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Go Here and it will tell you how to get to the Help and How To menu inside of Puppy.
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Got it.
Which video is better.

INTEGRATED VIDEO ATI Radeon™ HD3000 Graphics, On Board Graphic Max. Memory Share Up to 512 MB

or her PCI card

ATI Radeon X300SE

* 128MB DDR memory
* PCI-E (Express) interface
* I/O Ports: VGA, Composite, S-Video (S-VHS only - integrated tv encoder)
* TV-Out support
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Apologies for bumping this thread, but I am in an identical situation to the original asker. I have a HP m7000, and it looks like my PTGD1-LA motherboard has packed in after three years. I am resigned to it being a write off (I have actually wanted to upgrade for a while now), but just wanted to ask how best I can check if my Hard Drive (C:Drive) is also affected/lost?

I had backed up most of my important stuff onto an external hard drive, but I would still lose a heck of a lot of important stuff were the C: drive to be lost as well. How can I check to see if the data on it can be transferred off? Or recovered, in a worst case scenario. Thanks, Nick
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Normally I wouldn't reply to a bumping but Tigey you can take out the HD out and slave it to a known main drive in another system. If the drive is recognized and can be accessed then most likely it is working.

If you need further assistance start a new topic and we'll be glad to help further .
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