I bouht a new computer.
Vista first time turn on setup goes up to the point - just before it asks you questions - chose your user name ... ... .
Monitor shows [OUT OF RANGE].
The monitor does not react to any menu controls.
I had to take the computer somewhere else and connect it to an older CRT monitor to continue with the setup.
After that, the soyo mt-ni-dylm1798 monityor works fine.
please help. I don't want to go through this every time I restore my computer to factory settings.
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Re: "OUT OF RANGE"
It is just that at the initial stage your screen resolution was a tad too high for the capacity of the monitor. As long as you retain the working resolution you should have no problem. To lower or increase, right click on any clear area of your desktop, click on properties, settings tab, adjust the Screen resolution to your preference as long as it is within the capacity of your monitor. Adjust soon as your monitor says out of range, click on escape and go back one step. click on apply and ok and this should hold till you manually change it again.
It's really of just the PC trying to give its best but the monitor was not up to it.
Good luck and hope this works for you. Post back how things are or should you need further information. Kind regards.
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go to bios setup, press del at first screen and you will go to bios setup, search boot device and chose first boot device is hard drive that installed xp, and do not select the hard disk that vista is installed at second or third boot device
Disable sleep mode. Right click the desktop any where.
Chose screen saver at the bottom chose change power settings and chose change when the computer sleeps. Set to never. Just turn it off when not in use. Next; check the MS window site for a fix, there is a download update if it is still posted.
To set a static IP on the camera, do the following:
1. Chose an IP address for the camera that is outside your normal DHCP range but within your network subnet.
For example, if your router uses DHCP and gives out addresses in the range of 192.168.1.1 up to 192.168.1.10, you should chose an IP address beyond that (e.g. 192.168.1.20).
2. Login to your camera's current IP address and go to Setup -> Network setup
3. Turn off DHCP and type in the IP address that you chose into the configuration.
4. Restart your camera.
The above should fix your Static IP address question.
With regards to your Wireless question, you should make sure of the following:
1. Your router is set to broadcast its SSID
2. Your router is setup to use WPA (not WPA2)
3. Your AES password in the camera config is the same as that as the routers
at device manager I right click multimedia audio controller. the one with a question mark. a dialog box appeared. I selected update driver. then vista ask me: how do you want to search for driver software? I choose browse my computer. Then vista gave me two options. I chose let me pick from a list of device drivers from my computer. A dropdown appeared with a list. I browse through the dropdown. The first time I chose intel because the chipset is from intel. On the right column I chose intel (r) ac '97. It did not work.
I tried to run my support cd. Again, vista said something like compatibility issue.
Then from the drop down soundmax integrated digital audio appeared, i highligted it and click next then just follow the prompt.
Then vista install the driver. Now my computer has sound.
1. Downloaded the file. 2. Unzipp it to a folder on my desktop. 3. Run the "Setup.exe" file in the folder that got unzipped. 4. Go through the installer until it got to the end and then let it restart my computer. 5. Wait for computer to restart. 6. It should pop up something saying it was installing the drivers for my webcam. Wait until it was done. 7. Open the Control Panel. 8. Open the Device Manager. 9. You shoud find webcam under "Imaging Devices". It may be listed as "HP Pavilion Webcam" despite having just installed the Acer drivers. 10. Right-clicked on my webcam and chose "Update Driver Software..." 11. Chose "Browse my computer for driver software" 12. Chose "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer" 13. Unchecked the "Show compatible hardware" checkbox. 14. Scrolled down to the Chicony manufacturer. 15. Chose the "Acer Crystal Eye webcam. 16. Tell it to install anyway when it asked me a question about installing that driver. 17. Wait for the driver to be installed. 18. Webcam was now listed as an Acer Crystal Eye webcam in Device Manager.
-- what is the exact model number of your access point and router? -- what is the ip address of your access point and router? -- what is the operating system of your computer? -- Is your computer directly connected to the router? -- Do you have a wireless computer? what is the model number of the wireless adapter
if you want to configure your access point with your router you may try the ff:
Step 1: Connect the Ethernet port of the access point to one of the Ethernet ports of the router Step 2: Make sure the power adapter is plugged to an available power outlet Step 3: Check if the corresponding LEDs on the access point are lit Step 4: After connecting the devices together, configure the access point’s wireless settings Step 5: Open the access point’s web-based setup page Step 6: When the access point’s web-based setup page opens, change the SSID, Channel, and Wireless Security.