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Try right clicking on a part of the task bar and checking that the "Lock Task Bar" is not ticked in the menu that appears, untick it if it is. It shouldn't be as you can drag it to the left or right of the screen. Then click "Properties" and check that the "auto-hide task bar" is not ticked. Again it shouldn't be but untick if it is.
In these circumstances you should be able to drag the task bar to all four sides of the screen and it should remain visible at all times. If it is still not showing at the bottom of your screen, I would suspect that your graphics card is setup to show a larger screen than the actual screen can display, and you need to right click somewhere on the desk top and look at "Screen Resolution" (win7) to see what the settings are and what you can change them to to try and bring the task bar back into view when it is on the bottom.
Do any of your programmes lose their lower parts when viewed full screen?
On today's wide screen profile machines, I often find it better to have the task bar on the side. It takes a little getting used to at first, but after a while I found it more natural than at the bottom.
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Posted on Dec 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is it possible that someone has changed the settings on your mouse so that when you click once it double clicks?
Check in control panel for mouse settings
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
You need to reset the time in BIOS. The manual for your computer also states that. This manual is available at the following link:
Refer to Page #16 for this error message.
You can get into the BIOS by pressing the F1 or F12 key when the comptuer is starting up. Please note that some changes in BIOS may render the computer in a non bootable state.
On this BIOS screen, set the correct time and date and this should resolve the issue that you are facing.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
Have you tried installing the drivers for the touchpad?
The link below will take you to the driver download page for your laptop, scroll down to the section for touchpad and install either the windows 7 32-bit or 64-bit drivers.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
this is the screen it is faulty if you are under warranty get it right back this is not common these are good computers very good actually just send it back asap or be looking at a 40 to 70 pound bill for a screen
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
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