Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
While on the internet yesterday I got 2 or 3 popups saying something about internet speed monitor?? I immediately closed out but ever since then my computer has been reloading programs every 10 or 15 seconds?? My icons on my main windows page also disappear?? I have shut down the computer several times and it has not helped. I know very little about computers; is this some type of vius and what can I do??
Download avg free, avast, or antivir, install them, then reboot in safemode (hit f8 a bunch right before you see the windows xp bootup logo) and scan the computer. You can download the softwares from:
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Your radio allows you to listen for weak signals on
the current channel at the press of a key.
To turn ON the Monitor Mode:
• For brief listening, press MON button. The RX
• Press and hold MON button for 2 seconds until
two beeps sound for continuous listening. The
receiver circuit stays open, letting both the noise
and weak signals to be heard.
To turn OFF Monitor Mode:
Press MON button to return to "Normal" mode,
and the RX icon stops blinking and disappears.
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