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No display first w lan gone, after 3 month no display

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Yes, very common issue. You can do a reflow on the nvidia chip to fix these issues. many video on youtube. or you can get the DIY guide from www.msbin.com

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SIGNAL ON SCREEN


This is telling you that there is a problem with cable A-3 causing
the lan to saturate.
Could be an input cable gone bad or one on circuit board for the lan.
Lan could be malfunctioning.
Hope this works!!!

May 15, 2013 | Curtis Televison & Video

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How can I connect my notebook to another pc without installing LAN??


A Local Area Connection, or LAN, is generally a small home or office network used to link all the devices in the area. With the advent of wireless technologies, LAN networks are no longer limited to the amount of cords you own. Laptops can connect to wireless LAN easily with their built in wireless adapters. Connecting two laptops together over wireless LAN is also easy, but requires a few special steps to give the laptops access to each other.

1Connect both laptops to the wireless network you wish to use. Once connected, click the "Start" button and navigate to the "Network" menu.

2.Click the "Network and Sharing Center" link. Press the "View Computers and Devices" button. A list of devices currently on the network is displayed.

3.Check the list for the names of both laptops. If both laptops are displayed in the list of devices connected to the network, the devices are connected wirelessly to a LAN network.

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After a power outage of approximately 45 minutes i have no display


Hello
There is a Lithium battery inside your clock to get a backup even the power is interrupted for a long time. This battery may last up to 3 years eventhough there is no power to the device. If this has gone weak, the backup fucntion will not be. so check this battery.
Just reset the device. It will make it work properly. To reset the clock after total memory loss; do the folloing.

[1] Connect the radio to your AC outlet and let the clock set itself.

[2] Depress the MONTH/DATE and TIME buttons together. The display will change
from 'Time'to 'Year'

While holding the MONTH/DATE and TIME buttons, press the SET + button
to set the display to the correct Year, then release the buttons
OK.

Jul 24, 2011 | Emerson Smartset Clock Radio

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I accidentally uninstalled my broadcom software which supports my LAN netwrking now the LAN connection is gone and I dont know what driver to download.


go to the manufacturers website, provided in the link below

there are probs 3 drivers, download all 3 and go through all of them.

i would start with the one named broadcom first...

http://welcome.hp.com/country/uk/en/support.html

Mar 08, 2011 | HP Compaq Business dc7600 PC Desktop

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2 year old, well maintained Myo XP that has never been submerged or been seriously soaked. Yesterday, I turned it on and 1 second later it went out. Batteries are good. Wiring solid. No battery level...


Its a bit late now i know ; although somebody may get some use out of the information 'that' the 'myo xp' has a manufacturers warranty of 36 months (3 years),
mine has gone the same way after 18 months so its about to go ,back to its roots !

Nov 30, 2010 | Petzl Myo XP LED Headlamp

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My watch is 8 months old and just stopped..the screen still displays the exact time and date that it died..but because it's digital if it was the battery the screen should have gone blank?!!


Best bet is to start by replacing the battery. At 8 months it'll be due for one soon anyway and a new battery may "reboot" it so it runs again. As a battery wears out it doesn't just stop, it may still maintain the display even though it stops keeping time. Also, new "e-ink" displays require no power to maintain the display 0 only to change it.

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We have a hp pavillion dv7-1240us & we need directions on how to replace the screen ???


LCD Panel removal Caution! Observe all precautions when removing and replacing components.
Before you begin: Remove the battery, wireless LAN Minicard, keyboard, switch cover, display panel, display bezel, and inverter.
  1. Remove the four 4 mm P1 Phillips-head screws that secure the hinges to the display panel enclosure.
  2. Remove the two 4 mm P1 Phillips-head screws that secure the metal tabs on the bottom center edge of the LCD panel to the display panel enclosure.
  3. Lift the LCD panel out of the display panel enclosure.
LCD Panel replacement Note: Before replacing the LCD panel, remove the left and right hinges from the old LCD panel and install them on the new LCD panel.
  1. Place the LCD panel into the display panel enclosure.
  2. Replace the two 4 mm P1 Phillips-head screws that secure the metal tabs on the bottom center edge of the LCD panel to the display panel enclosure.
  3. Replace the four 4 mm P1 Phillips-head screws that secure the hinges to the display panel enclosure.
To remove in order to replace LCD, you will have to remove WLAN, keyboardwith the instruction :
Wireless LAN Minicard removal Caution! Observe all precautions when removing and replacing components.
Before you begin: Remove the battery.
  1. Loosen the two captive P1 Phillips-head screws that secure the memory/wireless LAN Minicard cover to the bottom of the notebook.
  2. Use your finger or a flat-bladed tool to lift the edge of the memory/wireless LAN Minicard cover and remove it.
  3. Carefully disconnect the wireless antenna cables from the wireless LAN Minicard with a small needlenose pliers or tweezers.

    Important! Use care when disconnecting the wireless antenna cables from the wireless LAN Minicard. Damaged cables or connectors can degrade notebook performance.

