless you tried a reinstall. Even if you managed to change the drive letters, windows would not boot in your existing install because the registry in that install would be pointing to a different drive letter as well as all installed software.
  6. I do not think it is a windows 2000 issue, more like the usb port one that computer is on the blink, or like bj-kaiser could be some crossed wires
  7. We may be able to recover it if we can read what the BSOD is trying to tell us is causing the error. We can stop windows from automatically rebooting if we can change the registry on that computer. See if you can load up BartPE or your fav one and mount to the existing windows. Once you do that edit the registry. Here is what you need to change: Hive: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE Key: \SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control Name: CrashControl Type: REG_DWORD Value: 0 Disable automatic reboot Value: 1 Enable automatic reboot Related: Q174630 - Windows NT Restarts Continuously with Blue Screen.
  8. Great, once you get the right cable let us know if it worked. Some USB 2.0 stuff is backwards compatible.
  9. glad you figured it out, and it is stupid I agree
  10. are you getting a BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) and then a restart? Do you have a different boot CD you can try in case the cd you have is bad or corupt?
  11. you have to be careful if you are using usb to ps2 adapters. I found that they are not really interchangeable.
  12. I would go with the intel one instead
  13. did you download the 32 bit version instead of the 64 bit version
  14. Another thing you may check is this. Right Click on the taskbar, and go to properties In the first tab (Taskbar) towards the bottom look for a checkmark on Hide inactive Icons Then click on Customize Look for the one that says Volume and see what it is set too. If it is set to always hide that is why it may not be there.


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