I have been using for quite some time a T3500 originally configured in the horizontal orientation.
I am now moving to a location where a tower orientation is preferable.
How do I switch the orientation of the drives to accomplish that?
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Horizontal and vertical just refers to the orientation of the spindle, each has their advantages and disadvantage, the vertical mill is more for standing mechanists and doing more detailed work while the horizontal are designed for cutting heavy pieces.
To change the settings on your mouse pad you should be able to go to: 1. windows Start Button 2. Control Panel 3. Hardware and Sound 4. Devices 5. Mouse This should get you into the settings for the mouse and you can find different settings to change. Depending on your system layout of these controls they might slightly vary, but that should get you into the mouse controls so that you can change the sensitivity.
This should be pretty easy to fix. I have seen this many times before. Here's what to do:
Go into device manager and expand 'universal serial bus controllers'.
Start at the very bottom, and start deleting the usb root hubs one by one. You will lose your touchpad control at some point, as the touchpad is actually a usb device. One of thwo things will happen.
1. The usb hubs will automatically be re-detected and re-installed. 2. You will just lose touchpad control after deleting one of the root hubs. If this happens, then shut down using the power button, and restart. Th usb hubs will be reinstalled once you log back into windows. Please let me know if this doesn't fix it.
Hook an external keyboard to the laptop, if okay! replace the laptop keyboard, if no change! there is a device drive issue, do a system restore of your computer back to an earlier time before this happened.
The IBM ThinkPad Z61t computer runs the Windows operating system. Normally, Windows is displayed on a monitor in a manner that makes it easy to read. If you want to change the screen display configuration (from vertical to horizontal), modify the screen display properties in Windows itself. This process causes the computer to rotate the image displayed on the screen by 90, 180 or 270 degrees, depending on the setting you choose.
1.Right-click on an empty portion of the Windows desktop on the Z61t.
4.Click "Change display settings."
5.Click the "Orientation" drop-down window. Select the "Landscape" option to make the screen display items in a horizontal manner.
Blinking Amber - System fault error condition including Power Supply (only +5VSB working), V reg (Voltage Regulator) failure, missing or bad CPU etc.1 and 3 LED"s indicatesMemory configuration error.
Just to make sure thatnothing else is causing the problem, remove any PCI cards like modem, videocard, sound card, etc... Remove the memory modules and disconnect cables toCD/DVD drives. Look at the USB ports to see if any are damaged.
Go to the BIOS settings and make sure the drives are recognized by the BIOS. Ensure they are set as either Master or Slave drives depending on where they are fitted. Your OS should, once the BIOS picks them up, format as required.
Step One: Purchase the Wii Lens Cleaner directly from NINTENDO. This can be done online at nintendo.com. Contact their support team if you are experiencing disc read errors, as you may be eligible for a free Lens Cleaner.
Step Two: Plug the Wii into an outlet and eject any game that might be in the system.
Step Three: Release no more than three drops of the liquid onto the cleaning pad. Too much cleaning fluid could be harmful to the system's internal components.
Step Four: Place the lens cleaner into the Wii's disc slot. Make sure that the system is powered on and that the blue lines on the cleaner are vertical. The Lens Cleaner should be inserted with the top facing the right side of the system when vertical, and the top when the system is laid horizontally.
Step Five: Move the Lens Cleaner gently up and down in vertically-oriented systems and left to right in horizontally-oriented systems. Move it 3/4 of an inch between 10 and twenty times.
Step Six: Press "Eject" to remove the Lens Cleaner. You should not need to use any force to remove it
Some monitors don't give orientation feedback to the video card to auto change the orientation when you move from a horizontal screen to vertical. what you need to do is get to display properties and advanced settings (right click desktop > properties > settings > advanced > video card settings > orientation) - you should find an option to change the orientation of the display - correct it accordingly. if the settings are not being saved after you restart, you need a video driver update - find it on your manufacturers website.