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Why is there no lan? Did you somehow turn the wireless off? Are other
computers able to connect to the wireless if so that means your wireless
is probably off.
Maybe you don't have your wireless turned on. Look on
both sides and in front for the Wireless Switch and turn it on.
Also once the wireless switch is turned on there are keystrokes that can toggle
the wireless on or off. Normally you would Press and Hold the FN function
key located at the lower left of the keyboard, then hit the correct F1 thru F12
key that toggles the wireless. The correct F1 thru F12 key to hit will
have the wireless signal icon )))) on it. Or it might have the icon of a tower
with the wireless signal icon )))). Normally the screen will display
Wireless On or Wireless Off when you toggle the wireless.
Some laptops will have a button to push that toggles the wireless. it
might be located on either side or front or just above the keyboard.
If no other computers are able to connect then go to the wireless router
and unplug it for 30 seconds, then plug it back up. If you have a
modem and a router, you only want to unplug the wireless router.
This seems to be a small issue with your desktop settings.
To fix this there are couple of steps that can be tried, which are as belows:
Right click on desktop -> properties. Click the Settings tab and then click the [Advanced] button. In there, you might find a tab called "Intel Graphics" or whatever the name of your card is. Click on that, and often there's a separate advanced or graphics properties buttons that lets you rotate the screen. OR Hit CTRL-ALT and one of the arrow keys (you know, the ones that move the cursor around).
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You can restore the "menu" of the "startup" to how it was before.
The idea is to reset the CMOS/BIOS to the original factory settings. There are 2 ways of doing this:
1. Is to hit F2 again and look for Default Settings, click on that, save and exit; or
2. (Preferably), open your PC and look for the reset jumper (3 terminal
with 2 shorted via a jumper). This is normally located very near the
backup Lithium battery. Temporarily, move the jumper to the opposite
pair and replace back to original position after a couple of seconds.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turn up or should you need additional information..