Re: I have an acer laptop and the plug is not making a...
My father bought a second hand laptop from canada . when i started it
ask for a password means somebody made the password and gives hint as
white . i tried a lot but password doesnt open. my father also not got
any password so there is no use without password.what should i do ??
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Connecting your Acer laptop to your home wireless network is fairly simple. Before you begin you need to know the SSID broadcast name (Wi-Fi) network name and security passphrase (Wi-Fi network password).
Move the Wi-Fi switch to the "On" position. Not all models have this switch. Open the Windows Start menu and select "Connect To." A list of available connections will appear. Select "All" from the drop-down menu to view all available networks and connections within range. Select the desired network and click "Connect." Enter the security passphrase if prompted and click "Connect" again to join the network and gain wireless Internet access.
Connect a monitor to the video output, if picture is okay the problem is in the inverter board located under the laptop screen, or the backlight has failed, now if the monitor shows the same symptoms the problem is in the video card ic.
You will need an HDMI cable. Connect the laptop to the television and on the television, you will need to change the "Source Input" setting. Select the HDMI setting on the television and everything that you see on your laptop will appear on the television.
The wireless switch is on the front edge of the laptop. With the lid closed, its position on the front edge is just under the right latch of the lid. Turn on by sliding the switch to the right momentarily. You should see Wireless LAN Enabled in large green letters appear briefly at the bottom of the screen. A single screen icon should appear in the desktop's Toolbar at the bottom right of the screen. If the icon doesn't appear, then likely the Wireless Network Connection is disabled. To enable do the following steps....
1. click start button at bottom right of screen
2. click Control Panel
3. in the Control Panel window, click Network Connections
4. right click Wireless Network Connection
5. on the drop-down menu click enable
If there is no Wireless Network Connection in the Control Panel's Network Connection, then the setting up of the Wireless Network Connection was skipped when the laptop was first unpacked and setup. In Control Panel, click on the Wireless Network Setup Wizard to setup the Wireless Network Connection.
Alright 1) Turn your laptop off, connect the cables to your external monitor such as a t.v, monitor screen, through your apropriate source such as HDMI, VGA, or S-vdieo which ever one you are connecting it to. Turn your external Monitor on, and if it is a t.v make sure it's the the correct input otherwise it won't work. Then Turn your computer on, once your computer is in the Operating system and completly loaded, Then you want to press the FN button + the F5 button to swtich your display from your laptop to your external screen. There is a little Icon that appears on the screen that lets you know that it is switching either it's duplicating, to your external monitor only or back to your laptop screen, your screen may go blank for a second once your made your choise. Then you should be god to go.
2) If it doesnt work, you might want to try loading your computer first and then plugging in the cables and turning your tv on.
3) If that doesn't work, then maybe your FN button is disabled, and you need to enable it in acer windows mobility aplication. If you have question let me know.
McAfee has controls that can lock you out of the internet. Are you trying to connect via wi-fi or ethernet cable? If it is wi-fi, try disabling McAfee, connect to your wi-fi then turn it back on. You'll need to make an exception for that connection. If wired, disable McAfee, make an exception for port 80, 8080, 23.
Check if your LAN card is enable:
Go to Start and click on Control Panel.
2) Control Panel window will appear. Double click on Network Connections.
3) Network Connections window will appear. Right click Local Area Connection.
If the connection is currently enabled, the first option in this menu will be Disable. Otherwise, the option will be Enable.
Click on the Enable/Disable option to enable/disable your network connection.