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Re: Name on printer
This name is not in your printer but actually in the configuration of your email program. It is the name people you are sending mails to are seeing as the sender.
Are you using Outlook Express? It you do use Outlook Express, go in Tools->Accounts, then go to the Mail tab. There, click on the account and click on the Properties button. You should see your name there, you may change it for whatever you want. If you have more than one account, repeat the procedure for each account.
If you are not using Outlook Express, tell me which one you use.
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try to check the fluid in the cooling system, if it's full. then try to check the sensor on the cooling cap, or maybe change the sensor. Hope this help.
ps: cooling liquid is not water ( buy it from mge, i forgot what's the name )
Hmm there are two ways. 1- At startup press F2 (maybe f12?) takes you to setup. From there you should be able to set your own passwords. 2 - At the login user name screen log into admin and change her password from users, under control panel. If you cant log unto admin, if her's is the only account, try pressing crtl+alt+dlt mutiple times together. Hope this helps, keep me updated.
Hello my name is Tim, It sounds like you may need to reinstall the drivers and get your pc to locate the drives, you can usually get these drivers from the manfacturers website or from download.com for free, if you have the install disks for the dvd burner and cd rom you can use another pc to load them onto a usb drive and then transfer them to your pc that way. You can also go to controll panel, then device manager, and try to locate it there to see if it needs any drivers. I hope this heled you, please feel free to ask more questions and I will try to help.
hit and hold these keys in order CTRL-ALT-Delete. Chose the Task Manager in the new window that pops open. There are four tabs - Applications, Processes, Performance, Networking. Make sure process is chosen. Click on where it says "Image Name" so everything is in alphabetical order. Seach for a process that aludes to your keyboard (magickeyboard.exe or such). Right click then "End Process". Now uninstall.
Unfortuneately I don't know the name of the specific process it is runningso take your best guess.
Don't fret if you think you messed up anything, when you reboot, everything comes back!!
Other ways to try things including the Windows boot file, this is just the easiest and usually works...