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Have a mice problem they are everywhere used traps but they only kill one at a time is there some way i can kill more then one at a time

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You can buy poisoned bait for Rats/Mice at a local department or home improvement center, but you'll have to consider pets and other animals that might be exposed to the bait and rats that have consumed the poison.

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Ever considered a not so friendly (to mice) cat?

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I have a dell xps that came with a wireless/bluetooth keyboard with mouse pad and i have another dell xps 420 that i'd like to use the wireless keyboard on...they are both dell xps's and both


Wireless/Bluetooth keyboards and mice can only be used with one device at a time it is like a bluetooth headset once it is paired with a phone it will 99.99% of the time only work with that phone and that phone only, Wireless keyboards and mice are setup on the same principal once they are paired up with 1 PC to use on another PC you have to remove the pairing. The worst case scenario is that the second PC's Wireless/Bluetooth has failed. I hope this helps.

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Wireless Keyboard and Mice not working - Easy Steps to Fix It


Most of the times when we have a Wireless Keyboard and Mice , we do face frequent issues when the device would stop functioning.
Here below are 3 easy steps to diagnose and fix it

1. Re-establish the wireless connection: Press the Connect button on the keyboard/mice(turn the device upside down and you will be able to see the connect button) and press the connect button on the reciever together.
Release both the buttons together.
This would re-establish the connection and the device would start working.
If not, move to the next step

2. Take out the battery and insert back in and check. If still the same issue, replace with a new set of batteries.

3. In case both the above fail, then its the device going at fault. If within warranty contact the manufacturer and get them replaced else time to get new keyboard and mice.

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Hi there. My entire scroll pad/finger pad for my e730 stopped working the other day. I have restarted it several times, with no help.


I think it's a driver problem. Do the following;
1. Open "Control Panel" 2. Expand the "Mice and Other Pointing Device" 3. Uninstall your Touchpad from the menu by right-clicking on it. 4. After that, right-click on "Mice and Other Pointing Device" 5. Click "Scan for Hardware Changes" and it wait for your computer to automatically ddetect your touchpad and reinstall it.
Try using the touchpad.

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Hdd runs all the time


use ctrl alt del to check for running processes, and kill unwanted processes that are running on the background

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We have Belkin Wireless Travel Mice FSL017-USB in are school and they are interfering with each other from as far as 30ft away in a class across the hall.


don't use wireless mice from the same company it is bound to have crossed "Wires" so to speak, buy Wired mice instead, they work better in the long run, and have no need for batteries.

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I like a speed hack crossfire


First, learn to use google search. Second, skill>hack. Obviously you are a little kid, and little kids like hacks because they have no skill, but if you spend enough time playing a game, you learn the level, your gun, the routes the other team takes and how to make controlled bursts at someones head. Remember, one shot to the head out of three bullets that missed will still kill a person. Six bullets in the legs will not. There, take my little helpful advice and stop ruining games. Fortunately, no one has an invincible hack, so you'll still get killed by people like me. Enjoy.

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Blower/fan runs fast any time, shuts off, restarts for long time run.


What kind of system is this? There is a BIOS setting for performance. If you have that set to "performance" then the system will be louder since the fans will run faster all the time to keep the system as cool as possible for performance.

I would lso try using compressed air to dust all vents and fans in the system. If dust is building up, that will act like an insulator and trap heat in the system. When heat builds in the system, the fans will run faster to try to cool the system down.

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HOW DO I REMOVE SMART CARD FROM WINDOWS XP LOGIN


1. Click Start
2. Click Settings
3. Select Control Panel
4. Double click Administrative Tools
5. Double click Services
6. Scroll down and highlight the service you want to adjust
7. Right-click on it and choose Properties
8. Click the stop button.
9. Select Disable or Manual in the Startup Type scroll bar.
Services to Disable:

  1. Smart Card / Smart Card Helper - If you don’t have a smart card system, you don’t need this service. As smart cards have really never taken off… i doubt you need this. Kill it.
  2. TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper service - Unless you run NetBIOS on your system, you don’t need this service. Kill it.
  3. Uninterruptible Power Supply - Although I should have a UPS, I don’t. If you don’t, then disable this service.
  4. Remote Registry service - This service allows one to remotely edit the registry through a network connection. If you are editing your registry remotely, then you are too jedi-ninja to be reading this guide. The rest of us should have this off for security alone.
  5. Error Reporting Service - A program crashes and microsoft wants to know about it. Give up your extra CPU cycles to help Gates polish his OS, or you can just disable it.
  6. Wireless Zero Configuration - Unless you use wi-fi, you can safely stop this service. If you use wi-fi, this is actually a nice little service.
  7. Alerter - This is so useless SP2 turns this off for you. For the rest of you folks, you should turn it off too.
  8. Clipbook - This service allows you to cut and paste across your private network. Most programs that actually allow you to do this use their own ways for doing this.Useless.Stop it.
  9. Computer Browser - If you are on a LAN, keep it enabled. If not, stop it. It allows you to see the other computers on your network.
  10. FastUser Switching Compatibility - If you keep multiple users/logins on your current computer, you should leave this enabled. If you always log-in the same way as the same person, you should disable this.
  11. Messenger Service - Kill it, kill it. We’ve been saying to kill this forever.
  12. NetMeeting Remote Desktop Sharing Service - If you don’t use NetMeeting, you should stop this service.
  13. Network DDE/Network DDE DSDM - DDE DSDM was an excellent idea by Microsoft that flopped. Disable both of these.
  14. Remote Desktop Help Session Manager Service - I use remote desktop all the time. However, you should not have it enabled unless you use it.
  15. Telnet Service - This allows you to use telnet to log into your system from a remote location. It’s a security risk so don’t keep it enabled unless you use it.SP2 disables it by default now.

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