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I have a e-machine that was hooked up by cable,now i have move to where i can use dail-up.everythings plug up rite,but i still can't get connected to the web.can you help

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Hey slim- Go to start>control panel>network and internet connections. Under pick a task, choose the very first one- setup or change your internet connection. The wizard will guide you through the changes. If that doesn't work let me know and I'll help you out slim. If that fixes your problem PLEASE rate this as fixed. If you need more help just add a comment and I'll be happy to help you out. Let me know what happens slim. Thanks.

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After spending 24 years in the military and moving every year or two, I got tired of looking for my stereo manuals to find out where to hook all the cables. Then one day, I noticed my wife and daughter had accumulated an awesome supply of nail polish and the idea light went off in my head.<br /><br />I got several different colors of nail polish together; went to the back of the electronic cabinet and put a dab of polish above the connectors (both ends) and the same color on the cables (both ends). When I ran out of different colors I just started doing a double dab on both sides.<br /><br />The next time I had to move, I had absolutely no trouble hooking everything up and getting operational!<br /><br />Now when I pass a cosmetics counter, I ask the clerk if they have any samples that I could have. This trick works on most anything, even when I disconnect electrical cables on my vehicles, I mark each side with nail polish and never have to wonder if I got it connected to the right place.

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I just brought this computer to my house from my girl friends grandmas house speakers and all worked fine now i plugged everything in the the exact speakers that were on it are plugged into it and the...


Assuming something in the computer didn't mysteriously go bad during the move, there are two possibilities. First, make sure the signal cable from the speakers is plugged in to the right place. You may have plugged it into the microphone input or line input jack by mistake. Second, be sure the speakers have power. Most speaker systems require AC power, either from a plug-in adapter or a built-in supply that needs an AC connection. (Some newer systems come with USB-powered speakers that don't need an external adapter.)

A remote possibility is that in the move, the speakers got bumped enough to disturb connections on the circuit board inside. The amplifier chip in the speaker case gets hot (especially if the volume is turned way up), and the heat can degrade solder connections, and sometimes cracks form. The move may have caused connections that were iffy to go bad. But this isn't very likely.

You'll probably find it to be a very simple missed connection. Good luck, and thanks for using Fixya!

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