I have a Dell Dimension 4550, cleaned up a virus and then a bunch of old programs and after everything was working fast and normal again, I discoverd the internet connection was lost, I narrowed it down to the Broadcom ethernet connection, in the control panel, the icon is still there, but it says there's no device listed, or drivers and it's not in the Device manager either, I can't unplug this model because it's directly on the motherboard, what can I do to get this up and working again?
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You can do of course, but just remember that the life of any electronic device equates to the amount of time it is on, so by leaving it on you are reducing its lifespan (maybe by only a tiny bit) and wasting energy.
If components are left on for a long time then there is a chance that they start to heat up, and heat eventually means failure for circuitry.
What program are you using as the word processor? Do you hit enter at the end of each line? This sounds like a problem with Word and the auto-correct feature combined with hitting enter at the end of the line. The enter gets Word to assume that you have started a new paragraph and you need to capitalize the letter. The Microsoft Works editing program works very similarly.
1) You can turn off autocorrection. Depending on the version of Word (2007, 2010) it may be in slightly different places. Look in Tools for AutoCorrect Options. There are various choices available. Turn off AutoFormat as you type or the entire autocorrection feature.
2) Just keep typing and let the word processor wrap the line for you until the next time you need to start a new paragraph. This is the WordWrap feature available in most of the better word processors. You may be able to turn this on and off easily depending on the word processor. (Text editors work more like typewriters and won't do this. Windows comes with Notepad for the most basic editor.)
WordPad will let you let you turn on and off the WordWrap under View. WordPad is a basic Word Processor in Windows and will act as a Word file Viewer at the same time.)
Other gurus might correct me, but I don't think this can easily be done. You are dealing with "parallel" data with the HP and "serial" data with the PC. If your HP has cards you can change, then conversion to serial data is relatively simple, otherwise...
great if ur laptops r acessing the internet ... perform the followings ....
> open the page of the print server and try to match the wireless settings of the router on it and u will be able to use the printer as well ....
the dell must be set to host or peer to peer on the network for the other computer to find it through tcp/ip or ipp protocol. it comesdown to software set up which is always the biggest headache second to the userintroducing a problem. good luck
I've had a similar issue with a Netgear wireless print server. I had to
configure it via Windows but was finally able to get it all working by
using the Mac CUPS interface.
The direction of the GMFPSU01C will never tell you that you need to create another printer driver. Because, once you install the MFP Utility of this print server, you will have an automatic Copy1 icon of your printer once you successfully, detected the print server and once you successfully connected to the Printer.
Since, the computer is not detected the printer on the network, here are the things that you may do:
1. Make sure that the printer driver is properly installed in the computer. and make sure that the printer is working when directly connected to the computer.
2. If you can't detect the printer, disable your FireWall or any anti-virus program that's running in your computer.
3. Uninstall/reinstall the MFP Utility. If the CD is not working correctly, use the driver from the Website. Here's the link: http://iogear.com/support/dm/driver/GMFPSU01#display