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your cell phone as a modem is perhaps the most overlooked of all
Internet connection options. But a mobile phone Internet connection,
whether as a tethered modem or, using bluetooth, a wireless cell phone
Internet connection, is easy to set up, and with a laptop and cellphone
you can check email and surf the web from anywhere, any time!
Place your document on the printer scanner. Go to control panel and click on your scanners/cameras icon. Choose your device. Change your settings and choose a location for your document to be scanned to. Choosing "desktop" will make the document easy to find to attach to your email. Open your email and type your message, then pick the paperclip icon and navigate to your desktop and click on the link to your document. It's now attached to your email for sending.
got to run then type CMD enter a dos promt will show on the screen, type IPCONFIG, check your IP address if it istarts with 169 then that is APIPA a windows feature if threats are tryin to get in your system blocking any outside access to you system from any network, also check if the default gateway of your router or modem is detected, if not then try check conenction if all are ok from router to modem and if wireless is turned on thr router providing a signal to your computer for wireless, if all Addressess are ok and still you get page cannot be displayed type in the DOS promt ping 188.8.131.52 this is yahoo.com if this pings yahoo's ip address then your problem is with the DNS of your Internet service provider, try this to renew your DNS ipconfig /flushdns then ipconfig /registerdns to renew ur DNS on the systm if still fails ty a different browser and if all else fails call ur ISP provider posibble something on the internet service is wrong or downtime issue on the internet
Ok, first thing first. If you are not able to send you may want to verify your settings again. Some servers require authentication or some other settings in order to send. Also, some ISPs block certain ports from being used, contact your ISP and your email provider and see if they have a special port they want you to use.
That administrator permission problem sounds like a virus. I've dealt with several computers that had a similar problem, got the virus off, and they worked as they should. Try SUPERantispyware, it's a good free program and gets rid of a lot.