Question about Computers & Internet
I find the 'Troubleshoot' does more damage than not using it! If you are not sure if you are connected to the Internet, I just bring up Google and search for eg: www.bbc.co.uk (nice and short). If that comes up I know I am connected. Are you using an Ethernet connection or a wireless one? More often than not, the problem is with your ISP supplier! Try ringing their helpline. Sometimes it is caused by a router problem caused by them, not you!
Posted on Feb 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This particular model of Hp was shipped with a bad inverter. You can
check out the link below to another forum with users with the same
In order to fix the problem you just need to discount the old inverter and it should work according to what I have read. The link to the manual is listed below.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
1.) Try reloading the touch pad drivers, should be on the CD that came with it or check the Asus website for new ones.
2.) Have you accidently disabled it? There is a Fn key combination to do this. Try Fn+F9. Also, there is an option to automatically disable the mouse pad when a USB mouse is plugged in. And of course, you can disable it from the Device Manager.
3.) Try going into :: Control Panel, find "Mouse", select the "Device Settings" tab, select the touchpad and click the "Settings" button). Check the settings in the "Tapping" section.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
Make sure the LAN is not set to use any IP address. It should be on DHCP ok. Some times, the WLAN has to be configured to use IP address, so get the addresses of the Wireless Router: IP, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway and Pref DNS and assign these to the WLAN. Only the IP addr should be different by adding one or two to the Router's IP ok. Restart the pc and it will get connected. Good luck
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
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