I currently have an HP ScanJet 7400C with a document feeder and a slide adapter. However, I have upgraded to Windows 7 and it is not compatible. I want to replace it and network the replacement on my home network. regarding which scanner will be the best replacement?
I just upgraded my computer with a new OCZ 120GB SSD.I wanted to connect my original HDD, two 500GB WD 7200rpm.However, when I connect all three hard drives on my mobo, SSD does not appear on bios. If I connect just the SSD, it shows up, and if I connect just HDD, it shows up as well.However, I cannot find SSD from boot up priority menu if HDD is also connected.There are only three choices: HDD, DVD Drive, and Floppy disk... which I do not have.
I just installed windows 7 (build 7000) on my older dell inspiron 700m. Everything has been running smoothly except for what i believe is a video driver problem. My screen max res. is 1280x800 but it's limiting me to 1024x768 right now. I also can't do things like screen-savers, because when I try to enable them, instead of the preview, i get a message saying that it isn't compatible with Direct3D. I went to the dell website and looked around for the newest driver.
On my system info page, it says that I'm using a standard VGA graphics display.
I'm going to upgrade my Dell XPS 420's RAM (Computer memory upgrades for Dell XPS 420 Desktop/PC from Crucial.com) from 3 gigs (2x1GB & 2x512MB) to 8 gigs. Will two kits of Newegg.com - AllComponents 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory Model AC2/800X64/4096-KIT work even though it is a dual channel kit? Also, according to the Crucial website this is the fastest RAM my motherboard can use, is this correct?