The longer my lap top is on my ability to click on a link and get a screen to pop up deminishes. When my computer is first on all of the sites come up but it continues to reduce until no links will work. When I shut off my computer and turn it back on the same process start over again. I never had this problem before. Any answers? Thanks
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Right click on your desktop and click screen resolution. Increase your resolution. If you are not able to then you need to download your display driver. Search for device manager and go down to your display. If it has a broken or missing driver then go to hps website download and install the driver.
FIRST, FOLLOW THIS LINK: http://driverscollection.com/?file_id=33319
Type in the code and click Download File, scroll down a bit... there should be a blue link that says "Direct Link" Click the link. When the box pops up, Click SAVE. Make sure the "CLOSE THIS DIALOG BOX WHEN DOWNLOAD IS COMPLETE" is UNCHECKED. It may say something similar depending on XP or Vista. After the file is done click "OPEN" Afterwards double click the folder "SOUND DRIVERS" and then click a file named "SETUP.EXE" Note: There may be several files saying SETUP, try them all until a box informs you that you are installing the driver. Follow on screen instructions, and then your on your way to having a sound of a time with your Toshiba. If you have more questions please email me @ ThinkingComputers@yahoo.com . Thanks, James
All you need to do is plug the video cord in and right click on an open space on your desktop. On the pop up menu select the Intel TV wizard. Then follow the on screen guide to use your TV as your second monitor.
have you done a maintainance on it to get rid of all the excess information?? if not..go to start--then all programs, then accessories, then tools, click on disk cleanup. click on yes to all when the pop up box show up.
after this do a defragmentation-- go to start, all programs, then accessories, then tools, then disk defragmenter. click on analisys-- this will tell you if you need to defrag your system. if yes-- do it..it will take time to defrag, but it will speed up you game play ability.
Computers no longer come with hardcopy manuals, instead the manuals are a file on your computer. Go to your start menu, click on all programs, and there should be a folder saying something like Toshiba Documentation, which will contain your manual.