Originally Posted by nedsta
This is a general question about laptops but specifically about the 600e. Can a hard drive with data on it from one 600e be put in another exact same 600e and work or does it need to...
Well, here's the mobo specs:
It's a MicroATX board (Asus A8N-LA), so don't look to add much onto it. Integrated graphics (northbridge), but it does have a x16 slot. Not sure...
All three of them would be considered "peer-to-peer" connections.
You would be able to transfer files in both directions. So you would only have to set up the connection once.
In terms of security, if both laptops are...
Originally Posted by DDDa
Yes, Revenent, that's what I just did. I'm dumb... I restarted both the computer and the printer (power cycle). Windows XP detected it normally.
He he he - glad it worked out...
Leave the printer plugged in, delete the unknown device from Device Manager.
Unplug the printer, re-install the driver from: http://downloads.lexmark.com/cgi-per...&searchLang=en
Plug in the printer again.
See if that works.
If you're really going to go for a Firewire connection between the machines, and assuming you have a cable that works (since it's laptop, I'm assuming 4-pin male to 4-pin male), then it's the same as setting up a RJ-45 LAN crossover...
For a basic box (i.e. no monitors, no external peripherals), you probably need the following:
3. Video card
4. Power supply
7. Hard drive
8. Removeable media drive (e.g. DVD-ROM drive,...