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At first glance the Windows 7 calculator looks just like Vista's version, but explore the Mode menu and you'll see powerful new Statistics and Programmer views. And if you're clueless about bitwise manipulation, then try the Options menu instead. This offers many different unit conversions (length, weight, volume and more), date calculations (how many days between two dates?), and spreadsheet-type templates to help you calculate vehicle mileage, mortgage rates and more.Don't take any Windows 7 applet at face value, then - there are some very powerful new features hidden in the background. Be sure to explore every option in all Windows applets to ensure you don't miss anything important
Well it's possible your keyboard itself has a hardware malfunction (meaning the keyboard itself could be bad)
However, if it's not broken, one thing you can check in Windows (using your mouse only) is to go into the control panel
In Windows XP find the "Regional Settings" applet, or Vista/Windows 7 find the "Region and Language" applet (NOTE, you will NOT find these settings in the "Keyboard" applet)
In there you can change the settings of your keyboard to different layout and different languages....it's very possible that you can hit an accidental keyboard combination that could have changed these settings and thus make your keyboard seem like it's acting funny.
One of the most common things I have seen with this...is if you tap the SHIFT key 5 times in a row it will turn "Sticky Keys" on and off....there are a few settings in the Regional applet that may be able to give you some answers or help you out. Good Luck!
The java applet code can only communicate with the server the applet was loaded from (unless it is signed and trusted by the browser).
Then, you need one of the following : Either *) Your database server will need to be the same as your web server (and open to the world). This is not recommended at all, for security reasons mainly, but also performance reasons. *) You will need some server side scripts (php and/or cgi) to handle specific requests from the applet and send the information back. (Give some thought to the fact that people might access these scripts without the applet, and will be able to see all the communication between applet and script)
"load: class JFI.class not found." Based on the console output, it means that it cannot find the java applet class. In other words, the applet is missing on the server side. There is nothing that you can do about it, unless you know the person who created the applet. Good luck :)
1. sound driver
2. microphone settings in volume control applet
3. tap test (tap the area around the microphone and see if eg Sound Recorder picks it up)
4. external microphone
If you get to step 4 before you get anything then your problem is one of missing or damaged microphone.
I understand you know what you are doing, but sometimes step by step tips might help you with something you could have overlooked, so here we go;
- You have selected the proper driver for the recordings (mike input) in : Volume Settings ~ Options ~ Properties ~ selcet the right mixer
- There is no other audio program installed that overruled the standard Windows setting to use another input driver or I/Face ?
- I am not 100% sure if the 5100 has a front entry Mike input, but if so, have you checked that input, instead of the standard backside input ?
- I know that some Dells have a small applet running that automatically detects if a device is connected to the mike input or speaker output. Play a bit with these connectors in/out, speaker/mike. Maybe the applet pops up and needs to be reconfigured. I'm sorry I cannot tell you which applet it is and how to start it from Windows, maybe someone else can help with that.
- Try the straight forward program Windows recorder in Start ~ Programs ~ Accessories ~ Entertainment ~ Sound Recorder ~ Edit ~ Audio Properties and selecxt the proper Audio Interface.