My computer screen keeps going fuzzy every so often and i can't read anything on any window until i move the cursor over a point and then it becomes clear again That solution that was given was only a few google sponsored ads. Can someone please tell me how to fix it as its really annoying?
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You can go to your GPS page and zoom out and then using your cursor pad and move your cursor so it is in the general area of your coordinates. Start zooming in andifferent as you do the the lat, long readings on your screen will become more precise. Continue to adjust your cursor position so the coordinates match up with known position you have. Continue until the cursor position on screen and your known coordinates match.
Push "ENTER" twice. Your way point will be saved at the current position of the cursor.
Push your cursor pad to bring up your crosshairs on the GPS screen. Save that waypoint, then go in and edit the coordinates to match your location data and save it. The waypoint you created will move to the new coordinates.
usb or ps2 keyboard ? might need to be enabled in BIOS
If you want to use a USB keyboard to access Windows command prompt options, make changes in the BIOS (Basic Input/Output System), or to operate legacy operating systems, you must enable support for the device inside the BIOS.
Shut down the computer and disconnect the USB keyboard. Connect a PS/2 keyboard to the PS/2 connector port on the rear of the computer. Turn on the computer and press the "Delete" key several times as soon as you see the initial boot or company logo screen. Wait for the main BIOS setup screen to appear. Press the right or left arrow keys to move the cursor to the "Advanced" or "Advanced Settings" menu option. Press the "Enter" key. Move the cursor to the "Integrated Peripherals" or "Peripheral Configuration" menu option. Press the "Enter" key. Press the down-arrow key to navigate to the "USB Controllers" option. Press the "+" or "-" key to change the menu option to "Enabled." Move the cursor to the "USB Legacy Support" or "USB Legacy Function" field. Press the "+" key repeatedly until the value option changes to "Enabled." Press the "F10" key to save changes to the BIOS settings and exit the setup utility. Wait until the computer begins to restart and then press the power button and hold it for approximately four or five seconds. The computer shuts down completely. Unplug the PS/2 keyboard from the computer and set it aside. Reconnect the USB keyboard restart the computer. As soon as you see the initial boot screen, tap the "Delete" key several times and wait for the BIOS setup screen to appear. If you are able to access the BIOS setup screen with the USB keyboard, USB support is active in the BIOS.
If your system just stays on the welcome screen it might caused by missing or deleted OS files. There are several ways to check this particular issue either by using the system restore or using your recovery disc. Please try to follow the steps below to diagnose if this is a software or hardware problem.
1. Turn off the computer.
2. Go to the safemode.
--> boot up your computer, the moment you pressed the power button go ahead and tap the F8 key continiuosly. ( Just keep on tapping it until you see the windows advanced option menu).
3. Now select safemode.
-->to select safemode, use the arrow key to select it then press the enter key.
4. Go to system restore. --> click on the start menu, all programs, select accessories folder , system tools, then click on system restore.
5. Then select restore point.
--> select the date wherein you were able to use the computer properly.
Next, enter a matrix into the calculator. To enter a matrix, press the arrow that points to the right two times when the cursor highlights letter "A." This moves the top cursor to "Edit." Press "Enter" to select the "Edit" option.
Next,, enter the matrix's numbers into the matrix on the calculator. Press "Enter" to move the cursor over one column. Press a button that has a dash symbol within parenthesis [( - )] to move down one row. Repeat the steps until the matrix is completed.
Next, Press "2nd" then "Mode" to go back to the home screen. Press "MATRX" to enter the matrix screen again.
Finally, press "Enter" when the cursor highlights matrix "A" then press "[x^ -1]." Your screen should read "[A]^ -1." Press "Enter" again to display the inverse matrix.
Try booting up in safemode by tapping on the F8 key till you see the black screen come up wnd choose safemode.Let me know if you can get into windows that way and get back to me.We will go from there...standing by:)
Looks like its an infection to me.
When you get to the black screen and you are able to move the mouse, try this:
Press Ctr+Alt+Del, a message will pop up.
Select Task Manager
A Task Manager window appears.
Click on File and choose New task (run)
Press the enter key.
You should be able to see your desktop again.
Once there, use a combination of antivirus, spyware, troyan horses solution of your preference to get rid of it.
Plug in a USB mouse, and go to Contol Panel>system>device manager and click on the +sign next to pointing devices. Right click touchpad and uninstall the touchpad, then reboot the computer, remove the usb mouse. Windows will pick up the touchpad as new hardware and re-install the drivers for it etc..
In windows xp go into start menu, then into control panel then click on appearance and themes, then move your mouse over to mouse pointers click on it , uncheck "enhance pointer precision, and click apply, that will stop the mouse from acting crazy, this will work with dell mouse pointers and most.