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When you phone the machine does it ring for few seconds then squeal down the line to you? If it doesn't then the fax is at fault. If it does then its conecting to the line ok. Having problems installing these now and again. Sometimes takes alot of restarting the machine to get it to work


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The boot password is set in the BIOS. I'm not sure how it got turned on but it doesn't look like you are the first. Since you are not a "computer wiz" you might want to just call HP if your laptop is still under support. If not you can try to clear the power on password in the bios. Turn the system on and hit F10 key until you get into the BIOS. Use ...


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There are a couple of ways of bypassing this. One would involve opening the PC and resetting the CMOS, another would be using a script such as given here. In this case I think the best thing to do would be to use the HP provided password reset generator I found after some searching. Here is the thread and here is the tool. You should have a key being shown ...


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I had this problem with my refurbished Dell Latitude E6400. I tried everything suggested on sites like this one. Nothing worked. I tried swapping the supplied transformer (output 19.5v; 4.62A) for an old one I have (output 19.5v; 3.34A). Hey presto! Not only did the battery start charging but things that had slowed down were suddenly good as new.


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Some steps you should try: Turn off the printer. Disconnect the power supply and wait for a few seconds, just to be sure. Then turn it back on. Often a reboot fixes most printer issues. If that doesn't help, open the printer and remove the cyan cadridge. Make sure that both the chip and the connectors are perfectly clean. Re-insert the cadridge and check. ...


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Thanks for your answers/suggestions. After all the research on internet and on laptop, problem was with wifi/bluetooth card(Had to pay around 2000 INR for new card & installation charges). Please keep this also in mind if anyone ever come across such issue.


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This is an internal issue but is easily fixable with a 3rd party program called Sharpkeys. Sharpkeys requires Microsoft .NET framework 4.0 or more. Steps: Install Sharpkeys from their website here. Click "add" and map Left Ctrl(00_1D) to Right Ctrl(E0_1D). This will map the left ctrl to act like the right ctrl and will fix your problem. EDIT : Can you ...



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