Hey my p.c used to run my l.c.d but now it wont, my mate came around and fiddled with some display settings and then tried plugging it into a second dvi port. since than my computer will not show up on my l.c.d. nobody seems to be able to help me with this. Anybody?
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Re: L.C.D stopped running my P.c
I think you may have the computer's graphics settings set beyond what the LCD will handle, so it refuses to respond. With the monitor connected, change the desktop settings (size and refresh) lower and see if that gets you a screen once again. You can then reconfigure the settings to maximize for the LCD.
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back light dead.
so use the dimmer knob. all cars have a dash dimmer that runs all car parking light on, dimmed lamps. all.
so fiddle that.
get the operators guide, (lost) ????
read the pages on dash dimming.
if that dont fix it, check fuses. next.
well you can do the idle and maybe fiddle with the mixture screw right on the carb will be a screw and idle screw you need to turn this in 1/4 of a turn at a time with the bike running until it idle ok and the mixture screw you simply just fiddle with this turn it all the way in and unscrew it 2 turn and try this get back to me if not ok
hi mate on the carb there are 2 screws below picture will demonstrate on the mixture screw you need to fiddle around with it either screw it in 1/2 turns and see if it improves in not unscrew it a full 1 turn just fiddle with it till it runs perfect also try replacing plug
Empty the water pan. It not sealed so dont slosh it around. Mine did the same thing. Amana rep was an ***. Wouldn't give me an inkling of what to do. So i started to fiddle around. There was a lot of water in it Be careful. I brought mine to the tub and drained it for close to 2 min. Started right back up!
My 94 wouldn't hold it's gears and would drop down and over rev. My problem was the oil. It should be Dexron 2 and some body had put the wrong oil in. It was drained refilled run for a while and drained again, then used for about 2 weeks. Drained it again etc and it's been fine ever since.
Hope this works for you, good luck.
Mate...same thing happen to me. I put in 3 different sim cards which all work on my other phone. So, try fiddling with the plated contact on the sim card holder (lack of other term for it). I just raised the contacts a bit, making sure there is good contact between the sim card and the leads. Works fine now. Good luck.
be careful not to raise the pin to high or the pins might snap.
There is no sure way to stop intruders - if they want to get in they can and will.
However in saying that you can certainly be smarter than the average jo driving around an estate looking for open wireless routers.
First thing first, always change the default password for the router (admin, password). If you can, change the username also (from admin to something else).
Secondly I would recommend that you enable some kind of WPA (or WEP) protection. This basically means that anyone attempting to connect to your wireless will require a "password" to connect to you. The more bits the password has the longer the password is and usally the harder it is to crack (via a brute force attack).
Thirdly - Hide your SSID. All routers by default show to the world they exist. If someone doesnt see it broadcasting generally they wont know its there.
Forthly. I would recommend setting up access lists. On every network card (be it wired or wireless) has a unique identifier called a MAC address. An access list restricts which MAC addresses can physically connect to your router. To find out your mac address click Start - Run. Type CMD. Type IPCONFIG /ALL
Fifthly - This may require a bit more fiddling around between both the router and PC's but may be worth it in the long run. Most routers broadcast whats called DHCP. This is what gives you an internal IP address. If your router allows you setup the DHCP settings to something incorrect EG: Different Subnet mask, DNS settings, Default Gateway. Then setup your home PC's manually to the correct settings. This way if someone does end up cracking your router it will throw another curveball at them as they will not be able to surf the net, view your shared files, without more fiddling.
As far as PC based security goes, I would suggest that you check any shared files or folders you may have and disable, setup how many people can use it at once, permissions etc for them. Best way to check would be Click Start - Run. Type \\127.1.1.0 <- This will connect to your pc via the network.