Question about ASUS Eee PC 701 Notebook
Hi there, I have just purchased an asus eee pc 4g for my daughter for christmas, and I am having big problems connecting the the internet. I am not computer minded at all and have tried several things with no luck! I cannot even get a connection using the ethernet cable. First of all it would find the connection but kept saying "pending". I then put a static IP address in that somebody on here was advised to do and it now says "enabled" for a few seconds and then changes to "link is down". The wireless is definately on and I have reset the router and rebooted the laptop. I have no idea about WEP/WPA, DNS etc etc and different codes! Please can you help, regards Lisa we have EXACTLY the same problem as the first one you wrote, about not connecting to internet. i can''t see any solutions... are there any?
You need to go to the support site for your computer and find the drivers that you need for your ethernet and it should work after you do that it sounds like a driver problem but it could be something else
Posted on May 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
OK hold on because this is long and sounds more complicated than it will actually be. We are going to delete a line of code so that your operating system isn't requiring a password anymore...
Turn on your Eee PC; as soon as the first screen appears (the one with the “Press F2 to run setup” request) press and hold the F9 key, the Grub main screen will appear. Now, you have 3 options:
You will now be editing the string and you need to replace the portion that says " XANDROSSCAN=y" and instead put "XANDROSBOOTDEBUG=y" press enter and the press "B" to boot single user mode.
You should now be in a command line screen. Type everything you see between the quotes exactly as I put it
"mount /dev/sda2 /mnt-user/" PRESS ENTER
"cd /mnt-user/home/user/" PRESS ENTER
"rm .AsusLauncher/requireLogin" PRESS ENTER
"exit" PRESS ENTER
This should remove the line of code that prompts a log in.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
Go into the BIOS Setup (press F2 when the screen lites up).
Right arrow key to Advanced
Down Arrow key to Onboard Devices Configuration
Arrow key down to Onboard Camera
Arrow key to Enable
Hopefully that takes care of it. :)
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
its all technician consultation and for me remove the CR2032 battery inside the laptop to reset the biois inside... or press F8 to go safe mode and remove the previous password to enter at administrator...
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
yes! when it comes to wireless networking just make sure that your connection setting are correct just match the settings from your other laptops and do the same to the one you have probles if the persist just do a diognistic check for problems if that doesnt works just hit me back on my link ok!
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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