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Usually CUA in computer terms stands for Common User Access. However, are you trying to create an icon of your Credit Union Bank's web site? If so, simply go to your credit union's web page then click and drag the address from the address bar at the top of your browser onto your desk top. Now you can click that icon to take you directly there. Good Luck
if its abios password lock remove the cover and remove the cmos battery from your motherboard and switch on the computer and in the post you will press F1 for defult settings and when the desk top comes switch off the computer and place cmos battery to its compartment and switch on while starting press del to enter the bios and enter the correct date and time also select the optimesed setup and click save and exit it will release the bios password
Hello my friend.That error message has nothing to do with the actual keyboard.The POST/BIOS is reading a
single port bit in the system boards keyboard controller and detecting
this bit as being shorted to ground. On some systems there is a keylock
on the front of the case that allows you to "lock" the keyboard for
security reasons. It is this lock that is being detected. On a system
without a keylock, this error can be caused by one of the front panel
wires being placed on the wrong pin on the system board. Or by something
shorting out the keylock pin on the system board, or a hardware failure
in the keyboard controller, or using the wrong version of BIOS.So make sure if your computer has a lock key/button or something on the case that locks the keyboard.Also you can load default bios settings by hitting Del while you boot if you have change anything in the bios.
F6: Closes the document or the file in the active window.
F8: Forwards the e-mail in the active window.
Function Lock (F LOCK)
between the standard function key commands (F LOCK light on) and the
Microsoft keyboard enhanced commands (F LOCK light off). Leave it on or
off, or alternate between modes for increased key press functionality.
F1: Opens the Help system for the active window.
F4: Creates a new document in programs that support this command.
Starts the Web browser and goes to the Microsoft Office Web site. (This is not available on all keyboards.)
F5: Opens a document in programs that support this command.
F12: Prints the file in the active window.
F3: Cancels the previous undo action.
F7: Replies to the e-mail in the active window.
F11: Saves the file in the active window.
F9: Sends the e-mail in the active window.
F10: Starts the spell checking program in the active document, if the document's program has this feature.
Shows or hides the Office task pane that was previously displayed. (This is not available on all keyboards.)
F2: Cancels the previous action.
Yes, the first step is to tell us who your internet service provider is. Then we need to check your smtp server settings. This is located under TOOLS, ACCOUNTS, MAIL, PROPERTIES, SERVERS. This is assuming you are using outlook express for your email.
great idea returning that computer ............ that would be my answer ......... but if you want a reliable source lap top computer or desk top you cant go wrong with a hp pavilion......... i have a desk top that is over 1o yrs old and running xp home edition on it and havent sent it to repairs once. good luck ....
Try changing the browser!! may be the browser problem!! And also download ccleaner from the linked website and clean your comp regularly!!! And please try to rate the premium problem u posted before ... you have to rate the best solution or else it will be credited the expert who has given first!!!