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Go back further in your system restore to an earlier date until normal operation is restored. If this still doesn't work, buy yourself a new hard drive. Put your operating system and programs you use on the new drive and copy file from your old drive mounted in the slave position to copy file from your old drive. Once you have done this, format your old drive and keep it for a spare. Your new drive will have none of the old problems any more. Be careful about the WEB sites you go to and use a quality anti-virus program to screen future problems.
It could be a potentially corrupted movie file or disc. If it is a disc, examine it near a light source to check for scratches; also, consider testing it in a DVD player of some kind, and determine if the audio problem persists. Otherwise, if it is a file, try using another program to play it, or find another copy. If the audio problem persists for all movies, consider changing the program.
if you are using word open up word select view from the drop down list select toolbars select standard formatting
open up word across to the left you will see arial times new roman arial black nextwill be more to name a few of the different languages from the drop down list your documents will be read in
next to that will be a drop down list with all sizes you can change the sizes of text open up a document you should a number of tabs at the top of your screen you should see a number with % percentage with a drop down list which has many zoom increases depending on what page or program font you want to enlarge it will differ for a general web page right click in the top of screen (toolbar) you will see a number of toolbar options select the menu bar this will add to your screen toolbar File Edit View Favorites Tools and Help select the view from the drop down list will be a Zoom with percentages % if you need more help with this post a reply hope it helps
Hello, to turn off the screen saver just follow these steps.
Open Screen Saver Settings by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel, clicking Appearance and Personalization, clicking Personalization, and then clicking Screen Saver.
To turn off all screen savers, under Screen Saver, click (None) in the drop-down list, and then click OK. - or - To turn on a screen saver, click a screen saver in the drop-down list, and then click OK.
control pane > sounds > sounds tab > program event > scroll down until you find the sound named "You've Got Mail" > Highlight it and then click on the drop down list of sounds under that in the window marked Sounds: > at the very top of that drop down list is the word "none" > click that and hit apply, then ok.
Ack. Sounds like you might need to replace your screen (sounds pricey but is cheaper than a new laptop). You can find second hand/refurbished screens or another Aspire with a working screen being sold for parts on Ebay or here
On a side note, if you a have a PC monitor lying around, you can access your files by hooking it up to your laptop via the dvi slot. Granted, it seems a bit ghetto but its a quick fix until you get something more permanent.
I recently broke my iPhone screen and completely shattered a dell laptop a few years ago. You know all those people who are adamant about you buying proper carrying/protective cases? Screw 'em.