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Go into the DOS environment throught reboot F? button "enter setup" and wreak havoc my good man. Change and do what ever you want. Try deleting the os or change its bios registry or try and fdisk but purposely screw it up. There's all kinds of stuff you can do here.
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go back to your original post or look it up in your problems you submitted. from your profile....then from there you can rate the guy ( ronnie) who answered your inquiry.
do not click the submit another problem button if you want to add a comment or continue your communication with the expert..because that would be considered as another problem..aand you would not be able to rate the expert and would not post the original problem...
now you have to rate me again with this posting...
Hey - Been there several times. I'm in Chicago. You should just add comments to a previous post . This opens a new problem. No biggy. Just rate it fixed please. I would much appreciate it. If I find a deal I'll add a comment so you'll know. Never know. Just add a comment to this letting me know when you're buying it. I won't have a chance to look for a couple days. Just rate this fixed and I'll let you know if I find something good.
Hi - you connect the ethernet port on your modem to the wan port on your hub. You can then hook up your other devices to your hub. If this solves your problem PLEASE rate this as fixed. If it didnt, DO NOT RATE yet. Just add a comment letting me know you need more help and I'll be happy to assist you furter. Thanks and have a nice day. Remember if you need more help just add a comment.
The easiest thing to try would be rolling back the video driver. Go to Start>right click my computer>click properties>click hardware>click device manager>click on the + next to display adaptor>right click on your adaptor>click on properties>click on the driver tab. Then click on roll back driver and follow directions. If this solves your problem please rate this as fixed. If not, don't rate and add a comment letting me know what happened. I'll always be glad to help you further. Thanks.
Sorry no one has gotten back to you yet. If you still need it I will provide the link. Just choose your operating system. If this solves your problem please rate as fixed. So many people don't bother to rate. If you need further help with this just add a comment and I'll be glad to assist you further. Please don't forget to rate as fixed. Thanks and have a nice day. http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/435/206&cl=us,en