    Note: If three antenna cables are connected to the wireless LAN Minicard, the cable labeled 1 connects to terminal 1, the cable labeled 2 connects to terminal 2, and the cable labeled 3 connects to terminal 3. If two antenna cables are connected to the wireless LAN Minicard, the cable labeled 1 connects to the MAIN terminal and the cable labeled 2 connects to the AUX terminal.

  4. Remove the two 3 mm P1 Phillips-head screws that secure the wireless LAN Minicard to the system board and allow it to release to the spring tension position.
  5. Grasp the wireless LAN Minicard by the edges and pull gently to remove it.
  6. Place the wireless LAN Minicard in a static dissipative bag.

Keyboard removal Caution! Observe all precautions when removing and replacing components.
Before you begin: Remove the battery.
  1. Loosen the two captive P1 Phillips-head screws that secure the memory/wireless LAN Minicard cover to the bottom of the notebook.
  2. Use your finger or a flat-bladed tool to lift the edge of the memory/wireless LAN Minicard cover and remove it.
  3. Remove the 8 mm P1 Phillips-head screw in the memory/wireless LAN Minicard compartment that secures the keyboard to the base enclosure.
  4. Remove the two 8 mm P1 Phillips-head screws that secure the keyboard to the base enclosure.
  5. Turn the notebook right side up and open the display panel fully.
  6. Use a flat-bladed tool or your finger to lift the top edge of the keyboard and slide the keyboard toward the rear of the notebook.
  7. Using minimal force, push the locking bar toward the rear of the notebook to unlock the keyboard ZIF connector on the system board.

    Important! Use care to prevent damaging the ZIF connector and ribbon cable.

  8. Remove the keyboard ribbon cable from the ZIF connector and remove the keyboard.
Keyboard replacement
  1. Place the keyboard right side up on the top cover and insert the keyboard ribbon cable into the keyboard ZIF connector on the system board.

    Important! Use care to prevent damaging the keyboard ribbon cable.

  2. Push the locking bar toward the front of the notebook to lock the keyboard ZIF connector on the system board.
  3. Toe the tabs on the bottom edge of the keyboard into the top cover.
  4. Press the keyboard flat.
  5. Close the display panel and turn the notebook upside down.
  6. Replace the 8 mm P1 Phillips-head screw in the memory/wireless LAN Minicard compartment that secures the keyboard to the base enclosure.
  7. Replace the two 8 mm P1 Phillips-head screws that secure the keyboard to the base enclosure.
  8. Toe the memory/wireless LAN Minicard cover into the base enclosure.
  9. Tighten the two captive P1 Phillips-head screws.

May 17, 2009 | HP Computers & Internet

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Zenith Redi_set clock radio Z230S


Describe your problem: Depress MONTH/DATE and ALARM1 for 3 seconds and display will show DST 'start' month,week,and date.
Display will show 4F 4.1, alternately flashing

4F = April First week. 4.1 = April 1.That is the old dates for change. What we want to do is to change to the new dates. Once it is done, it will change in the new dates as it did on the
old dates..

Hold down the MONTH/DATE button for 5 seconds, and while pressing the - or down button3 times, until the display shows '3'F2.
3 is month F2 is the week.
=March 2nd week.
You have successfully change the March changeover.

Now for the November change.
Depress and hold MONTH/DATE and ALARM2 after 3 second the display will show DST 'end' month,week, and date.
First digit will be 10 =month. second digit will be L=Last week, and date, will flash alternately.
While holding down the MONTH/DATE press the + or UP button once the display will show 11 (November) and F (first week) and 1 as date alternately flashing.
You have successfully set it for the next 100 years

Apr 17, 2009 | Zenith Z230S Clock Radio

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Change time


Hey here is something you can use to adjust the time on your T7206.To Change the Time:
1. Press the CHANGE softkey Display will read: "Hour:
2. Press the CHANGE softkey Display will read: "Hour: _ "
3. Enter the new HOUR. (in 24-hour format - Ex.: 5:00pm = 17:00. Display will then read the new Hour programmed.
4. Press NEXT Display will read: "Minutes: # # "
5. Press the CHANGE softkey Display will read: "Minutes": _ "
6. Enter the new MINUTES.
To Change the Date:
1. Press NEXT Display will read: "Date DD MM YY"
2. Press the CHANGE softkey Display will read: "Year: # # "
3. Press the CHANGE softkey, (If the year is incorrect) Display will read: "Year: _ "
4. Enter the new YEAR Display will then read the new Year programmed.
5. Press NEXT Display will read: "Month: # # "
6. Press the CHANGE softkey, (If the month is incorrect) Display will read: "Month: _ "
7. Enter the new MONTH Display will then read the new Month programmed
8. Press NEXT Display will read: "Month: # # "
9. Press the CHANGE softkey, (If the day is incorrect) Display will read: "Day: _ "
10. Enter the new DAY Display will then read the new Day programmed

Let me know how that turns out and good luck

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Out of 4 networked computers, 1 computer has stopped networking, and the light on the Linksys for computer #3 confirms this because it's light is out. How do we fix this?


It could be one of two issues. The cable has gone bad. Replace the cable. Or, the LAN port on the computer has gone bad. Replace the LAN port. If it's a built in LAN port, just add a PCI one; they can be purchased for under $10.

Jun 22, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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