Type I, II, III PC Card(s) to commect to Cablevision's modem
I have an AST Ascentia J Series Laptop w/Windows 95 (don't laugh!). Cablevision (optonline) could not connect their modem to my laptop, so the "triple freedom" installation was incomplete -- yet they are billing me for service they could/did not provide. My User Manual indicates that a Type II PC Card would connect to a modem, but Jason, owner of Super computers in Selden, NY, said that his/today's PC Cards are not compatible w/Windows 95. The end of the modem wire looks like a phone wire that you pinch into a phone jack, except that the end plastic "pincher" on the modem wire is much larger.
Where can I get a PC Card that will work -- or is there another solution, until I get a new computer? Please reply. Thanks. gmc
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If you have the ability to test the battery, do so and make sure it's not bad. You can try plugging your machine in with the battery in it and giving it a few hours/over night to charge the battery before trying to power on. If neither of these help, return the battery. I understand batteries plus has a pretty good return policy.
If you have to return it, I'd recommend taking your laptop with you to ensure you receive a working unit.
with laptops, the internal battery is usually on the mother board itself. Opening laptop to get to the battery should be done by some one that knows about computer because there's alot of screws and ribbons to remove. most laptops that I have dealt with, the battery is below the key board.
This must be a programme you use to back up any files everytime you shut down.
But it seems as if the programme cannot find the correct partition to save the file to.
See if there is anything on your startup menu (Start>Run> then type msconfig)that is running in the background ready to save when you powerdown.