have been made aware of the network icon issue in Linpus Linux , and
have been provided with a temporary workaround, while the software
vendor investigates this issue. Please follow the steps below: 1. Open the terminal by "ALT+F2" and then type "terminal" ->Run. 2 Run "mv ~/.gconf/system/networking ~/" to clear all the root network connections.
There is one space between mv and ~ and one space between networking and ~
After doing this, it will not have "ANY" network connections that may have been previously setup in network manager. Reboot the unit and the network icon will appear. You will need to configure your network again.
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Proxy - Go to Start > Control Panel > Internet Options > Connections > LAN settings. Remove Proxy server option. If this gets you on the internet go to next step.
IE - Go to http://support.microsoft.com/fixit/ Select Internet Explorer option. Select Fix performances, page... Select Crashes or errors. You now have an array of MS fixes, including an auto Fixit installation. This is a new and dynamic site. Respond back with feedback, and GL
The best way to check if the computer can access to Internet is to boot the computer to "Safemode with Networking", to do so, restart the computer and as soon as it restarts keep on tapping F8 key, now select "Safemode with Networking" from the Advance boot menu. Try to connect to internet. If you are able to connect to Internet then the issue is with the firewall on you computer, contact the firewall manufacturer or settings. If you are still unable to connect to Internet, then the internet setting are not correct, you may need to contact the ISP.
was you activate your wireless adapter?press Fn+F3 to activate
was you connect your acer to wireless network?
at windows xp : click network connection click show available network, chose the network name then click connect, open browser (internet explorer, mozilla firefox, etc) try to open page
at windows vista or windows 7: click at network connection, right click then chose connect to :
then chose the network name then click connect, open browser (internet explorer, mozilla firefox, etc) try to open page
Vista . . .
Have you got a different browser such as, Firefox, e-capsule private browser, etc. download them on to a USB and put it on your laptop install it and there you go.
1) Reinstall the sound drivers 2) IE, click tools, internet options, connections, LAN settings, auto detect settings Firefox, tools, options, advanced, network, settings, direct connection to the internet. ~ If both are still not working, trying reinstalling each one.
3) As for the e-recovery error. I have heard that dell and sony vaios can go threw the recovery mode in the bios. Try hitting f10 when the computer is starting up. If you're still having problems with the e-recovery console contact acer and let them know about the problem you are encountering. You can always ask them for the recovery disks.