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January 30, 2009 at 1:50 am in reply to: What am I doing to make BT and battery icon disappear from tray? #181765
try to check you haven’t turned on show UPnP device in Network Places
THAT WAS IT!
Why? I’ve always shown UPnP devices because myself and my two neighbors split a very very fat fiber connection. We have consoles and media servers and etc running and I don’t ever think this has been a problem for me in the past
THANK YOU. What’s your PayPal address so I can send you $5!January 30, 2009 at 1:11 am in reply to: What am I doing to make BT and battery icon disappear from tray? #181764
Right click on your start bar and click on “Properties”. Either remove the tick from”Hide inactive icons” or click on “Customize” and change required icons to “Always show”.
This is not an NC10 thing, it’s a Windows thing.
I know how to do that ;P that is not the issue and “always show battery in tray” is checked in the power properties. I am an expert computer user, I have NEVER had this issue on any of my many laptopsJanuary 28, 2009 at 7:34 pm in reply to: WLAN_Atheros_184.108.40.206 driver update dated 2009-01-22 #181005
I tried this driver update, even after the warnings above because I am an expert user
I had no issues and like the Atheros utility however because my I run my router in mixed WPA/WPA2 function to allow XBOX 360 to connect via wireless (it does not support WPA2)
I am afraid my netbook is also running in WPA mode instead of WPA2 because the program does not seperate WPA2 from WPA….January 28, 2009 at 12:55 am in reply to: [NC10]Intel 4965 Wireless Card Does NOT Work With NC10 ?! #181366
Glad I read this. I was about to buy a 1505 card on eBay.
I bought a 5300 but found it unacceptable with my Wireless-N routerJanuary 9, 2009 at 3:48 am in reply to: WLAN Atheros AR5007EG Wireless Wifi Dropout Issues #178999
I am also getting dropouts, was this ever resolved?
I reinstalled Windows using Samsung’s image on the 6GB EISA partition.
Issues have seemed to’ve gone away. Had to remove all the crapware again though!
Before I reinstalled XP I never had any issues
Now, when using Samsung driver or previous .150 driver (2 months older than latest) my WiFi connects to my network then randomly dies.
It doesn’t lose the connection, it stays connected but no data is transmitted. Pinging my router and such doesn’t work.
Like I said, I never had this issue before I reinstalled XP. I reinstalled using the Samsung disc and then used Intel’s latest chipset driver and Samsung’s other drivers for everything else.December 28, 2008 at 6:20 pm in reply to: Reinstalling XP, which Samsung programs are vital? #177609
Thanks guys 🙂
That is likely something that will work great.
However, does anyone know of a device that will take VGA and convert it into true HDMI? I realize HDMI is a digital signal and VGA is obviously analog, but that would be awesome to output true 1920×1080 when I needed to (I know GMA950 can output 1920×1080 to an external display.)
Also, yes — a secondary device IS supported as evidenced by the second monitor output in display (settings tab)
Did anyone else strip the RAM cover screw.
Well, I did. I was so upset.
I got angry and took a small razorblade and popped up the panel from the part of the cover furthest from the screw. In other words, right above the small tabs in the memory cover slot that you insert first when putting it back on. So, I pop up both sides and then slide the memory cover 90 degrees. Mind you, the screw is still in place.
Pop in my Corsair 2GB/667MHz module and it worked pefect. Popped the RAM cover back in place and off I went.
I also noticed an eBay auction for the NC10 where the seller stated “one of the screws is stripped” LOL I bet it’s the RAM slot.