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Your system is a bit older and may be reaching the end of its life. PrI or to giving up hope try a hard restart.with the unit turned off press and hold both the zoom in and zoom out buttons.press and release the power button to turn the unit on while you continue to hold both zoom buttons release the zoom buttons when you see a prompt appear on the screen. If this has no effect repeat the process only holding in the zoom out and pages buttons. Lowrance flip flops back and forth on their button configuration for doing hard restarts and I can never keep them straight from unit to unit. Hope this helps.
In the Enter Network Password dialog box, type the
following username and password in lowercase then click OK. (Note: The
modem User Name and Password you enter here are NOT the same as the
User Name and Password that your Internet service provider may have
User Name: admin
Password: zoomadsl (where "l" is a lowercase letter L)
If you are not prompted for a User Name and Password, click here for more information.
The calculator is not designed to quit on you without giving a fair warning: an error message. There are several Zoom functions, each with its specificities, so saying that the zoom function quit on you does not help a bit. The safest Zoom you can use without any prior knowledge of the function is the ZoomStd (Zoom standard). It sets Xmin=-10, Xmax=10, Ymin=-10, Ymax=10. That is also what you get if you reset the memory.
You did not explicitly ask a question. Nonetheless I tried to answer with blinders on my eyes. If you still want to understand what you have been doig wrong with the Zoom, post a comment to this thread spelling out what you have been trying to do and the error message you got.
In home folder (main calculator screen) press [Diamond][F2:Window]] to access Window configuration screen. Press [F1] ( not mecessary now because the F1 page is open by default). In the F1 page of configuration screen set Xmin=-10, Xmax=10 Ymin=-10 Ymax=10 Xscale=1. Yscale=1.
OR Press [Diamond][F2:Window][F2][6:ZoomStd] (Zoom Standard) to set all values as above.
If a graph is active (axes displayed, or part of a curve is showing) press [F2:Zoom][6:ZoomStd]
You can't zoom the Internet, it's a big as it's going to get :-) ha ha ha.
I usually set "Let Windows Manage my wireless connection" and use that on after-market wireless adaptors. This can also be done, maybe temporarily (?), by enabling:
Services > Wireless Zero Configuration Service
* You might try to uninstall the software ... then read very carefully the instructions that came with it. I say that because some hardware requires the software to be installed first! Others require the hardware first then the software. If you break the rules you COULD end up with problems.
Usually there's somewhere in the software of the adaptor to set it to let Windows (Wireless Zero Config) to manage it. This may not be the same in Windows Vista or Windows 7. Haven't tried yet ...
It's trial and error only...because "zoom" makes it larger in ALL directions, so it depends how much coverage you already have and how much you want. in other words if you have coverage completely across the page then you can only zoom by a few %, and still read it all - you really need larger paper (in both directions) for example 8 1/2 x 11 fits nicely onto 11 x 17 if your machine has the capacity