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I accidentally clicked on something, and as a result, I have a 3/4 screen view, a blue space to the right, and that space is where the green "start" icon and all other icons of things appear that I use while online. How do I get the full screen back, and the icons back to the lower left corner? I have Windows XP, and an HP FS7600 computer system.

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Go to you tools bar, and click on View. Under view, click on zoom, and then 100%. I've done the same!

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start computer, right click on empty spot on desktop, choose screen resolution, left click and choose landscape on resulting screen, then click on flipped screen. Should go back to normal. This usually happens when you accidentally press alt ctrl arrow key.

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Rainbow Six Vegas cheat codes


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While playing, input the following keys to activate the code/effect (editors' note - none of them are useful). All codes are input during gameplay, while the game is paused (START) and while the LEFT BUMPER is being held.
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Acer aspire 5630


You may have accidentally disabled it. Right-click the volume icon and select "Playback Devices"
Right-click a blank space and select "Show disconnected devices"
If a device shows, right-click and select "Enable"
If that fails, open the start menu, and in the search bar type "device manager". Click on the "Device Manager" option. Once it loads, find "Sound, video and game controllers" Click the arrow to the right of it. If there are no drivers there click "View" at the top of the screen and select show hidden devices. If it's still not there, click "Action" and tell it to find new devices.
If it appears, make sure you have the drivers installed. You can update a driver by right-clicking the device and selecting the update option. If you had to use the "Action" option it should automatically install the drivers.
If none of this worked, you may need a new sound card.

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How to replace PCV Valve 2004 Mazda 6s V6 3L


Step 1: Identify PCV and remove connectors for space:
If you look at the back of the engine, there is a 5/8" tube running into the intake manifold. In picture #1, you'll see that this tube has a green sticker on it (red box #3). You can't see the PCV valve from this angle, but if you follow that tube down, you'll see a gray plastic piece. That is the PCV valve.



For step 1, we remove the 2 hoses and an electrical connectors (red boxes 1, 2, and 3). That will give us more clearance.



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Step 2: Remove the tubes to get to the PCV valves.
Right, now you need to remove the 5/8" tube completely (the one with the green sticker). Picture #2 you can see that there are some hose-grips on that tubes, so using small pliers will help here.


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After that, there is another adapter connected to that piece. Please see picture #3 and #4 for reference. That adapter must be remove because it spins freely. To remove, use your hand (no tools needed). Press the green adapter to release the grip and pull up.


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Step 3: Remove PCV valve
You can see the full assembly in picture #3 and #4. Next is to remove the PCV valve. There is a shallow thread on that PCV valve, so you'll need to turn it to remove it. Use something to help you, like a clamp or pliers and rotate the PCV valve 1/4 turn counter-clockwise. This will be kind of difficult, but just keep working on it and it will loosen and pop out. A long reach nose-pliers can come in handy. In picture #5, you can see how tight it is down there.



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Step 4: Replace and reconnect.
Replace the old PCV valve with the new one. Reconnect all the other hoses and connectors. Start engine and check for leaks. That's it.

hope this helps good luck!

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I have a dell optiplex gx520,it is hooked up to wireless connection and it's showing that the signal is good,but IE won't let us view webpage......


can you check if have a valild IP address?

1. Start > RUN > type in "cmd"
2. On the command prompt windows (black DOS window),
> type "ipconfig" > hit Enter
> you should have a valid IP address (something like 192.168.x.x)
• if yes, then try to ping a website
• if no, (you should see somthing like 169.254.x.x), check your wireless settings again.
**good signal doesnt mean that you are connected, it could be a conflict with wireless encryptions too..**
3. to perform PING
> on the CMD screen (back DOS based window), type "ping (space) google.com"
> you should see ping statistics, something like "packets sent=4 received=4 lost=0"
• if 0% lost > your connected to the internet
• if 100% lost > you have no connection
> again check your wireless again
4. If you can Ping and you can't still view webpages using IE here's what I suggest
• Optimize your browser
-delete temporary internet files and cookies
4a.1 Open Internet Explorer
4a.2 Click "Tools" (the icon that looks ike a cogwheel / gear; usually at the upper right corner of internet explorer)
4a.3 Click "Internet Options"
4a.3 Click "Delete" under the General Tab Screen
4a.4 Restart Internet Explorer
• Reset Internet Explorer to factory settings
4b.1 Open Internet Explorer
4b.2 Click "Tools" (the icon that looks ike a cogwheel / gear; usually at the upper right corner of internet explorer)
4b.3 Click "Internet Options"
4b.4 Click on the "Advanced" tab
4b.5 Click on "RESET"
4b.6 Restart Internet Explorer

Hopes this Helps

Aug 09, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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1 - white/orange 2 - orange 3 - white/green 4 - blue 5 - white/blue 6 - green 7 - white/brown 8 - brown

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This windows icon only appears on the internet explorer window on the toolbar. SO I'm guessing you somehow accidentally got you IE window Floating and pushed up a bit to the point of NOT seeing the close box.

To resolve your problem findow the IE window tab on the start bar. right click it and select close. this will close the window and when you reopen itthe close box should be in a position that you can view.

If this fails then do the same thing but rather than select "Close" this time I want you to select "Maximize" this should stretch the window to cover the viewable screen bringing the close box into view.

If you still don't get your desired results please post back hear so I may help you further
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1) click start\run, type devmgmt.msc press enter
Devices manager shall appear, check if there are any unrecognized devices (yellow icon)
check if voicecontroler is installed properly

2)check if sound in your PS is not muted

3)check if your speakers are connected to right output (seems to be ok)

4)check if your speakers are powered

no more tips in my mind for now

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