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    Michael Fernandez May 11, 2010

    Please indicate what you mean by setup.

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Hi, If your Computer a Desktop or is it a Notebook. If it is a Desktop, Plug in the Wires/connectors of the Monitor to the Desktop in the video port. Further you also have to plug in the Keyboard & the Mouse cables to their respective ports. After completing this, turn on the system. Once the System is on, if it is a preloaded computer, then you have to do the necessary settings as per your requirements & can be able to start using it directly.  If your system is not preloaded, then you will have to install the Operating system and then you have to install the drivers for the monitor, Keyboard & Mouse. Then you can install the Office software  & Other softwares as per your requirement. But whether it is a preloaded system or not, do not forget to install the Anti Virus Software in your system.

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Drivers for ASUS VS229 IPS HDMI


It's possible, but it sounds more like a power saving feature is set up incorrectly. A computer monitor can be set to go dark after a specified time in these places:

  1. In the settings of the monitor itself, accessed by buttons on the monitor. Check the timeout setting.
  2. In the computer's operating system power settings. If you're using the Windows operating system, check the advanced power settings to see how long the screen will stay active when the computer is idle.
  3. In the display drivers for the computer. If you have special display drivers installed, there will be a settings application in your system. The most common ones to look for are Nvidia and ATI.
  4. In the computer's BIOS settings. This is probably not where your problem is, but you can access the BIOS settings by pressing Delete or F2 when the computer is first starting up. If you press the Escape key when the computer starts up, you should see a message that tells you how to enter the BIOS settings. Then look for a power saving feature that sets how soon to time out your display when it's idle.

I hope that helps you!

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Static route for two different subnets


You did not say where are your two computers. Anyway, computers should work on most subnets routes except between 10.20.30.0 and 10.20.40.0 subnet.
Static routing should be set on two computers not on routers.
Assume computer A is connected to 10.20.30.252 Router A and Computer B is connected to router B.
On Computer A, you need to add route to -inet 10.20.40.0/24 via GW 203.187.106.147, and on computer B to set rotue to -inet 10.20.30/24via GW 203.187.106.138. That is all you need.

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Which operating system >???
Learning how to use all of the settings and what they mean can help extend the life and speed of a computer.
The sleep, hibernate and shutdown settings can help save energy when your computer is not in use.
These modes are used when you are away from the computer for an extended period of time. The sleep mode will store any open information on the hard drive while the computer switches to a lower power level, but it allows you to turn the computer on and resume work where you left off.
Changing these settings in your computer is easy.
Click on the computer's start button.
Find the Control Panel option and select it with your mouse.
Select Power Options.
You will see several options.
There should be an option that is already highlighted or selected.
This is the current setting on your computer. Click on Change Plan Settings.
Your current settings will be displayed. Click on Change Advanced Power Settings.

Choose settings. Click on the plus signs in the new dialog box.
This will display any options that are available.
You will be able to change your sleep, hibernate, and shutdown settings.
For instance, you can choose to have your computer hibernate at a certain time, or even wake up at a certain time.
If you have a laptop, it will also give you the option to set these while plugged in, or if on battery mode.
Click on the Restore Plan Defaults button if you want to reset all changes back to the default setting for your computer.

Click the "OK" button when you are done selecting your settings.
Select the Control Panel box that still shows your basic power settings.
Click on the "Save Changes" button.
Exit the Control Panel.
Your settings are now saved and are in effect.

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Software shuts down when i leave computer


What software? Are you saying the computer shuts down? If so, Open the computers Control Panel, Power Options, set to High Performance, open Change Plan settings, set Display and Hibernate to NEVER in Plugged In, open Change advanced power setting, Change Hibernate to Never. Open the Advanced settings and adjust to your preference. Open the Personalize section by right clicking in a open spot on the desktop, Personallize, set Screen Saver time to your preference. Always shut your PC/Laptop when not in use. A laptop should be unplugged as well. Your computer will last longer and a reset/reboot is beneficial to a computer.

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The speaker of my vaio laptop is does'nt working only the head set one .


If you have head set connected to computer the computer speaker will be functioning thorough head set and you will not hear sound from computer. When head set is disconnected the computer speaker will function, just like usual!

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Cant login to facebook on my computer, but can on another computer


it sounds like your account settings are set to one computer. Log into facebook on the computer you can. click on account and then security (i think) its defo in account settings and change the setting.

