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Underscore and italics etc - can I do this on a screen keyboard
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How do I underscore
The key combination can vary depending on what language and keyboard files you're using. However, the easiest way might be to use Windows own Character Mapper to copy the underscore to the clipboard.
Run CHARMAP (in XP, from Start menu -> Run and in Vista from Start button -> start search)
Find the underscore character, and copy it to the clipboard. Go to where you need it and use CTRL-V to paste the copied underscore into wherever it is you need it.
Posted on May 26, 2008
There might be one step you could try to restore the system to factory specifications. When you turn the laptop on, and you see the Acer splash screen, press the Alt-F10 keys together at the same time, and this should hopefully bring the Acer eRecovery system up, provided that your computer has the built-in recovery partition. If it asks for a password, try using the default of "000000". If that doesn't work, then a password has been entered into the system, and there is no way to reset it, however there is a way to find out what the password is, however it does require the use of the Ubuntu Operating System (which is free to download, here)
Posted on May 10, 2009
That error means that the Boot Manager is Missing. This is usualy caused by either a failed hard drive, or a failed attempt at recovery. If you try to do a recovery and then suddenly halt the process, weather on purpose or due to somthing like power failure, then the first bit of the Recovery boot process, the BTMNGR, can be hosed. If this happens then your only option is to order recovery disks from the manufacturer and install the OS that way. These disks will run you about $15-$30
You might boot into bios (F10 on startup) and do a hard drive self test first to make sure you dont have a hard drive problem...
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Posted on Nov 08, 2009
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