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Error 107 (net::ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR): Unknown error.
You are using a security protocol not compatible with the site's certificate. It depends on which browser you're using, but I have a few fixes in mind.
If you're using Internet Explorer: At the top go to Tools then Internet Options, then click on the tab that says Advanced. Scroll down through the list and you want to make sure that "Use SSL 3.0" is checked.
If you're using Firefox: At the top go to Tools, then Options. Then the tab that says Advanced. Click on the tab in the lower portion that says Encryption. Make sure "Use SSL 3.0" is selected.
If you're using Google Chrome: Uninstall and reinstall the newest version.
on Mar 12, 2018
Cd stuck in my HP 17-e061nr laptop..the door tray opens and closes fine but the cd wont come out
That's a tough one. First, be prepared for the CD to be ruined. The process of getting it stuck or extracting it is likely to cause some significant scratches. If you can look into the drive and see the disc, try using some tweezers to work it out. Take your time - it's likely to be jammed up in there pretty good.
If you can't see the disc you may need to remove the drive and either attempt to disassemble it or just replace it altogether (the latter being my recommendation). If you look on the bottom of your laptop you should see a screw that is positioned on the centerline of the optical drive at what would be the back of the drive. It may even have a disc icon next to it. Power off, unplug it and remove the battery. Remove the screw then try pulling the optical drive straight out from the chassis. If you need leverage, use a paper clip to push the manual eject (behind the little hole in the front bezel of the drive) and use the drawer to -gently- pull on the drive. Replacement is just a matter of sliding the drive back in, seating it in the connector and replacing the screw.
If you opt to replace the drive you should be able to find compatible parts on eBay if you don't want to pay HP for an OEM part.
on Dec 09, 2013
No even if you did replace those few dios who to say that it will still work. It will cost you more money trying to fix this motherboard while you can replace it one time, and be finished with it. I would contact HP and order a replacement motherboard.
on Dec 18, 2012
No audio out put found
Hello manding, to restore any area dealing with the sound on your Computer; the same location will apply. First, click on the "Start Button," in the (right pane) Control Panel, next in the category listings, select Hardware and Sound, open and choose "Manage Sound Devices." The Sound window will open; click the "Playback" button, there should be a Speakers Icon, highlight to open, look below to find the "Properties button, open the next window. There will be (4) four buttons "General, Level... first select the "General" button. Next, in the top of the window there will be a "Driver" button, click on that button, select to "Update Driver." You can go back and "Tour the other areas, Speaker Level etc..." If you have a "MIC" do the same for the Microphone as you have done for (Speakers). Note: "Apply and OK all changes, to take effect. "Restart the computer to finalize the changes." I hope this information is helpful, thank you for using FixYa." paul70f9
on Jan 31, 2011
Error 107 (net::ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR): Unknown error.
If you are using an email program, you don't have the protocol setup correctly. If you are trying with a web browser, you have another problem.
If you are using Google's Chromium. I don't know of a fix except to use another web browser and set it to Classic mode. Now Google's Chromium should work.
on Jan 28, 2011
I need Sound driver HP
Sorry to said but there are no drivers for your notebook for Windows 7. I suggest you to download from this link
previous drivers and use these drivers at your notebook in compatibility mode. This means that before the drivers installation, right click on the installation file, choose properties - compatibility and check compatibility with the version of the drivers you download. For example if you download the drivers for Vista check the Vista compatibility. Note that the Vista drivers are available for 64bit also.
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on Nov 03, 2010
I'm a gramma; when i try to go to my gmail, i get
Are you using Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox ?
Open Internet Explorer
Click on TOOLS option from menu bar on top ( or Ranch like icon on right side on tool bar )
Click on INTERNET OPTIONS
the General Tab - Under Browsing History you will find - Delete Button.
Click on the button and click on Delete all button below.
put check mark on the option : Also delete files and settings stored by add-ons. and click Yes.
will go thru the process of deleting the unwanted files and webpages
and other data stored on your pc that is blocking the net access to
Close the Internet Options and close Internet Explorer and try to open your website. Tt should work
Click on TOOLS ( from menu bar
Click on OPTIONS
Click on PRIVACY TAB on top
Choose the option - Clear all Current History. Click Apply Button
Click on ADVANCE TAB on top and Click on RESTORE Factory Defaults - Click Apply
Click OK and try to browse
Also Click on START button
Type " %temp% " and hit enter ( without " quotes " )
Select all the files shows in this folder and delete them.
These are temporary files and folders and you can delete them without causing any problem to your pc.
This helps run your PC faster too
Try to launch yahoo and it should open. your issue should be resolved.
on Sep 21, 2010
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