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These cases are very, very tight but after you loosen the 2 x hand turn screws and try to slide the case cover towards the back of the machine the case will eventually slid off for access.

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I cannot find the wireless base to my wireless mouse and keyboard kr0401. Can I get another wireless base?


You can buy a wireless mouse and plug the dongle or base into a usb port . Most are Plug & Play so as soon as your pc starts up it should find the program on the wireless base unit and identify it for use . Try ebay.

Feb 02, 2015 | Gateway PC Desktops

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I replace the screen on my gateaway mt 6916 and cant install the video controler driver


Instructions

1

Prepare the laptop for disassembly. Shut down the laptop completely, then wait a few minutes before removing the battery and unplugging the AC adapter. Turn the laptop over and lay it down on a flat surface so that the battery area is facing away from you and the hard drive is located at the bottom left corner.
2

Remove the hard drive cover. Remove the two screws located on the left side of the hard drive cover, then lift the cover to remove it completely from the unit.
3

Remove the memory cover. Unscrew the eight screws holding the memory board in place; this cover is located above the Gateway product sticker.
4

Disconnect the Wi-Fi adaptor. Remove the Wi-Fi cover by unscrewing the single screw holding the Wi-Fi adapter in place; this is located directly above the hard drive. Remove the two cables connecting the wireless card to the adapter and snap the card out of the holder.
5

Remove the memory modules. Gateway computers typically have two memory modules located in the center of the motherboard; lift these out gently with your fingers and set them aside.
6

Release the heat sink. Unscrew the four screws around the heat sink assembly; this unit is located to the left of the ventilation fan and is surrounded by a copper base. Carefully lift the heat sink and the cooling fan off the unit and unplug the cable attaching it.
7

Remove the CD/DVD drive. Unscrew the small screw located to the left of the CD/DVD drive, then push the drive out to remove it from the laptop completely.
8

Remove all screws around the base of the laptop. You will now be left with a total of 18 screws located around the edge of the base of the laptop, and in between the stickers and hardware components in the center. Remove all of these carefully and set aside in a safe place.
9

Prepare the cover for removal. Turn the laptop up on its edge so that the back of the laptop is facing you; you will see two screws on the hinges of the computer. Unscrew these and set them aside.
10

Remove the hinge cover. Open the laptop so that the screen is laying flat; use the flathead screwdriver to pry open the hinge cover and pull it off gently with your fingers.
11

Remove the keyboard. Lift up the keyboard and reach behind it to release the cable. You will need to tug gently on the cable to unhook it from the motherboard.
12

Unhook the LCD screen from the notebook. Unplug the Wi-Fi antenna cables located on the right side of the motherboard directly under the screen, then unplug the video cable located directly under the hinge cover. Remove the pair of screws located to the left and right of the LCD screen and gently lift the LCD screen off the notebook's base unit.
13

Remove the system board. Turn the base unit over and unscrew the five screws securing the motherboard to the base. Two of these are located near the hinge cover, and two are located beneath and to the right of the hard drive unit. The fifth is located a few inches below the top right edge of the laptop.
14

Disconnect the motherboard. Lift the system board, then unhook the cable connecting it to the base unit.

Jan 10, 2013 | Gateway DX4200-09 PC Desktop

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Beeping noise coming from base unit


Usually when a computer emits beeps it's a memory issue. Try re-seating memory modules one at a time to see if one is defective.

Dec 07, 2012 | Dell PC Desktops

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How do I open my sony pcv-v1


1. Ground Yourself
2. Unplug everything and press the power button for 10 sec to
discharge any residual power.
3. Place PC face down on bench with base over edge.
4. Swing PC unit forward and unscrew the case retaining screw on both
sides of the PC unit, swing unit other way and remove other two
screws.
5. Case can be loosened, pull large cover up and remove both sides.
Parts are then exposed.
6. A shiny metal box covers the memory on the left side of the PC unit. 7. Remove tape that retains it,slide and lift off from the edge facing you.
8. Memory slots are then exposed....insert and reassemble PC.

Good Luck!

