My computer screen will not smooth scroll, though i have it checked to function as such. it is because i had to load a new xp os in it and i cant find what i need to download from averatec to make the computer read whatever is on the screen fast enough so it doesnt blink in and out when i scroll. what do i need/how do i fix?
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The first thing I would do after turning the computer on is check to see if the video output is being directed to the LCD screen. The output can be directed using the Fn key along with the key with the picture of the 2 monitors on the Function keys at the top of the keyboard. Hold down the Fn key and tap the other key once or twice, Next, hook the computer up to an external monitor. Do the same thing with the Fn key to see if it's the LCD screen. If the external monitor works, then you haven't correctly hooked up the LCD screen or it's bad.
bad battery.. RMA that back to where you bought it from. probably wasnt a new battery they sold you. id charge it from completely dead to completely full one more time and if you dont get at least an hour out of the batt then i would return it..
there are combinations of function or "hot keys" for enabling or disabling these functions. The NuLk is a combo of the functin key and the NumLk key pressed simultaneously. The scroll lock is the one keeping your mouse from working properly.
I'm not familiar with your particular unit to advise which keys are necessary to disable Scroll lock, but they should be marked.
Also, some notebooks have a switch to disable the mousepad...Usually indicated by a light located above the pad itself.