I'm not sure every version of the iPod nano do have the radio feature. You need a receiver to be able to listen to the radio. I've got a 3rd generation nano and I don't have this feature. http://www.apple.com/iPodnano/features/f...-radio.html
Before re-installing anything, you should start in safe mode and try to troubleshoot the problem. On Dell computers, you simply have to press F8 when the computer is starting. A menu will offer you to start in safe mode. Are you up to date in terms of Windows XP security updates? If no, you should start there. http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com Did you try with another mouse? If you don't have another mouse, did you look on your mouse provider's help center if there is such a problem described and solved? Is your mouse driver updated? Do you have an anti-virus? If yes, please run a full scan. If no, you can install a free anti-virus like Avast, Microsoft Essentials or Avira AntiVir. http://www.avast.com/free-antivirus-download http://www.microsoft.com/security_essent...-us http://www.free-av.com/en/index.html Please provide any information you can. It might help. (1) mouse model (2) when did the problem start? (3) what were you doing/what was the last program installed?
You should make sure all your drivers are up to date before even starting to try to solve a problem that might be already solved by an update. This link might help. http://www.ma-config.com/en/home/ It automatically searches for the latest drivers updates for your hardware and offers to download. You might want to have a look at Dell Support Center http://support.dell.com/support/topics/g... I would have gone the extra mile, but you need to provide more information if you want more help. Usually a good start is: (1) Hardware Model Details (2) Operating System (3) When was the last time it was working (4) When did you notice it started not working (5) What were you doing (6) Any info you think can be useful Hope it helps. Cédric
Hi Ben, I'm not sure it's related but there's a very well known problem about the Dell XPS M1530, it's the heating issue. The Graphic Card is too powerful for the fan system (Nvidia GeForce 8600 GT or 8400M GS). I have two XPS M1530 (with the 2 different cards) that reached temperatures over 80°C (Graphic Card), and over 60°C (HDD and Motherboard). I have also experienced key repeating problems before Motherboard + Graphic Card Replacement. Here is a link to the Dell Community about the heat issue http://en.community.dell.com/owners-club/xps/f/3681/t/19255809.aspx ps: Great Answer Erik. Very Detailed and Precise. ps2: To monitor the temperature, you can use a freeware like Speccy