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hi, look for the button than turns your wireless lan on, most systems that's the same button that turns the bluetooth on. You can run a search on the start menu search bar. Just type bluetooth into the bar and everything related to the bluetooth will come up. hope this helps pls rate this
If your old harddrive is operational the best way to get your new drive loaded is to get a cloning program clone your new drive all operating system files will be transferred to new drive,install it and you should have everything old drive had
best way to solve it and recover your data is to take it to the vendor else you can use dos to copy it to your pen drive...lets understand 1st why a vendor can only work with it because its a laptop and the hard disk can not be accessed externally like with a desktop...so dont play with your critical data hope this will help u a lot...
Sound like your hard drive has crashed so bad that the notebook does not even know it is there. I would replace the hard drive and try to reinstall from external cd-rom . Make sure the external cd-rom is recognized in the bios settings Good Luck
If you have 2 RAM sticks, try removing one at a time and booting, if you have only one, then make sure it;s seated properly! also make sure everything else is seated properly, ie/ VGA card, NIC, Sound card etc... Also before you reboot, reset ALL your Bios settings back to default, but your bootup option should be hard drive first boot.
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could be the motherboard, the operating system, the video card, or hard drive. you should take it in to a repair center make sure you have them make a backup of your hard drive first as you don't want to lose anything important if they have to reinstall the operating system.
make sure you first check to make sure the monitor is working,