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Posted on Dec 25, 2008
I assume you already have a cable or DSL modem and you were already connected to an Internet Service Provider and you no longer wish to connect to the Internet using your wireless card and wireless router.
1. Just remove the add-on wireless card from your laptop, no need to do anything on your laptop, if you wish to connect wirelessly again, just insert your wireless card and configure the wireless router again.
2. Turn off the wireless settings on your wireless router - you have to go into the wireless router configuration. This prevents anyone (unauthorized persons) accessing the Internet using your wireless connection.
3. Connect a network 10baseT cable to a 10baseT port on the router and the other in the 10baseT port on the laptop.
The network settings should be already setup for you to connect to the Internet (especially when you had access to the Internet previously), if not get back to me and I will give you further information/instructions.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
You have a sick laptop, could be simply a faulty power adapter to a faulty motherboard. The Evo is old and probably not worth fixing, better to put your money towards a new laptop.
There is a way to retrieve data from your hard drive provided it is not faulty.
Remove the hard drive from the laptop and connect it to an USB hard drive adapter. Insert the adapter into a working computer's USB port and the computer will see this as an external hard drive. You can then open the folders and view your files. Copy the various folders and files you require to a USB memory stick and/or burn these to a CD etc.
It pays to backup your data regurarly because if the hard disk fails and this can happen unexpectedly, you will lose your data.
If the hard drive is faulty, there are companies that can retrieve data from faulty hard drivers, but it will cost you an arm and a leg for their services.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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