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Wireless connection to internet works. But when I
hi there, first thing is to check if drivers for your ethernet is installed in your computer. you can go to control panel then system then device manager then look for network adapter. your ethernet device should be present there tand there is no exclamation point in front. if LAN device is not present, or with exclamation point, you may try reisntalling you LAN card drivers to fixed the issue. you drivers must be located at the driverdisk that came with the system.
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on Apr 14, 2010
Can't access my sent e-mails
OK, that should be a simple fix.
When Outlook Express is open, go to the top and select tools, then options. You will see a number of tabs across the top of that window, and you want to select the send tab, and insure that there is a check mark in front of "Save copy of sent messages in the 'Sent Items' folder". As far as the deleted messages are concerned, go the the Maintenance tab, and insure that "Empty messages from the 'Deleted Items' folder on exit does not have a check mark in front of it.
Good luck, and hope this solves your problem.
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on Mar 17, 2009
It sounds to me like your monitor is going......if the computer itself is functioning fine, and you have even reset the monitor to the default, and still having problems, I would say it's time for a new monitor. You can find reasonable ones on ebay. I got two 19" monitors off of there and I am thrilled with them. Just be sure to check the ratings of the seller before bidding or buying.
on Dec 29, 2007
Hi i have emachine 8230 tower
firstly lets think why a Working pc would no longer BOOT. The boot process then. a pc starts the bios which POST's. this results in ONE BEEP which might be followed by messages(if you get several beeps then they are like morse code long/short and count out an error code). when you get your ONE BEEP the pc is working. when it then HANGS(appears to do nothing) its usually because of either a) the cd drive is duff so disconnect its cables. b) the hard drive is duff so disconnect its cables c) the hard drive hasnt quite died yet but has some very slow sectors and is making the Clackety Clack of the heads recalibrating every few seconds. d) there could be a a gpu card bios glitch and your pc is running but you just have a blank screen. some hints then 1) never start removing parts as that corrupts the CMOS(the battery backed up configuration for your BIOS) so you may need to clear your cmos. 2) never play with the idea of changing ram sticks as people usually end up putting them in any old slot(which may result in a non working pc). make sure a PAIR is fitted in slots 0/2 and a separate matching pair in 1/3 slots not in slots 0/1 which is two half pairs. Other factors. 1) a short circuit. your PSU has built in protection, if the psu fan(inside case of the psu) turns and kicks back and immediately stops you have a short circuit and its cuts the power to avoid a fire/meltdown, which could be caused by high wattage gpu(>60 watts) without its extra power cables fitted or wrongly connected front usb cables or removing a mainboard and fitting it into a new box where the board has its support posts NOT lined up with the holes fro the screws so the post is touching underside of the board circuits. hope some of that helps.
on Nov 22, 2018
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