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isn't often that Apple gives specific directions about how to fix your
problem! Restoring the iPad will erase everything on it, so make sure
everything on the iPad is stored elsewhere prior to restoring. To
restore, connect your iPad to a computer with the latest version of
iTunes installed. When your iPad appears under the devices menu, click
the restore option under the summary tab. If you haven't backed up your
data already, choose the back up option from the pop up window. Click
the restore button to restore your Touch to factory spec.
if your computer is getting this blue screen of death,then try getting in safe mode with networking of the computer& if you are able to go there you can uninstall & reinstall the video driver from that safe mode page because you will be able to work on that page...
I think that your cd burner is messed up. Try contacting Toshiba support, and asking them to troubleshoot it with you. This is the link for Toshiba support: http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/home.jsp
1) If you are using the Windows Default Wireless Network Connection. Open the windows where you you will see a list of all wi-fi connections near by your location. On the left panel(Related Tasks) click on "Change Advance Settings" >> Wireless Network Connection Properties >> Click "Wireless Network" Tab >> from the Preferred Networks: list, remove the wi-fi connection you are trying to connect. Once your W-Fi connection settings are removed. You can either add it manually clicking on the Add button and entering all informaiton manually, or from the wi-fi network list click the network name it will ask you to enter the netowkr key....
2) if you are using any other Wi-Fi connection application, like the Intel's, follow the same procedure. delete the settings and try connecting again.