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Hi, Ive a packard bell easynote B3340 laptop which
Hi, This happens mainly when you play a lot of DVDs the lens inside the DVD drive gets scratches on it. May be It has a lot of scratches on it and it has the problem to read the DVDs and it stalls. You can clean your dvd lens with soft dry cotton and check if it works or a DVD player lens replacement is needed or replace the whole DVD Player. If your computer is under warranty it is replaced by the company for free.Another option: To Watch your DVD items you can simply copy the DVD and paste it somewhere on your computer then you can use it smoothly.for more Visit: http://leadingpcfix.com/Thanks
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Uninstall the Belkin software and see if it helps. If not, then you will have to do a soft reinstall of the OS over the curent install with your Packard Bell Windows Cd, or a fresh install. (Make sure you make a back if you are doing a fresh install.
If you have made a restore point earlier, you can try to restore the system to a point before you installed the Belkin router. This way you do not need to do a fresh Windows install. But you will lose any data you stored since the time of that restore point.
Most major manufacturers supply manuals
online so if you were to log on to the manufacturer's web site, you
may be pleasantly surprised as usually, if available, one is able to
download, by model number, Customer
Instruction Manuals, Dealer
Network for spare part supplies as
The information is normally free of
I hope this helps.
EasyNote pentium 4.I formatted my laptop of the
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6 screens showing on laptop
If you have the correct type of mouse on Windows XP and the scroll wheel clicks, this is what you have done click it again to return to the normal desktop. I think that you will find that you have the BSOD (blue screen of death) have you recently installed new memory or installed a USB device like a memory stick.
If you hit F8 on startup and then start the windows with last known good config this might start up correctly. If this fails then could you let me know what one of the blue screens says.
Enter Safe mode and then install this reg tweak to disable BSOD
and then restart you should be able to read what the screen says.
I believe that this is something that has been developed in Vista to make it easier to see you minimized windows.
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