I have a windows warning message on the monitor screen everytime i turn it on and i have a son in afghanistan i want to email but i am scared to with it on there. i have run a one care live protection and everything else is off but that windows warning message thing. can u please help me?
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What operating system are you using? I have had several computers with the same problem, with different varieties of Windows. I go to the Power options and set the screen not to turn off to prevent the locking. I then use a power bar to turn all the power off to the computer, monitor, and printers to ensure there is no power leakage.
Do you see an error message on the screen or, does it blue screen with an error message? When you boot up press F6 just as the PC drops out of BIOS mode. Select "Last Known Good Configuration". If that doesn't fix it, look up the error code on the blue screen with Google. Most blue screens are fixable. Some require a complete rebuild of your hard drive.
Computer users occasionally have a need to rotate, or "flip," a monitor display to be better able to read long documents or to view pictures. Because rotating a computer screen is such a basic function, modern operating systems (Windows XP and up) include hot keys and display options that enable the user to rotate the computer screen by 90, 180 and 270 degrees. Rotating the computer screen allows for more display options. For instance, when rotated 90 degrees, a 1680x1050 monitor becomes a 1050x1680 monitor, which provides more vertical pixels than a standard display.
Windows XP/Vista Monitor Orientation Minimize any windows or programs to the taskbar. Click the desktop. Press "CTRL" + "ALT" at the same time. Press one of the arrow keys to flip the monitor orientation by 90, 180 or 270 degrees. The left arrow rotates the computer screen 90 degrees; the down arrow rotates the computer screen 180 degrees; the right arrow rotates the computer screen 270 degrees; the up arrow resets the monitor orientation. Rotate the computer screen in Windows Vista by opening the Control Panel, searching for "Tablet PC" and changing the "Orientation" drop box to the desired rotation. b> Windows 7 Monitor Orientation b> Click the Start menu at the lower-left hand part of the screen, and open the Control Panel. Select "Display," then click "Change display settings" from the left column. When using multiple monitors, select the monitor that you would like to rotate. Click the drop box next to the "Orientation:" option. Select the desired rotation and click "Apply." Click "Keep Changes" or "Revert," depending on preference. Click "Apply" in the Display Settings window. Click "OK" to finish. Hope this helps
For some God awful reason HP has the default backup area as the D Drive. This is where tht built in restore partition is stored. Even better you sometimes can't get the discs to burn as they should because the system might believe that the backup has been made already.
Try this again and make sure it says that it is the DVD burner. Oh, and be sure to burn this to DVD. It will take a few DVDs rather than nearly 20 CDs to back up the system.
Don't forget to make copies of tehose discs as you are only allowed to make one set.
Please for the love of all things don't try to remove the files from the D drive as you might remove something you shouldn't and kill the restore partition.
I also recommend picking up a better incremental backup solution such as Acronis True Image. Last I checked it was about $40. Much better and more secure that windows restore points as many viruses can directly infect the Windows restore files.
So this is in your internet window? Pretty much all internet windows are unencrypted and unsafe. Use Outlook for encryption. It is more than likely is a generic XP warning window. Click on it and should just redirect you Yahoo. Yahoo mail, hotmail, gmail, they are all encrypted to a certain degree. Don't send passwords, bank account info, etc. through email though. Hope that helped.
SMART means self monitoring and reporting tool, this is the option which performs certain test for the status of hard disk health, if its coming it means condition of your hard disk is not good, its better if you immediately back up your data and replace it, by the way you can also disable this warning through the bios, just disable the smart feature in hard disk
If you are using your comuter with batteries and have your screen in low brightness may be the tube is damaged and the low brightness is giving you probles. Try setting the screen brigther and see how it goes.
You can also try to locate the FL-inverter board. It is a single PCB and should be just below the TFT. Disconnect and reconnect the incoming and outgoing connectors a few times. But please be very careful not to damage the cables or connectors.