May 14, 2012 | Sony VAIO PCV-RX403N PC Desktop

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Not able to take print on both side in hp 9000 normal series


You can't print on both sides you miss • Automatic duplex unit for two-sided printing" you're model doesn't have it.
Read below:

Shown at left:
HP LaserJet 9000 series, base unit—
LaserJet 9000
base unit =

• 50 ppm print speed
• first page out in less than 8 seconds
• built-in RIP-once technology
• 300,000 pages-per-month duty cycle
• 64 MB memory
• EIO expansion slots





LaserJet 9000n = base unit +
HP Jetdirect 610n (EIO) internal print server for Ethernet 10/100Base-TX
• 100-sheet multipurpose tray

LaserJet 9000dn = base unit +
HP Jetdirect 610n (EIO) internal print server for Ethernet 10/100Base-TX
• 100-sheet multipurpose tray
• Automatic duplex unit for two-sided printing



LaserJet 9000hns = base unit +
HP Jetdirect 610n (EIO) internal print server for Ethernet 10/100Base-TXlj9000hns.jpg
• Automatic duplex unit for two-sided printing
• 2000-sheet input tray
• 3000-sheet stapler/stacker

Oct 25, 2008 | HP Compaq dc5700 Microtower - Free Flat...

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My GE instajack is not working. It had a greeen signal, now it has a red signal.


Most likely, the extension unit cannot communicate with the
indicator light is solid base unit for one of the following reasons:
red • Base unit has yet to be installed. Install base unit. (Refer to
the Set Up section.)
• Extension is too far from the base unit. Relocate either the
base or extension unit to another electrical outlet. If
indicator light on extension
unit remains solid red, reprogram the link code on extension
unit


Follow these steps:
• Press and hold the button on the right side of the base
unit until the indicator light changes to solid red.
(Approximately five seconds.)
• Release the button, then the indicator light will blink orange.
This creates a new link code and places the base unit into
program mode.
• Follow steps (2) and (3) in the Additional Extension Units
section for all extension units.
• Press and release the button on the base unit to take it out of
program mode. The indicator light will change from flashing
orange to solid green.

Oct 10, 2008 | PC Desktops

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How to connect my phillips freeline LS1300 series desktop to my laptop?


If you are trying to connect the desktop to the laptop just so you can access each computer from each, you will have to setup a 'local area network' on each.

You first have to check the hardware. Both computers should be connected to a router or to each other via ethernet cable. Make sure connections are secure.
To confirm if there is physical connection, get the ip address of each computer.
1. Go to Start>run. Type in "cmd" without the quotes. Hit ok.
2. In the command prompt, type in "ipconfig". take note of the ip address for each. If it starts with 169, that means there's is no physical connection. Check your cabling or tell me, how you have it setup. Otherwise, you're good.

Second, setup the software. I am assuming, both computers run on Windows XP.
Do this on each computer.
1. Go to control panel. Go to "network and internet connections".
2. Click on 'Network Setup Wizard' on the left pane.
Check these screenshots.
http://screenshots.leeindy.com/network_setup_wizard.shtml
Follow the screenshots and do the following.
Take note of the computer name that you will enter for each computer. You must make sure that the Workgroup Name is the same for both computers. It doesnt matter what name you enter or if you leave the default as long as both computers have the same workgroup name.

Now, that you have connected them, you have to create a portal for each computer to access the other.
1. Go to computer1. Right click on a blank area on your desktop wallpaper. Left click on new>shortcut. type in \(ip address of computer 2. it should look like something like this ---> \192.168.1.3
Put the computer name of computer2 in the shortcut name box.
Try to open it. It should open the shared folders in computer2.
Repeat this process on computer2, entering the ip address and name of computer1 this time.

This will let you access the folders stored on each computer from the other. Be sure to share the folder you want to access remotely.
If you want to access 'my documents' in computer1 from the other computer, Go to computer1, right click 'my documents' and click sharing. check the box to enable sharing.
Do the same thing on any folder you want to share on the originating computer.

Oct 03, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Backlight fails after 2 mins on Sony Viao laptop. Is there a common fault? where can i source spares?


On dissasembly of the unit, having removed the mains lead from the unit and dropping out the battery, there are very few parts, just the backlight tubes which run around the periphery of the screen and a narrow Pcb at the base of the screen which is the invertor (takes a low input voltage and provides 600volts+ to drive the tube.) I obtained a replacement Invertor which resolved the fault ( cost of repair £50 and 15 minutes work.)

Take great care to ensure both the battery and the mains lead are removed pior to opening the unit as voltages around these components are in the order of 600volts when in a powered state..

Aug 11, 2008 | PC Desktops

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My labtop is on but the screen is black, it is an HP Pavilion dv600


Hold down the power button unit the machine is totally off then reboot. If the screen appears then and boots normally then change the power options and set the monitor power save to off or longer. If still no screen display then there are three other possibilities.
  1. At the base of the laptop screen there is a little hole with a switch inside that switch maybe be stuck down using a small flat blade screwdriver lift switch but be very careful
  2. The monitor data cable loose or fallen out there should be a access panel at the base of the screen to open and check this.
  3. The monitor is faulty and will need replacing
Thanks J

Jan 20, 2008 | PC Desktops

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