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DELL media direct

by mitchparis / May 24, 2007 4:14 AM PDT

Alright!
So ive purchased my dell inspiron 6400(t7200 processor, 2 gig or dual channel 577mhz memory, 160 gig sata hard drive, nvidia geforce 7300(I dint choose the right one during my order, wanted ati x1400)and 15.4 inch screen). The computer commes with something wonderfull. Media direct! NOT THAT GREAT! but its good for music and movie and stuff like that. Anyway, there is a button on the computer for booting media direct when windows isent started. I have this horible probleme, if i press it its a crash button. Screws everything up because i dont have it installed and i dont want it. Anybody now how to deactivate this button.

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One more thing
by mitchparis / May 24, 2007 4:16 AM PDT
In reply to: DELL media direct

Ive looked in the bios but cant find any options.

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If you got the factory disk,
by PudgyOne / May 24, 2007 5:10 AM PDT
In reply to: DELL media direct

I would do this.

Boot up with the factory disk in and press a key to enter.

Tell it you want to install

do the agreement

after that, it will give you the option, choose r for recover.

It will fix the programs that you have trouble with. Takes about 30-40 minutes.

Remember to get your Windows Updates.

Button should now work correctly.

Rick

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Thanks
by mitchparis / May 24, 2007 12:30 PM PDT

I did just that and all a sudden it working. Its much better now i dont have to worry about crashing my pc all the time.

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I had a problem
by PudgyOne / May 24, 2007 6:22 PM PDT
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with the Internet clock not working. I had to do that to get it to work.

Glad you got it working.


Rick

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