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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure there is nothing attached to the laptop,remove all devices like keyboard,mouse, flash drives and retry. If still having same error flip the laptop over and remove the battery and open up the 2 other compartments that have a screw holding them. One holds the memory modules and the other the hard drive, check and re seat all connections, then try again. If you still have the same error your hard drive is most likely failing,
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Posted on Jul 23, 2011
Your laptop ip address setting is correct now there is reason not able to ping windows xp and windows 7 have firewall you need to enable file sharing form windows firewall. Go to control penal > windows firewall > advanced settings > inbound rules and enable file and printer sharing.
Posted on Jun 15, 2012
Testimonial: "I can now connect,i shared all the drives manually on XP and then i was able to view the drives in network places.It was no longer asking for the password."
if you open up a command prompt (if you're using windows 7 just click start and type cmd then right click the icon that comes up and choose run as administrator, if using xp click start and you should see command prompt and do the same.) when the window opens type ipconfig and press enter. look at your ip address, if it starts with 169 type ipconfig /release and press enter wait for it to do that then type ipconfig /renew and press enter. check your ip address again, it should start with 192. then close the window and try to open the web browser.
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
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on May 25, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with...
May 03, 2013 | Computers & Internet
Windows Firewall General tab
Note Settings that you create when your computer is joined to a domain are stored separately from those created when your computer is not joined to a domain. These separate groups of settings are called profiles.
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If the above does not work you may also need to adjust your internet security settings. You can do this by the following:
Open up your internet explorer
click on tools
select internet options
click on the security tab
change the sttings to medium, rather than what they are. Click apply and ok. Exit your browser and restart it to try to connect again. Let me know if the above options do not work and we will try the next step. Hope this helps!
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