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Re: multiple screens opening
You may have your mouse Double-click sensitivity set too fast
Go to Control Panel> mouse> in there move the bar closer to the slow adjustment. You can test your clicking on the box to the right of the adjustment.
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If the freeze happens every time a certain hardware device
is plugged in or switched on, the device itself might be to blame. Check
the manufacturer's website for updated drivers for the device, and
download and install them to erase any bugs that might exist in your
version. Similarly, if the freeze only happens when using one particular
application, that program might also be the root cause. Check the
developer's website for updates. If the problem persists, uninstall and
reinstall the program. This process replaces any software files or
settings that may have been damaged or deleted.
Overwhelming a PC's processor or memory by requests can also lead to the
computer freezing up. If the issue occurs when large files or complex
applications are being handled, shut down any running application or
background utilities you don't need for the project you're working on.
This frees up CPU time and RAM space. Within individual programs, avoid
opening up multiple files or websites at the same time. If the problem
persists and if opening multiple large files simultaneously can't be
avoided, consider a hardware upgrade Please follow this instruction.
contact the manufacturer or go to their site and speak with a support tech. Sound like you have several issues with settings Your user manual will correct some of the issues you have presented here. Some issues such as the browser not allowing downloads could be due to a firewall setting. check the firewall allowances.
There shuld be a Print Screen button on yout keyboard. Once you have pressed Print Screen go to Start > All Programs > Accessories > Paint.
Once the Paint program is open hold CTRL + V or go to the toolbar and click Edit > Paste.
It should now paste the screenshot in the paint program. You can now save it as a .jpeg image file.
1) Open your web page code in a web editing application like Adobe Dreamweaver.
2) Place the cursor in the section of your HTML code where you want the multiple websites to appear. 3) Type "<iframe src ="www.site1.com" width="x" height="y"> </iframe>" (without the outermost set of quotes) into your HTML code.
4) Replace "www.site1.com" with the web address of the first site you want to include on your web page.
5) Replace "x" and "y" with the pixel dimensions that you want to use for each website on your page.
6) Repeat Steps 3-5 to create an "iframe" element for each additional website you want to include. Remember to enter a unique URL in each section of the code.
7) Save your HTML code and upload it to your active web server.
You may follow the above steps to combine multiple webpages in one website. Alternative: If you are using the Mozilla Firefox browser, you may use install the Page Zipper Add-on to combine multiple webpages. link to download the Add-on: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/11284/
Reboot ---> as soon as you see the very first opening screen (the manufacturers screen, BEFORE the windows screen) press and hold F8 --> the menu that appears will give you some options, choose "Boot in Safe Mode" --> When Windows loads, it will either give you the option immediately to run System Restore (or go to Start ---> Help & Support --> System Restore)
Either way, if the computer is attepting to open a command prompt from a normal icon, you have issues! Try to restore it first to a date sometime before the problem started!
click on File at the top of the screen make sure it's not checked work offline.
Also make sure you have valid shortcuts of actual websites on your desktops and not copies of those same webpages, the difference is that when you click on a copied webpage it will almost always open up as an "offline" web page. When you click on an actual shortcut icon of a website it will open up and go to the website, however you still need to ensure that "work offline" is not checked.
Also update your internet explorer.
Another thing you can do is, open up a program that you know will pull up a webpage and try it that way. A final thing you can do is go under the Internet Explorer folder in the Programs folder under your hard drive and click on the Internet Ex icon there.