The switch between screen icon at the bottom of the toolbar is not working anymore. Instead of this icon minimizing all the browsers and displaying it in the center of the page with each window overlapping each other it is now displaying a box that appears with the browsers icon. Please help me figure out how to solve this issue
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It appears on the desktop? In IE? Toolbar are killers on broswer speed. I would delete/remove/disable it. Open Control Panel, Internet Options, Programs tab, Manage Add ons, Toolbars and Extentions, disable the toolbar.
I believe Acer has a special key combination to reactivate the touchpad... using the Function Key (Fn). If not that, there should be a program on startup which puts an icon in your toolbar at the bottom of your screen. Click that icon for all your options. Failing these solutions... try deleting the hardware in control panel/system/hardware/device manager/mice and other pointing devices, reboot to see if it now working as it should (USB mouse disconected-of course!)
The wireless switch is on the front edge of the laptop. With the lid closed, its position on the front edge is just under the right latch of the lid. Turn on by sliding the switch to the right momentarily. You should see Wireless LAN Enabled in large green letters appear briefly at the bottom of the screen. A single screen icon should appear in the desktop's Toolbar at the bottom right of the screen. If the icon doesn't appear, then likely the Wireless Network Connection is disabled. To enable do the following steps....
1. click start button at bottom right of screen
2. click Control Panel
3. in the Control Panel window, click Network Connections
4. right click Wireless Network Connection
5. on the drop-down menu click enable
If there is no Wireless Network Connection in the Control Panel's Network Connection, then the setting up of the Wireless Network Connection was skipped when the laptop was first unpacked and setup. In Control Panel, click on the Wireless Network Setup Wizard to setup the Wireless Network Connection.
WiFi icon doesn't show up at the bottom of the screen until you turn it on.
On the left side of the main screen, you will see an icon that says "WI-FI Power". That's the switch to turn it on. When you click it, a little box will appear that says "turn on" when it's off and "turn off" when it's on.
in the menu you need to click on the little ds icon at bottom, then click on the pink toolbar icon then click on the pink icon that look like a gba, it gives you option there to change the default screen for gba games, hope that helps.