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Changing Welcome page on AOL back to English from Latino
To choose your language preferences:
1. On the AOL® toolbar, click the Settings icon.
2. On the Index tab, click the Language Preference link.
3. Choose the Experience AOL in English or the AOL en Espanol con AOL Latino option by clicking it.
4. Click the Save button.
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Asus laptop, fn keys
Hello, Brad has right, but I think solution # 2 offered by this instructive video gives you the solution.
I have a Dell Latitude
A cmos password can be deleted by removing the cmos battery and moving the jumper to the clear position. TAke out battery and remove adapter. Wait a few minutes and put battery back in - cmos defaults will have been restored with no password. If you use a Hiren 15.2 disk or equivalent you can get into the computer OS, control panel, and delete any password accounts in the user area.
i have been working
i can help your without removing or changing eeprom chip . just send me service tag i will send u master password..
CANT REMEMBER PASSWORD HOW DO
which password did you forget? there are diff password levels, BIOS password, HDD password, Windows Login Password...
For BIOS PW, you can try chatting with dell to bypass password
For HDD PW, no solution: get another HDD
Windows Login: try to DL a PW cracking SW, worst case scenario, Re-install windows..
I have a Latitude D600
I dont think the JACK is the problem, I suspect a bad headphone wire (intermittent) or an incorrect driver, headphone jacks in laptops are software controlled, (no mechanical switch inside) if you hear sound in both the headphones and the speakes it is a driver issue, try updating the driver, if the headphone wire is erratic it can fool the software that controlls the input and do crazy things also...
What is DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL Error or 0x000000D1 Error?
A 0x000000d1 error occurs when one of the drivers you have installed on your computer has become corrupted or is behaving in an unstable way. To fix this problem you can roll back your drivers, update your drivers or restore your system to the last known good configuration. If you have recently installed new drivers or new plug-and-play software, it's very likely that the errors you are seeing are due to this.
Updating Your Drivers:
If you know which drivers you haven't updated in a while, then the first step you should take is to update those drivers. A newer version of a driver is less likely to suffer from system instability issues the way an old driver might. Updating your drivers usually involves going to the product's website. If you recently installed a new NVIDIA graphics card, for example, you would go to the NVIDIA website and look for their driver's section. To update your drivers successfully you will need to know the exact model of the hardware or accessory that you recently installed and the operating system you are currently using.
1. Go to the manufacturer's website.
2. Find the Drivers section.
3. Select your Operating System.
4. Select the model of your hardware.
5. Download and install.
Rolling Back Your Drivers:
If updating your drivers doesn't help, you may need to go in the opposite direction. If the hardware or accessory item that is causing this issue is something you've been using for some time, it may be that the most recent drivers are causing the problem. This is often true if you're using an older operating system, such as Windows XP or Windows Vista. When you roll back a driver you will be rolling it back to a prior version that you had used successfully in the past.
1. Click on the Start button and navigate to the Control Panel.
2. Open Hardware and Sound.
3. Open the Device Manager.
4. Right click on the applicable device.
5. Select Properties.
6. Click on the Driver tab.
7. Click on Rollback Driver.
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DRIVER IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL Error or 0x000000D1 Error ( Fixed )
Windows xp pro wont shut down
Just about any system can be forced to shut down by holding the Power key/button for at least 5 seconds, some may require 10.
This is not a good way to stop a system since stupid Windows has to unload in an organized manner or it can get hopelessly confused.
You might try running the Restore routine and back-date your system to an earlier day:
Open the Start menu, click on Run, enter "rstrui.exe" (no quotes) and click OK to start.
You should get a calendar showing which past days are available to run.
You won't lose any of your work but any updates installed since that past day are null and void so you may get messages from your AV program or from Win itself.
Everest college has put a freeze on my computer
I got an Everest Online University laptop from a pawn shop, I wiped the hard drive and re-installed windows, the white screen came back, I installed a Linux Operating System (Ultimate Edition 3.0) and the Everest Block was unable to work,problem solved, never saw the problem ever again on that computer.
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