1. when i double click an icon (my computer, document)it will directly go to properties.
2. When I am incerting the recovery CD i cant press the accept button, the key board is not responding but i can press the cancel button. i,e., only those buttons which are undesirable will work.
3. I forgot my BIOS pass word so I cant enter into BIOS set up
If you cannot access the bios, you can reset it using the Jumer J1 situated under the memory modules in the memory expansion bay.
Just short circuit the J1 pin with a screwdriver for few seconds and the bios will be resetted.
You can of course harm the computer with this procedure so be really careful.
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check sound driver installed in device manager or if stopped working after update roll driver back
In Device Manager, locate the device that you want to roll back the driver for.
Note: Navigate through the hardware categories by clicking the > icon. You can find specific devices under these major hardware categories.
After finding the hardware you're rolling back the driver for, right click on the device's name or icon and click on Properties.
In the Properties window for the device, click the Driver tab.
On the Driver tab, click the Roll Back Driver button.
Power Cycle the printer sometimes resolved a problem like this.
Go to printer properties right click and choose see whats printing for vista and win7 and click open for windows xp pop up window will open then click on printer and cancel all documents this will clean documents stuck on queue
go to start and click search for win7 and vista or click run for win xp type services.msc pop up window will open then look for print spooler click restart on the spooler then it will restart only the print spooler try printing again
Issue The solutions in this document address the issue of print jobs getting stuck in the print queue A log of print jobs waiting to print . The following symptoms might also accompany this issue, and this document does address these other symptoms:
Printer won't print * Printer is Offline * No response from product
Check the print driver and the port If you ever installed more than one HP product on the computer, the product might not be the default printer, or the wrong print driver might have been configured. Follow these steps to check the print driver configuration.
1. On the Windows taskbar, click Start ( ), click Control Panel , and then double-click Printers and Faxes . The Printers and Faxes folder opens. 2. Look for a black checkmark ( ) next to the product icon. This checkmark indicates which product is the default printer. Figure 14: Example of default printer icon Illustration of the default printer icon in Windows XP * If the wrong product is the default , right-click the icon for the correct product, and then click Set as Default Printer . * If the correct product is the default , continue to the next step. 3. Right-click the icon for your product ( ), and then click Properties . The printer Properties window opens. 4. Click the Ports tab. 5. Look for your product under the Description column, and then view the Ports column to the left. 6. Select your connection type to determine which port you should use
> Open My Computer and go to control panel and click Printer and Faxes > double click on the printer icon and delete the pending jobs.
Now disconnect the USB cable.
>> Click on Start > Run > in the run box type net stop spooler and press OK.
>> Click on Start > Run > In the run box type net start spooler and press OK.
Now connect the USB cable.
1. Open My Computer and go to control panel and click Printer and Faxes. 2. Right-click the HP printer XXXXXX icon. 3. Click Properties. 4. Click the Advance tab. 5. Click Print directly to the printer. 6. Click OK.
Reinstall the keyboard drivers and check for the issue:
1.Click Start and select Control Panel.
2.Double-click the system icon.
3.The System properties Window opens.You can open the System Properties window directly by pressing the Windows key and Pause/Break key simultaneously.
4.Click the Hardware tab and then click the Device Manager button.
5.Click the plus (+) sign next to the keyboards.
6.Right-click the keyboard device under this Category and select Uninstall. In the Confirm Device Removal dialog box, click OK.
8. Restart the computer.
The computer will auto detect the keyboard device and install the required
drivers to run the device
This error message can have the following causes:
While using the Application Loader tool to install BlackBerry Device Software, existing applications on the BlackBerry smartphone are erased, and new applications are not loaded. All data and applications are removed when an incorrect password is typed ten times into the BlackBerry smartphone. The Power Management feature on the computer turns off the USB ports. The BlackBerry smartphone is connected to a laptop computer using a docking station.
Resolution The following are possible resolutions for this issue.
While using the Application Loader tool to install BlackBerry Device Software, existing applications on the BlackBerry smartphone are erased, and new applications are not loaded.
Complete the following steps:
Verify that you have the BlackBerry Device Software installed on your computer. For instructions, see KB03295. If your BlackBerry smartphone is connected to a laptop computer in a docking station, disconnect the laptop computer from the docking station and connect the BlackBerry smartphone directly to the laptop computer. If a third-party program, such as a virus scanner, is using the same communications port (COM port) as BlackBerry® Desktop Manager, close the third-party program to free the COM port for use. If you are using a USB adapter to connect your BlackBerry smartphone to a serial port on your computer, temporarily connect your BlackBerry smartphone to a computer with a USB port. Open BlackBerry Desktop Manager and double-click the Application Loader icon. Use the Application Loader tool to install the BlackBerry Device Software.
All data and applications are removed when an incorrect password is typed ten times into the BlackBerry smartphone.
Complete the following steps:
Open BlackBerry® Desktop Manager and double-click the Application Loader icon. Use the Application Loader tool to install the BlackBerry Device Software.
The Power Management feature on the computer turns off the USB ports.
Note: This resolution is for Windows® XP users only.
Complete the following steps:
On your computer, click Start > Settings > Control Panel. In the Control Panel, double-click the System icon. The System Properties window opens. Click the Hardware tab of the System Properties, and click Device Manager. In the Device Manager, double-click Universal Serial Bus Controllers. Right-click the first USB root hub, and click Properties. In the Properties window, click the Power Management tab. Clear the Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power check box. Repeat steps 5 to 7 for all other USB root hubs. Restart your computer.
The BlackBerry smartphone is connected to a laptop computer using a docking station.
Complete the following steps:
Disconnect the docking station from the laptop computer and connect the BlackBerry smartphone directly to the laptop computer using a USB cable. Re-install the BlackBerry Device Software using the Application Loader tool.
if you mean you want to reset everything then i'm going to assume that you want to reformate your pc. And as far as your icons go i'm going to assume that your talking about your My Computer and My Documents icons and if you want thouse on your desk top do the following:
Right click the taskbar and go to properties
Next click the start menu tab
Choose classic start menu and your icons should appear on the desktop
But this is only my assumtion as to what you mean, as Fusiondc said please elaborate a little more so i can help you out with this ;)