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How do you Reboot a computer back to factory setting


Instructions Things You'll Need:
  • Factory Settings CD
    How To Use the Restore Factory Setting CD
  1. Step 1 Make sure to transfer all of the files you want to keep to a USB memory stick or burn to a CD.
  2. Step 2 Put the "Restore Factory Setting CD" into the CD drive. This CD was packaged with your computer.
  3. Step 3 Confirm you want to restore the factory settings. The computer will begin restoring all settings. Don't disturb your computer, as this process can take several hours. .
  4. Step 4 Reboot the computer to complete the process.
  5. How to Reboot Using the Computer Start-Up
  6. Step 1 Turn on your computer. Right away there will be a black screen. You can restore factory settings without a CD, too. This will reset your BIOS.
  7. Step 2 Press "F1" when the black screen appears to enter the setup configuration mode. You will be presented with a menu.
  8. Step 3 Select "Restore Factory Defaults." That's it. Your computer will do all the work for you. Like the CD, this process may take several hours.

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Yea sorry, forgot that tid-bit of info. It,s the W3118 eMachine / Gateway FIC K8MC51G


This issue can be caused by any of the below reasons.

-Corrupt boot files on the computer.
-Settings for hard disk drive are not correct.
-Floppy diskette or CD in computer causing issue.
-Boot devices not set properly.
-BIOS corrupt or misc. setting not set properly.
-Connections loose or disconnected.
-Bad Hard disk drive or other bad hardware.

Solution:


Corrupt boot files on the computer

If the computer has no bootable files on the drive it is attempting to boot from it is possible that the computer may halt at " verifying dmi pool data..."

To resolve this issue:

Boot from a bootable floppy diskette. Ensure that this diskette was made on the same Microsoft Windows operating system that is installed on your computer.

Once at the A:\> prompt type "sys c:" and press enter. This should report the message "File system transferred." Once transferred remove the diskette and reboot the computer.

If the computer continues to not boot attempt to re-create the master boot record by booting from the bootable floppy diskette again. Once at the A:\> prompt type "fdisk /mbr" and press enter. This should return you to the prompt without giving you any message. Once at the prompt remove the diskette and reboot the computer.

Note: The above information only applies to Microsoft Windows users. If you are running a Linux / Unix variant or other operating system such as OS/2 and the computer is freezing at this DMI message ensure that Linux / Unix has been properly installed first and/or your boot manger is not corrupt.

Settings for hard disk drive are not correct

The computer freezing at "Verifying dmi pool data..." may be caused when the hard disk drive settings within CMOS are not set properly. Enter CMOS and verify that the hard disk drive settings are set properly and/or that it is set to Auto Detect.

Floppy diskette or CD in computer causing issue

Verify no floppy diskette or CD is in the computer. In some cases the computer may be trying to boot from either of these drives causing issues with the boot sequence.

Boot devices not set properly

The computer stopping at " verifying dmi pool data..." can be caused when the boot devices on your computer are not set properly in CMOS. First, verify that no CD or diskette is in your computer. If a CD or diskette is in the computer attempt to remove this first to determine if it was attempting to boot from it.

If No CD or diskette is in the computer and your computer still halts at the DMI message enter CMOS setup and verify that the boot options are set properly. We commonly recommend that the floppy be set the first boot device, hard drive as the second boot device and the CD-ROM as the third boot device.

BIOS corrupt or misc. setting not set properly

If none of the above recommendations have resolved your issue attempt to reset the BIOS / CMOS settings to the factory or default settings.

Connections loose or disconnected

If the computer has been recently moved or new hardware has been installed in the computer it is possible that a connection may be loose or even disconnected. Verify that the hard disk drive, floppy and CD-ROM cables are properly connected.

Bad hard disk drive or other bad hardware

If you computer continues to freeze at the DMI message after attempting all of the above recommendations it is possible that the computer may be freezing because of a bad hard disk drive or other bad hardware in the computer.

Before replacing any hardware we first recommend you attempt to erase everything on the hard drive and start over.

If you're unable to get to the point of re-installing the operating system it's likely your computer has a hardware issue and it's suggested that the hard drive be replaced. If that doesn't resolve the issue then have the motherboard replaced.

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Bios setting problem?


Optimal Defaults and Fail Safe Defaults are two different sets of values. If you set one after the other the second would have replaced the first. Try setting back to optimal again.

If you still see errors relating to the Ethernet adapter find the Ethernet adapter in your BIOS settings and set it to Auto. If you still see errors try all of the available Ethernet settings.

Hope this helps you get your computer running again.

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How to restore to factory settings


You Hit F2 when The Computer Is Booting Up then You Go into The BIOS And Somewhere In there It Should Give you The Option To Set the Computer Settings To Defalt.

Jul 18, 2009 | Dell OptiPlex 740 PC Desktop

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