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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
wel to reset the bios you should search on the back end of the notebook you will find a whole with a cylinder drawed next to in use a paper clip to push`it with your notebook turned off, or you can try to use password : admin, or 1234 usualy these are the default passwords to use
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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If your computer includes a wireless on-off button-located on the right side of the front
of the computer-you can connect by radio to a wireless local area network (LAN) and
access computers and other resources on the network.
A wireless network provides all the functions of a typical "wired" network, but also
provides for "roaming." Since your computer connects to the network by radio rather
than through cables, you can move from place to place within the network-from your
office to a conference room, for example-and remain on the network the entire time.
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