In my lap top sum of my friends doing sum mistake when i switch on my laptop its directly going to dos setting page and its not opening the windows, after i did save and exit then its open the windows but my usb ports not sensing the usb drives
what can i do, how i can solve this problem
kindly help me
It sounds like your laptop bios has been defaulted.When you switch the laptop on, you should go into the bios by pressing usually f2 or delete.You should then look in one of the menus,usually the chipset menu and make sure that usb is enabled, it will probably be disabled,you should then save the settings.That will cure your problem
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Download USB MIDI driver for yamaha from yamaha website,and install to laptop.
Make sure the POWER switch on the instrument is set to OFF,then use an AB type USB cable to connect the instrument to the laptop.
After making the connections, turn on the power of the instrument.
Laptop will immediately notify that new hardwares is connecting and automatically install the drivers. Wait until the process is finish.
Thats all. In Ableton,the setting MIDI input must be set to USB MIDI.
but does it still work on the desk top. if yes, then you have lap top issues, ONLY. easy ,huh?
try all lap top USB ports no ext. hubs allowed. what is wrong in the LAP top OS, unstated)
are you using the correct external power adaptor for both Desk and lap top usage, have you tried a diff. usb cable. Laptops can not power the hdd via the USB at all, and in fact should be avoided at all times. no matter. the laptop can be infected. the laptop might have USB issues, with drivers. do a USB driver update. (no 0S stated) does the HDD show up in Disk manager, as DISK2 can you set the drive letter? can you set the volume label on this disk via DM? if yes, you then can read and write the drive. as stated on all pages for USB disconnect all other USB devices, and now try this HDD. do a full virus scan, and malware scan do wInDoZ update. I think i hit them all.
Try turning off the wireless router fo 30 secs and then power it up again. When the LEDs light up, then boot up the HP laptop.
If this doesn't work, then check the laptop to see if the wireless router issued the HP laptop with an IP address. to do this - click on Start - Run - type cmd and press Enter. This will open a DOS command box, then type ipconfig and press Enter.
If the IP address returns 0.0.0.0 then the wireless router didn't issue the HP with an IP address and either the wireless router is faulty or the wireless card is faulty or it has lost its LAN configuration.
If the wireless router LEDs are all on, try connecting a LAN cable direct to the LAN port on the router and the laptop to see if it connects to the Internet. If it connects then install the latest wireless card driver and configure it with the wireless router's settings.
you can buy a wireles linksys usb for your lap top and have a wireless router linksys stationary and the lap top usb ..... will pick up the signal for your lap top, i have a usb port linksys and it works great, but u do need a router in your home to pick up the signal
You may try typing admin on the username field. Just leave the password field empty.
Once you're in the setup page, click on WIRELESS tab which on the left
side of the page. On the Wireless page, you will see the wireless
settings set in the router. You may also enable the wireless security
on that page if there is not security enabled yet.
Usually Vista does not need driver to install an USB Mouse. Try this: Turn off the laptop, then put the mouse connection. Turn on again. See if now it is working. The mouse should be connected in "off" If still does not work, try put in other USB port of the laptop. Usually a laptop has at least 2 USB port. Remember to connect it always in "off".
Purchase a PCMCIA parallel port adapter. the USB to parallel adapters are a pain to set up and are flakey at best. The PC card adapter provides a native parallel port to laptops without one, and works perfectly in ALL cases, even with the scanner cartridge. In Vista, the printer may then be manually installed from its list of printers, and set to use the new LPT port.