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25 Feb 2013   #1081
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26 Feb 2013   #1082

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27 Feb 2013   #1083

Windows 7 Professional 64bit

Hey. I'm new to this forum.
You might not expect this but I'm a 13 year old girl. I'm into digital stuff. Well, I got my own PC last year and I'm not all that nooby Since then I have been learning everything I could about computers. Though I'm more of a software person, I do know just a bit about hardware.
Nice to meet you all!
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28 Feb 2013   #1084
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Welcome to Seven Forums binarymonster. We don't underestimate the ladies here

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28 Feb 2013   #1085

Windows 7 Ultimate 32-Bit & Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit

Welcome to the Forum , binarymonster
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28 Feb 2013   #1086

Microsoft Windows 8.1 Enterprise 64-bit

Welcome aboard, binarymonster! I'm not at all surprised that a 13 year old girl gets IT stuff! I have a 17 year old daughter and she's very knowledgeable about computers and fixes her own! Of course, it helps that her father (me) is an IT guy since 1987!
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28 Feb 2013   #1087

windows 7 ultimate

welcome myself!!!hahahahaha!!!bydaway im yayz..hope i can well participate here...
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28 Feb 2013   #1088
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Welcome to Seven Forums yayz. A Guy
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01 Mar 2013   #1089
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Welcome to the forums yayzski and binarymonster
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02 Mar 2013   #1090

Windows 7 ultimate 32
Avoid Panic Mode--i.e. Reboot

Shut off computer, maybe wait 10 or more seconds-- why that is sometimes helpful I dunno ---and reboot fixes some, if not many presumed problems i.e. I've relearned recently-- cause I had forgot ---that rebooting often times solves problems.

I too am relatively new to my used 2007, Toshiba(2009), A135 Satelite 1.73 Ghz,Intel core duo laptop. Minor buggies and some I figured out others not.

Recently did lastest security updates after waiting, reading/research here and all went well for a day or two. Also there was a strange Toshiba update that appeared and I processed it. Presumed it was not a viral/trojan/malware bug, as my free anti-bug defender and Avast said nothing about it.

I had done the Toshibal update twice-- sperate day cause I think I clicked incorrect something first time around but still had turned off computer at twice since then and all was ok. Also done a defrag later that day.

Then the next moring( yesterday ) turn-on computer and notice the Toshiba BIOS screen had larger font than than normal. So then I get to main screen and network adaptor driver is said to be missing cannot find and I have no access to my WIFI etc.....

I forgot the reboot golden rule, and while computer is still on, I go to office where there is ethernet cable access to computer. Still no access. Finally I reboot and Toshiba BIOS screen no longer has large font, and I have cable access to internet.

Go back home start computer again, and now all is bacl to normal WIFI access etc ergo I never needed to find a new network adpator driver...whew!

So the simple mora(?) and reminder of this story isto Avoid Panic--- good advice in general ---and remember to try rebooting procedures at least once, when computer doesn't want to play nice.

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