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sounds like a driver issue if you are having trouble
with your drivers here is a general look at
the drivers and how to update them if your computer came with
a motherboard disc the drivers could be on it click start control panel
administrive tools ,computer management ,device manager look through all
of your devices if you see a yellow question mark?or exclamation mark
! or red x right click to reinstall
drivers or if you can see your usb but
its not working ports(com&lpt)right click update
driver hope this helps
Plug the device in and click on "start". Click on "control panel". Find "device manager" , right click on it, open and click contimue. Click on the box with + next to "Human Interface Devices"You should see your device there. Right click on each item, one at a time, and you should see "disable" in the window that opens. If you see "enable" click on that and exit. Right click on them again and click on the "properties" tab. you should see "this device is working properly".
If you have a speaker icon at the lower right side of your screen, right click on that. Click on playback devices. A window should come up with your devices. If you have a sound card or graphics card and want to use either, make sure you're hooked up or that they are recognized. If the window is empty, right click on it and click "disabled devices", if you then see your device right click on it and enable it. You can also try, Click "start", find control panel and click on to open. Find "device manager" and right click on and open. Click continue. Click on the box with + next to "sound video or game controllers". A drop down should show your devices. Right click on each one individually, starting with one you want to use. If you see "enable" click on that. Right click on it again and click on properties. You should see a window with "this device is working properly". Right click on it one more time and click update and let it update. If you are using a sound/graphics card, that might need an update. Let me know what manufacturer and model you have and I acn help with that.
did you check to see if the speakers are muted, Go to the little speaker icon in the tray (toward the right), left click on it and open the "mixer", you should be able to see if the sound is muted there. If it isn't muted, try plugging in some earphone and play some music or something you know works on your computer. If you hear sound from the earphones, then you know your sound fuction is ok and that the problem may be the spearkers ( if this is a laptop, you could still have a spearer problem, but more difficult to fix) hope this helps.
When you plugged in the ethernet cable, does it show on your windows tray (lower right corner of the screen) that the LAN is connected? It should show you "Connected" if you hover your mouse on the LAN icon.
Try also to plug in the ethernet cable to a different port on the router, and that the port number on the router is showing a solid green led light.
If all has been observed and still you cannot connect, look if the network adapter for your lan is working. RIGHT click your My Computer or "Computer" and select Manage. The Computer Management window will open. Click on the Device Manager on the left to show the list of devices on the right. Look for Network Adapters and click the + sign. See if your LAN adapter is not showing any yellow exclamation point. Also, right click on it and select Properties. You should see the device is working properly under status.
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Hello : 1: Unplug your Mp3 player .2: Restart system . 3: Plug the Mp3 player again . If the system didn't recognize Mp3 player this time , then : 1: Go to [ my computer ] icon on desktop . 2 : Mouse right click . 3 : Scroll down to properties . 4 : On properties click [ Hardware] . 5 : Click [ device manager ] . 6 : On device manager check if all [ USB ports ] are properly installed and working fine . 7: If there are [ question marks or wrong marks ] on the ports then they don't work properly . This is what you need to do , if they don't work properly ; 1 : Right click on the none working ports . 2 : Scroll down to properties . 3 : On general click [ reinstall the previous program ] . My computer icon . Device manager USB mass storage device problem [ not working properly ] .Here you should right click on the none working device then go to properties and then , \ Troubleshoot . I hope this will help . rate please !
go to Start - Control Panel - Classic view - Administrative tools - Computer Management - Device Manager and look to see if it shows up on the right, if you see "unknown devices" regarding ur webcam and it's not showing, guess what...it doesn't recogize it. So, simply go download the driver for it (find it on google or on motherboard site), then go to device manager, and uninstall the device, or simply restart the computer, and it should auto attempt to install it. :) install the drivers properly and u will find it working.
Plug in the device( kmake sure hard drive is connected inside)
Go to computer management(right click on my computer and select manage)
on the left pane select disk management
on the right pane you'll see the drives(If a screen pops up saying about initialize disks, then proceed with that)
in the right pane if you see any unallocated volumes(big black box, full black) with the same size of your disks then you can right click on em and create a partition! The Create partition comes up and give you options to format and everything, after that completes you'll see the drive in My computer!
If you don't see the unallocated drive, then go oer the drive and account for all of em, if there an extra one without a drive letter then that could be your disk!
If you have any problems or this isn't the problem, please let me know!