You can perform Acer Chromebook troubleshooting with these steps. Chromebook issues can generally be addressed by resetting the device back to factory defaults, but if the issue is a hardware defect, you will need to first diagnose and then take measures to repair the machine. The following are some of the more common issues you may have with your Acer Chromebook. Acer Chromebook Troubleshooting To begin, many problems can be fixed simply by performing a factory reset of your Chromebook. This will ensure any changes you made to the computer since you received it are wiped out ...
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Don’t fret if you have a dumb home. You can dip your toe into the smart home market with these creative uses for smart plugs. Smart plugs allow you to somewhat automate home tasks that you do routinely or setup procedures for when you leave or enter the home. They do this without the necessity of having a creepy home assistant such as the Amazon Echo, Google Home or any other company that wants to put a listening device in your living room. This article was created to provide some creative uses for smart plugs when we came to realization
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This HP Computer Repair Guide was created for those HP users out there that are either trying to recover from a system crash or are waiting for the inevitable and paralyzed with fear because they will not know what to do when it happens. You have no Windows install disk, after all. What will happen […]
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I have a Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro. After reading one night, I placed the laptop on one side next to the bed, and went to sleep. Next day, laptop didn't boot up. All I get is a black screen, with the fan turning on within 15 seconds.
I went through several steps (disconnecting battery, pushing start button for several minutes, etc) and still cannot get to pass the black screen (nothing on display). To validate that the display is not at fault, I plugged in a monitor. No video on the external monitor. The monitor doesn't even turn on.
At this point in time it could be the motherboard, or the video card. I think that if the RAM will be at fault, I should get at least the Lenovo logo on the screen.
I also heard that Lenovo uses a hardware validation logic, and even the keyboard failure could sent the laptop on a loop for a black screen. Is this true?
I took the laptop to a computer shop for a free test, and they said that they don't know what is at fault. They think is the motherboard.
Not sure what to do next. Have you encounter this similar situation?
This "window" keeps popping up every time I start my computer up (attached pictures). I have run malware bytes and Avira (free version) both found nothing. I have opened the task manager and there is no applications running and I am not tech savy enough to know which processes are running that shouldn't be (also attached). I can't find anything on google to help me with this either so I am hoping someone here can. I did see some posts about similar problems and they were related to windows updates.
Does anyone know what this is?Is this a virus or some other malware that I should be worried about? Is there anything I can/should do to get rid of it?
Thank you in advance for any help
Hello, I'm currently trying to install windows 7 64 pro with sp1 on my Asus TUF B350-M Plus with a Ryzen 5 1600 CPU.
I downloaded the AMD b350 chipset drivers for windows 7 64 and I tried to use ntlite to integrate the AMD b350 chipset drivers into Windows 7 pro 64 sp1.
But when I run it, to create an ISO, it comes up with an error as pictured.
If I press continue ntlite creates the ISO, which I then put on to a USB stick using Rufus.
But when I boot from it there is no USB functionality for either mouse and keyboard on the first screen, where you select language etc.
I have an Alienware 13 from about 2013 with Windows 7 and a Nvidia GeForce GT750 M graphics card with integrated graphics with intel (it switches between the better nvidia and the regular intel that saves battery, but the computer has to be reset for it to change). Anyway every once in a while after I've been using the computer for a bit, it makes this horrible noise and gives a dialog box with the yellow triangle with the ! in the middle that says Problem Ejecting NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M as the title. Then in the box it says, The 'NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M' is not removable and cannot be ejected or unplugged. I took a picture on my phone and i tried to attach it here but it says the file is too large, so I apoligize for not being able to show it. If anyone knows how I might be able to fix this issue, I would be eternally grateful.
Thank you so much in advance,