I have the first model released in Australia of the asus eee pc and when i turn the screen on the start up is normal but after that when the screen set-up is meant to appear it is all black and all that is visible is the taskbar at the bottom of the screen...Pleeaassse help! My waranty just ran out!
Re: Only task bar shows up when eee pc is turned on
I had the exact same problem, what helped me out was restoring to factory settings.. When turning it on, press f9 repeatedly right away until a screen pops up with 3 options. choose the option "restore factory settings" or whatever its called and then type in yes. This is restore your eepc to the way it was when you first bought it. It will erase all your personal data, and changes, but it will give you your desktop back!!
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Asus manufactures computers, notebooks, motherboards and other PC components. Some of their machines have Bluetooth capability. You can use prompts in Windows to make sure that your Asus's Bluetooth capability is up and running.
Open Bluetooth Settings In the task bar, right-click the Bluetooth symbol, then select "Open Bluetooth Settings." If there is no Bluetooth icon in the task bar, go to "Start," then "Run" and type in "bthprops.cpl." Click "OK" to open the Bluetooth Settings window. b> View Options b> Click on the "Options" tab, and select the "Turn discovery on" check box. Click "Apply." b> Allow Devices b> In the "Connections" section, select the check box for "Allow Bluetooth devices to connect to this computer" so that Bluetooth devices can connect to your Asus. Click "OK." b> Testing for Bluetooth b> If you are unsure whether your Asus is Bluetooth capable, try typing in the "bthprops.cpl" command in the "Run" box. If it's unsuccessful, your machine isn't Bluetooth capable. Hope this helps.
Right click on the task bar (I assume you mean the bar that is typically at the bottom of your desktop?) Make sure "Lock the Task bar" is not checked Click on the border of the task bar drag directly from where you clicked to the bottom Adjust height accordingly
Try rebooting, tap F8 to get into the multi-boot options. Scroll down and choose "Last Known Good Configuration" windows should boot up normally. If you have made any hardware changes or if windows perfromed a corrupt update, that will require some additional help.
sounds like a registry error try to start in safe mode if it does the same thing then when it starts to boot and says xp and the bar starts to move hold down the on off button till it goes off and let it set for a bit (let the hard drive stop turning) and reboot should send it into chkdisk whick will correct the registry error