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I have a Gateway cx2618 laptop. The problem I am having is that when I type, any key I try to duplicate, I must wait for 2 seconds before I am able to push again to duplicate the key originally pushed, this includes the space bar or backspace bar. please help Mark

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Hi, did you check your keyboard settings yet? At Control Panel --> Keyboard - there you can adjust the keyboard delay. That could be the problem. Give it a try and let me know.

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Getting locked out of your Gateway computer can be frustrating, especially when you have school or work deadlines.
You can get locked out of your Gateway computer in cases where a password-protected screensaver became corrupt, or if the you have set the default screensaver to use a screensaver that does not exist.
Gateway computers come with Microsoft Windows XP and 2000, including the professional versions of both.
Knowing how to unlock your a Gateway computer can save you time and irritation.

Press the "Ctrl," "Alt" and "Delete" keys on your keyboard simultaneously to unlock your Gateway computer.
Type the last logged-on user's login information and click "OK" if you see a locked computer message along with "Only domain/username or an administrator can unlock this computer."
Press the "Ctrl," "Alt" and "Delete" keys once again when you see the Unlock Computer window disappear.
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Method 2
Shut down the locked Gateway computer by using the Microsoft Windows Resource Kit Shutdown tool. This tool shuts down and restarts a Windows 2000- or NT 4.0-based Gateway computer. Note the dialog box that comes up called System Shutdown.
Wait for the shutdown timer to run out and see the Welcome to Windows box displayed on the screen.
Press "Ctrl," "Alt" and "Delete," which unlocks the computer.
Log onto your Gateway computer normally.
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Click "Start" and "Run," then type in the command below in the field box exactly as printed:
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Click "Create a Restore Point," then click "Next" on the Welcome to System Restore page that appears.
Type any name for the restore point, then click "Create" on the Create a Restore Point page. Click "Close" after creating the restore point.
Perform this procedure before you make changes to the registry, just in case you make an error; otherwise, incorrect registry changes could create serious problems with your computer.
Click "Yes" if you receive a prompt to turn on System Restore at this point.
Clear the "Turn Off System Restore" check box by clicking on it, then click "OK," and repeat.
Click "Start," then type "regedt32.exe" (without the quotes) in search field box to modify the registry and unlock the computer. Press the "Enter" key on your keyboard.
Locate the scrnsave.exe value under the registry key below:
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Click "String" on the Edit menu, type "logon.scr" (without the quotes), then click "OK."
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Click "Restore My Computer to an Earlier Time" on the Welcome to System Restore page, then click "Next."
Note your computer may already be selected to restore to an earlier time--in this case, just click "Next."
Click the system checkpoint on the Select a Restore Point page.
Click "Guided Help (Registry Backup)," then click "Next" on the "On This List Select the Restore Point" area.
Click "OK" if you see a System Restore message listing all the configuration changes it will make.
Click "Next" when you come to the Confirm Restore Point Selection page.
System Restore will now restore the Windows XP configuration you had at an earlier time, and then it will restart your Gateway computer.
Log onto your computer as usual, and then click "OK" when you see the System Restore Confirmation page.


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* Press and hold Windows key, then iIf you press P key 1 time activates first display, 2 times duplicates the image on both displays, 3 times extends desktop to second display and 4 times enables only secondary display, finally release Windows key and press Enter to confirm.

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You can try with Free Boot Managers and Multi-Boot Loaders you can find lot of free stuff available in online. So download and follow the instructions.
OSL2000 is an advanced multi boot manager you can install multiple OS in a Single PC.

Hope this will be helpful

Have a good day.

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2) boot up the laptop
3) after it has successfully booted, you need to identify which function key toggles the external monitor on/off
4) you should be able to do this by holding down the Fn key and trying each of the F keys in turn, waiting a few seconds after pressing each one
5) begin by holding down "Fn" + "F3", "Fn" + "F4", "Fn" + "F5" etc.

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It seems that you need a wireless encryption key or pass phrase for your wireless connection. Unfortunately you have not provided more details about what router or device you have for your wireless connectivity.Anyway , whatever it is you can check it by using your computer. First i want you to connect your router/modem directly to your computer using an ethernet or usb cable. In this way we isolated the issue regarding wireless encryption. By doing so we may now find how to check your encryption key. For Win XP/Vista pls ff the steps provided below:

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Tell us more about your issues as i may NOT have provided accurate and relevant information. Well wait for your next post.

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