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Re: how do i download songs from my directv to my...
Do you have a separate Internet Service Provider or does Direct TV provides the internet access ? Songs from Direct TV are usually of different format and compression so I doubt that it can be downloaded to your computer even wirelessly
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That sounds a bit far-fetched. There are boosters and amplifiers that can increase wifi range omnidirectionally (within a radius), but a satellite dish would form a more or less focused beam in a narrow beam. If you wanted to send a signal from your home to that building, a dish may well work, and since the beam can be directed specifically at the building, it would be harder to intercept and hack the signal unless you were sitting in the path of the beam. Satellite dishes work in the Gigahertz ranges, so albeit there may be some loss of signal since the dish may not be tuned to the exact frequency of the adapter, if the power level is acceptable, the boost factor of the dish focusing the beam should overcome most of the loss caused by a frequency mismatch.
when you are on limewire, at the top of the page you should see a
search button, click it. then you type in the song that you want once
you find it click download. when you click it shold pop up at the
bottom of the page and it should say the song that you are downloadind
and the percent that is done downloading. when it says 100% downloaded
then you should see a button that says clear inactive, click it then go
back up to the top of the screen and you should see a button that says
"library" click it and you should find you song that you downloaded in
He's telling you to press F12 when you see the manufacturer's splash screen after you press the power button to be able to select the drive to boot from, it may say Optical drive or CD/DVD drive, etc.. This is a pretty common keystroke for most laptops.
I found a BIOS upgrade download for the Toshiba Satellite Pro 480 on Toshiba's website under the archived old models listing. I downloaded it on a different machine and saved it to a USB which I then used to copy to the problem laptop and ran it there.
If you have windows XP check : control panel / Sound speech and audio devices / Sound and audio devices. Then check that the volume cursor can be moved and that the device is not muted. If this doesnt work remove the sound card from device manager, and install it back using drivers from your recovery disk or download them from Toshiba website.