See How To Perform a BIOS or CMOS Reset
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See How To Perform a BIOS or CMOS Reset
Yes, I remember seeing that at the time.
But "Sum Ting Wong" has been around as long as I can remember.
Sum Ting Wong.
"Dilbert's Tech Support" operator talking English, not Indglish???
Who would have thought of that? :huh:
Beats head against wall!
A way around the problem might be if you ask around friends/neighbours/family, etc. and find an XP retail (or upgrade) product key. While disconnected from the Internet...
Who cares how old? Still funny.
One of my favourites is:
Good on yeh Randy!
Possibly. If the motherboard is more than about six months old and you haven't upgraded the BIOS (or UEFI) then you would do well to check for an upgrade. Look up your motherboard's model number on...
Please describe the noise more specifically, i.e.: is it a "clicking", "grinding", "whirring", or some other kind of noise?
Is the noise constant when the PC is powered on, or does it only happen...
Have a look at your browsers' add-ons (Control Panel\Internet Options\Programs tab, click "Manage add-ons". In Firefox & Chrome look for "Add-ons" and/or "Extensions" in "Settings").
It might be worthwhile to check for a newer display driver (look up your laptop's model number on Toshiba's Support website).
Further to my #11 and #26 posts re the LO download file having unexpected extension "man" instead of expected "msi".
A few minutes ago I checked again at http://www.libreoffice.org/download
Earlier an AVG message popped up from my taskbar's notification area:
It would probably help if the OP gave more details about what he means by "onsite backup".
I am not trying to pick an argument with you. In the "Display" dialog on this Win7Pro PC 100% is default. Have checked one of my workbench desktops (Win7HP) and my Toshiba P300 laptop (Win7HP) and...
When I googled:
"Internet Download Manager" malware
(with the quotes & malware outside the quotes) just now Google returned "About 525,000 results (0.33 seconds)". this Malwarebytes forum page...
Further to my #11 post:
I just went to http://www.libreoffice.org/download again and then right-clicked the "Download Version 4.4.1" button then left-clicked "Copy Shortcut" (IE11) then pasted the...
The default is 100%, not 125%.
There is also the "Magnifier" tool (linked in the "Display" dialog, or go to Start\All Programs\Accessories\Ease of Access).
I suggested Mozilla Thunderbird in my #6 post mainly because your posts indicate you have been using OE for years and want to continue with something similar.
Outlook 2003 can be made to work in...
It would help if we can see the coding of some of the links. But best if you can post a text file.
Right-click the link then left-click on "Copy Shortcut" (IE) or "Copy Link Location" (FF) then...
As PaulT says in his #5 post "Changing email program does NOT require you change email address".
Mozilla Thunderbird would suit you very well, and has an "Import" function you can use to...
Have a look at Personal Backup.
I don't use it myself, but have helped some customers with it who weren't confident with configuring the program.
Have a look at Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Display
I just downloaded LibreOffice v4.4.1 from http://www.libreoffice.org/download/libreoffice-fresh/ but the file extension was ".man", not ".msi" as I expected. But after changing the extension to...
Bad links. Web programmers very often use 1x1pixel GIF images when defining "blank" areas to be displayed on webpages; they then specify "width", "height", etc attributes to the GIF. Sounds like...
Then try reinstalling XP SP3 to your VirtualBox. If that allows you to access the Internet from XP then obviously the problem is to do with the networking components of XP (TCP/IP, Winsock, etc.). If...
In that case you need to check that the host OS has the latest drivers, to allow the XP VirtualBox installation to communicate via TCP/IP via its drivers and via the host OS drivers.