unplulg the network cable and reconect it then it works for a while. When I download thngs on internet, it gets disconnected more often I think.
Thanks and do you know the make and model of router everything is plugged into and also do you know if the computers are using DHCP?
Lastly you are definitely losing the connection correct? You cannot browse any website when the problem happens right?
yes, definetly lose connection. I don't know what DHCP is. router is Lynsys and all pluged.
I want to replace a HDD with SSD. there are HDD0, HDD1, HDD2, SATA0 and SATA1 port. the existing HDD is connected to HDD0. Should I just connect the new SSD to HDD0 or SATA0? what's the difference between HDD0 and SATA0?
The HDD0 and SATA0 are both thin same data cable. the existing HDD was a SATA hard drive too but was connected to HDD0. the new SSD drive is also a SATA. is it better to connect it to the SATA0 then? or the same?
I have Dell T3600 desktop which has Windows7 64bit with 4gb ram memory. Just purchased 2x4gb ram to increase the memory but when I install them the computer doen't boot up. error massage says "Alert! The amount of systme memory has changed. Your current power supply does not support the recent configuration changes made to your system........"
If I take out the current 4gb ram and put these two new memory cards, the computer will boot up but still the same error massage shows.
Hello, Sorry to hear you are having trouble. Thanks for letting me know the model as these errors are specific to certain dell models.I cannot find any specifics on clearing that error, I am guessing you have already removed the power cable, if you have not try to shut down, remove the power cable for a few minutes and reboot and see if the error is gone.There is also a diagnostic test you can run which may be useful to see what was/is causing the issue. Try this:Power-on the computer.As the computer boots, press the key as the Dell logo appears.On the boot menu screen, select the Diagnostics option.The Enhanced Pre-boot System Assessment window is displayed, listing all devices detected in the computer. The diagnostics starts running the tests on all the detected devices.If there are any issues, error codes are displayed.Also for your reference check out the owners manual which you can download here it lists all the errors and error codes:http://www.dell.com/support/Manuals/us/en/19/Product/precision-t3600Check out page 37 which talks about the memory specifications.That error is pretty surprising though and not one I have come across personally. Looks like this machine can either ship with a 425 Watt power supply or 635. I suppose you could be pushing a 425 watt too hard with the ram upgrade depending on what other hardware is in the machine.If that doesn't help you may want to open a new question about this and we may have an expert who has more experience with this specific dell.Thanks,Chris
I have a different questoin.
My computer is acting up and slow so I checked "Processes" on Windows task manager and found out svchost.exe's CPU is about 50 and system idel process is about 50. When I check the Performance on windows task manager, CPU usage shows as about 50% which is making the computer slow. Please advice to fix this issue and what is svchost.exe? virus?