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SOURCE: wireless mouse all of a
I've had some problems with wireless mice in the past, so I will just list the causes and see if one fits the bill for you.
1. Did you move the USB transceiver (this is the device that communicates with the mouse) from one USB port to another? If so, uninstall the mouse and reinstall it using the CD that came with your mouse.
2. Do you have any other wireless devices in the vicinity of your mouse that use a radio frequency rather than infrared, such as a wireless keyboard? If so, you may have a conflict.
3. Were you provided instructions on resetting the RF channel and/or ID code of the mouse? There is a small chance that the channels/codes between the mouse and the transceiver were scrambled and you may need to sync them again.
Hope one of these helps!
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
This sounds as if there is a problem with Webshots corrupting a specific dll file in the Windows system. I hate to say this, but that usually means a complete reinstall from scratch. I would recommend trying to backup all of the files and reinstall windows.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
SOURCE: E-machine T2984 will not start
looks like the connections in your system are loose.
just do this remove all the connections hdd,dvd other pci card or graphic cards.any other extra things other than motherboards own. donot connect the hdd or dvd.
then take out the ram and the battery on the motherboard. wait for a while then place the battery back and then insert the ram. place the smps connection to the motherboard and then power up the system.
you should now get the display and warnings that no bootable devices are found.
and check the bios settings after a successful display.
after that connect the devices one by one and check their detecting in the bios then you can keep all the extra cards.
this problem might be causing because of the bad CMOS checksum. just reset the bios through the jumper settings or remove the battery then the system will work fine
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
SOURCE: Internet only works sometimes
if you are running three virus/malware programs at the same time that could be the problem. take all of them off( uninstall them) and see if that fixes the problem. you can be on the internet for a couple of hrs without any protection as long as you don't surf to many websites
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
It may well be some form of virus or spyware.
It may also be that you have too many applications running at once eg. lots of toolbars and instant message typ programs.
It can also happen on graphic intensive applications.
You should rule out nasty stuff first.
for a free one its pretty darned good !
From a CLEAN computer download and put on a flash drive.
Copy to your DESKTOP on the suspec computer.
Run it but dont change any options just use what it offers.
When its done let it clean anything it finds.
Its where I always start with an infected machine.
As for antivirus AVOID Norton or Mcafee but try the AVG FREE version MBAM should clean up without buying
Only continued use would require purchase As for too many applications that would be up to you to decide what you REALLY need and dont. Most toolbars are a waste of both time and space and can hog computers down. Maybe a good clean up is in order ?
It may just be a "leaking application"
These are badly coded programs that dont release memory when they should and just keep taking more to do the same job.
May I suggest you download "hijackthis"
It is a program that can make a report on what you have running in such a way that you can post that information to certain sites and experts there will look at it.
They will then give you reccomendations as to how you can remove programs or fix some issues that may be upsetting your computer.
Dont post the log here but follow the nstructions and help the program offers to send it to one of the sites it will offer you.
If you understand startup lists you may even be able to spot som things yourself that you dont want to run and disable them from hijack this.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
It sounds to me like you need a new driver for the LAN adapter that is compatible with Windows 7 64 bit. Right click on Computer under the start menu, chose manage, and open the Device Manager applet. Look for your network card under Network adapters. Right click on your adapter and click on properties. Go to the driver tab and click on update driver. You can also try uninstalling the driver from there and then have the computer scan of new hardware from the device manager screen and let Windows reinstall the driver. Let me know what you find so I can help you further troubleshoot if this does not fix the problem.
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
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