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You connect your Nextbook to YOUR WiFI HOME NETWORK (not the Internet) FROM THE NEXTBOOK, not from the laptop. On your Nextbook, go to Settings then Wi-Fi. If your Nextbook is already connected to your WiFi home network you will see the network's name there and you are done. If it is not connected, a list of available WiFi networks appears. Tap on the name of your home network and it will connect to it. If your network is password-protected, you will be asked to enter it.
It is on the right hand side of the laptop above the dvd drive. There will most likely be a blank piece of plastic that protects the opening, if you press on this blank it will release and can be pulled out of the way, this blank and the memory card only fit one way and when you put the card in, it will click in place and lock, to unlock simply push in on the card and will unlock and can be pulled out. Below is the service manual, look on page 249, chapter 4.3.2
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I have this same laptop. It is pretty simple to tear apart. Is there any specific areas you wish to access or did you want to just take it completely apart? If you are going ofr the keyboard ribbon or the touchpad ribbon, just undo the two screws out that are located behind the pivot point of the screen, then open the laptop and remove the small plate. This reveals access to two more screws (2 silver, 2 black). Remove the silver ones not the black ones. The black screws remove the lower shell assembly. Once the silver screws are removed the accessory bezel can be removed. ( the one with the power button and lights)
There are yet two more screws that lock down the keyboard. Remove them and pivot the keyboard toward the touchpad. You can now safely remove the keyboard.
1. At the BIOS password
prompt ("PASSWORD = "), press and release the following keys,
one after another: Ctrl, Tab, Ctrl, Enter The computer's response
should be: PC Serial No.= XXXXXXXXX
Challenge Code= XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX
Response Code= 2. Get
response code from your local toshiba support center Then follow the instructions the support guy will give you to unlock the laptop
Could be a bad driver or a damaged palmrest.
Try to reinstall the touchpad driver.
Go here and click 'synaptics touchpad'. Go through the process and restart when prompted.
If it still doesn't work, it could be a damaged palmrest. Call HP at 800-474-6836 to see if your warranty covers the replacement. Otherwise, they can further diagnose the issue and refer you to service centers for parts replacement.