Well, Q is definitely right in that, barring a BIOS update (or some program that overrides BIOS handling of RAM after boot) your best bet is to go back to a RAM type and speed setting that the BIOS will recognize.
google'd around for awhile--one (slight) possibility that turned up: try to re-assign the drive letter (volume letter) for the offending device under computer management. This worked for one guy at least ("thumb drive not...
Also might be of help.
Method 1: Initiate recognition of the USB device by using Device Manager
Method 2: Disable power management of the USB hub
Taken from microsoft's support site.
I have a request/suggestion for the Admins/mods around here.
I was poking around my user control panel, and noticed that I had an "attachments" page. In it, it showed that I was using 1.41 MBytes of 10 Megs available to me,...
The site currently has the little bar full of numbers: 1 2 3 4... 99 etc.
What about, in addition to this, a pulldown box that lets you scroll through a list of pages to jump to?
There might be other ideas as well: the only reason I...
WiMax is rolling out soon.
For WiFi you have 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, and the just-now-officially-finalized 802.11n formats.
a/b/g = 11 Mbits/sec (b and fallback for a and g) or 54 Mbits/sec (a and g).
n = 300 Mbits/sec.