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Can't connect it to wifi key board not working just want to return it to factory settings to see if that will help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go to my network place then go to local area connection logo and right click on it then go to propeties after that u will see a window crew down to TCP/IP once u are thr click on properties to ur left then fill in the code after than click okay and make local area connection your default connection. thats it u are done
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
I do not know why your icons disappeared by running the Download, but your programs are still in the on board ROM memory and what you are missing are your desk top icons. I have tried to duplicate your download problem but so far have not been able. I know that using a SD card will not download a usuable file so I used a thumb drive.
Any way please read the following solution that I wrote to another poster.
If you have deleted the icons for those programs on your desk top, then they may be in your Recycle trash bin. double click on Recycle Bin look for the icon for recorder, right click on recorder and select restore. You really cannot delete the programs from your machine as they are retained in a ROM chip , hard coded into the chip and are loaded each time you cut your machine on. The only thing you can do is delete the icons on the desktop, which are sent to the recycle bin.
To retore the machine to factory settings, there is a small hole just about an inch down from the data plate on the back. Using a pencil point or a straightened paper clip, insert the bject into the hole and hold for about 5 seconds. Your deleted icons are not replaced.
A second method to restore your icon is to click on my computer right click on the recorder, select copy, dismiss my computer, find a blank spot on your desktop and right click on that spot, select paste, and a dos type icon appears as your recorder button. When you cut the machine of and back on the Dos type icon is replaced with a CE type icon
To restore all icons:
You can: If you can click on start, click on run, type desk top into the open space and ok it. your icons should be shown. you will have to copy and paste each one back to your desk top, or select edit and then select select all, then click on file, select send to, and select desk top as short cut. Reply
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
SOURCE: The wifi is turned
in control panel go to network settings you will find it in there right click on the wifi connection and go to properties, click the check for show when connected in taskbar then that icon will be on your taskbar at the bottom
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
SOURCE: how do you return the
if this is the SYNET07526:
Did you try the reset button on the back? about 1in. diagonally from the right lower corner of the data plate. insert a tooth pick in the little hole and hold for about ten seconds with the power plugged in. This should reset it to the factory specs.
If that does not work then you may have to flash the system. If you decide to do this, see my TIP at:
if this is the SYNET07526:
Posted on Jan 19, 2011
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This worked for me:
Click on the little TV, the RT28701 box will appear. Select the "Wireless Information" tab and highlight your network connection, then click the "Advanced" tab. Check "Use Windows to configure my wireless settings" and the "Automatically connect to non-preferred networks" boxes. "Networks to Access" should read All Available.
Next, double click your highlighted network connection. The "Wireless Networks Properties" box will appear. Make sure the Network Name (SSID) is your network connection.
Under "Wireless Network Key (WEP)" box the information should read:
"Encryption: WEP"; "Authentication: Open"; "Network Key: (the number on your modem)"; "Key index: 1"
All the little boxes should not have checkmarks in them.
Click OK which will return you to the RT28701 box. Click OK again to return to the desktop. Click "Start" tab to shut down netbook and then restart. Turn Wifi on by holding down F9 function key for about 5-10 seconds, or double click Wifi icon and then click the Power On box, which will turn it on. Wait for little tv to show up on bottom taskbar and the red x to disappear from it. Then, click Internet Explorer and it should connect.
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