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If you have a recent version of Windows, search for "Snipping Tool" You can take a screenshot of anything.

ASUS Computers &... | Answered on Apr 18, 2019

All you need is the MPEG-2 codec.

Download and install VLC Player. It includes MPEG-2 (and many, many other codecs). The program itself is free and works great.

I suggest you give the actual player a try. It's way better than WMP. If you decide you don't like it, just leave it installed. WMP can use the codec that VLC comes with to play DVD's.

ASUS P5PE-VM... | Answered on Apr 17, 2019

seems like you missing codec. esiast way is to install VLC player go here and install that player. it can play the most codecs.

ASUS Eee PC 900... | Answered on Apr 17, 2019

Have a closer look ... that appears to be in IS7-V2 board 478&pPRODINFO=Driver

If the link doesn't work right you may have to copy and paste the entire link into your browswer

Download the Realtek Lan driver you should be good to go


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ASUS P4B533-VM... | Answered on Apr 14, 2019

Your parents most likely put it on the computer so that you wasnt able to enter stuff that you shouldnt be entering.

Ask your parents.

ASUS Netbook | Answered on Apr 11, 2019

save your personal stuff on a portable hard drive and try factory reset the whole computer or try to run your laptop from a portable hard drive or maybe you can also use a v.good SD to do that as-well - easiest way to check your hardrive

ASUS Computers &... | Answered on Apr 09, 2019

Press the Delete bottom on start up and you will enter the BIOS

ASUS Computers &... | Answered on Apr 07, 2019

You can buy it from Amazon online

ASUS Computers &... | Answered on Apr 06, 2019

Try pressing and holding F2 while powering on. Continue to keep F2 depressed until setup menu comes up.

ASUS Computers &... | Answered on Apr 06, 2019

How to replace, (the word how missing ) means many things.
but there NO HDD here, ok? its SSD already but pathetic in size.

but on any computer, old. (generic answer, more later)
1: we buy new SSD , HDD are old and slow, and we bet SSD.
2: then we install it, means remove old and put in new. (screws out then back in , all)
3: then we install the OS from scratch, there is no OS now, so must be installed fresh and new, (no OS stated by you)
Asus, All-in-One (AIO) A10 fake desktop it is.
there are man sub models of this PC.
here is the top of the list of 10 models. IUKH sub.
it's 6 years old.

this lame AIO came with (2 options)
16 GB (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)
(drive space) pathetic is the word here , not any good for W10.

this toy grade PC has no service manual not even a full spec.
what it has inside I guess is a early form of M.2 SSD.
it does not have a real spinning (rust) HDD.
not at all. I bet its not bad the SSD, only too full.
16GB is hopeless, sized, windows live updates will kill that space dead.
Some of these PCs have a soldered down FLASH I.C. chip as seen 2009 era (and can not be replaced)
old: 2009? mSata device (mini-sata)
as tech and the lack of ASUS spec. sheets. or service manuals of any kind...
but but… first..... things ,first.....
we see if the 16GB is full. and fix that.(clean it)
if not full and boots ok, with free space (1/2 empty is best practice) do that now.... ask how.

if needing more space, SURE, we then open the AIO up, full only and find this silly 16GB wonder chip, to see if it can be replaced at all.?
if not we just scrap it this PC. (2013 made)
some of these cheap PC can not be upgraded.
but if there is a Msata card or real SATA DRIVE, yes.
1: find the 16GB device, it is NOT any HDD, but early SSD.
2: then try to upgraded it, (look first and tell what is there)

some other submodels (unstated by you )
do have a real HDD dead center, rear (case back off)
just below the fan, metal cover off that and here.

what you have , we will never know until you learn to post full model numbers.
et2221-xyz123 ( what is xyz123)?????????????????

ASUS Computers &... | Answered on Apr 06, 2019

Make sure that you have reset the router by holding the reset pin in for at least 10 seconds while the router is powered ON.
Default password:
User: admin
PW: admin
Remember, both are lower case.

ASUS RT-AC68U... | Answered on Apr 06, 2019

"The default log-in credentials for de Web Config Interface are "admin" for the username and the password you create the first time around. As with all routers, you can always restore it to default factory settings via the recessed reset button on its back."

ASUS RT-AC68U... | Answered on Apr 06, 2019

did you talk to ASUS?
6 years old today ,2013 made (means newer are much harder)
yours is the modern type, hard.
only they can fix this or to go BIOS PW hacking sites.
your choice, that. we are not a hacking site, in fact is ******* now to do hacks.

ASUS Computers &... | Answered on Apr 06, 2019

check power switch botton

ASUS Eee PC... | Answered on Mar 27, 2019

try to clean with eraser the memory ram...and worst of it remove cpu..the installed it again

ASUS P5N-E SLI... | Answered on Mar 27, 2019

your post makes sense to me.
the conflict of server then workstations.
no purpose at stated for this workstation, nor why you need graphics beyond simple.
No list of purpose or applications that need this powerful motherboard (besides bragging rights?)
Distro;s ?
you do know that all OS can serve files right?
file sharing they all do it!
I guess because the mobo is a tagged server , you think it is, but is not, the WHOLE system is what makes a real server not just the mobo.

why would you need 2 CPU>? what application can you name that will need that, for sure not serving files to 100s of users online.
What a real hardware server can do better is do that with 100s of users or more.
So is just 2 CPU workstation....

I'm not sure what piddly games are?
just Solitaire. or COD infinite warfare.?
Linux games? which ones? Join a real Linux forum?

1: power budget, is simple.(addition math watts is it)
the motherboard (not spec but the manual says)
all HDD. (figure 30 watts to start it and 12w to run)each.
All AMD Opteron 4133 both total max at peak. 95watts
no memory stated, 2 sticks or 8 sticks and no size.

the Radeon WX? what number , non stated. gaming?
wx2100 to 9100 , the latter uses 240watt all by it self.
A Nvidia, GTX1050 is 72watts, and runs any game and by far less cash !@!

memory. ddr3 is 15 to 32watts 4 or 8 sticks)

did you know some GPU cards use 300 watts alone?
the GPU card choice it totally based on your gaming needs, im sure you are not doing engineering simulations on this PC, nor video rendering work so is a gaming box. (after all you design any PC for worst case needs)

so question one is. watts peak
is as follows.
Asus does not spec out its power usage
only says you need 450watts or more.
this is based on 200 watts for 2 CPU.
so the mobo spec, is 250,
It say max on the mobo (chipset - cpu') 100 watts
so here is my tally.
mobo 100w
copu 100 (x2)200 (95 actual)
9100Wx, 250watts (roundedup) (at 550w) so far.
memory 32watts 8 sticks. were at 600 watts easy.
so we go a tad bigger, for margin of error reasons or bad luck. (add 100w) or 700 watts PSU. (q1 answered)
The total build tells me the power needs, and is not stated, only facts like that can one give good advice.
sorry if this is not accurate, but I did show my math.

the OS you run will be what apps you run
none stated
no jobs stated, tasks, purpose, or anything clear.
sorry but that is all I can do with vague inputs.

in linux, use nano editor
make full report of needs, then paste it here.
no need to use cell phone ever to type here on complex topics. ok?

ASUS Computers &... | Answered on Mar 22, 2019

ask them yet
I bet they say no, we are not they are.
if true and I bet is.
only google for stolen /leaked, schematics exist.
google that, we have no time to google for you, that be your job.
ebay has used parts, for all things the OEM no longer supports
you have ebay. (used, new and new old stock parts)
you may have to set up ebay to send you email if an exact part is posted , day by day.
I do this all the time so know.

ASUS Computers &... | Answered on Mar 22, 2019

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