Measure the distance of the diagonal (from one corner to the opposite corner) of the screen on your computer monitor to the nearest tenth of a centimeter or sixteenth of an inch. Measure the height of the screen along the vertical as well. Use the Pythagorean theorem to find the width along the horizontal
In your post, include the length of the diagonal, the width, and the calculations needed to determine the horizontal length of your computer monitor. After you have calculated the approximate length using Pythagorean theorem, use a measuring device to measure the horizontal length of your monitor. Was your measurement close? Why might the measurements not be exactly the same?
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Remove the AC adabtor and battery. Remove the screen bezel by removing the four rubber bungs in the corners and renoving the screws beneath them. Remove the screen by unscrewing the four screws along the side of the screen. Carefully remove the screen.unplugging as you go. Replacement is the opposite method Hope that helps
first remove the power cable then casing cover of your computer then remove the cable of the hard disk (also the power cable too ) then put it back again .. then put back the cover of computer casing and the power cable then test it again..hope this help... tnx
Are you the original owner? If you did not make a set of recovery discs, you may have to go to emachines and order them. They are about $20. I recently refurbished an emachine and that is what we had to do.
You will need the model number and serial number. They cannot download it to you either.
If you want to restore the machine to factory state I would suggest using the restore disk that came with it originally.
You possibly will need to go into your particular bios and set the boot option to start with the cd and then save and restart with the first cd in the drive. From that point you will need to follow on screen prompts to start the restore.
If you do not have the Cd's you can contact Emachines to order a replacement. You can contact them with the information below:
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Turn the computer off, then turn the computer over with the screen shut. Take a screw driver and un-screw the memory housing (that is the big part.) It is the opposite corner from the battery. Be sure to unplug the ac adapter, and remove the battery. Your owners manual will tell you how to do it. If you don't have it you can download it from Acer Support.
Hey there stuart cdm, the task bar problem can be solved by scrolling down to the taskbar and right clicking on it to reveal a box which has properties listed on it. Left click on properties, and choose your options, you can uncheck the keep the taskbar on top of other windows option. You should also experiment with the other options checked to see which ones you prefer.
The size of the internet screen can be adjusted by clicking on the box next to the red X at the top right corner. then move your pointer to the right or left edge of the window and go back and forth until the arrow appears. When the arrow is visible, hold down left button on the pointer, and slide side to side until you get the size you prefer. You can also do this for the top or bottom, or on corners it will give you a diagonal arrow and allows you to expand or shrink the window easily. You can use this function to adjust the window size for any function and your pc should remember your last setting and keep it until you change it again. Good Luck!