I've had my g510 for a while and all this time the folowing ssues have been occuring and I can find any solutions on the internet. Ok problem one:I can't use the keyboard to get into the bios/edit things within the bios as it doesn't work untill the OS is booted Problem 2: I have to keep a mic/microphone jack pluged into the keyboard at all times or it will not alow me to use any of the keys or the lcd display and this can only be resolved if I unplug and replug it in the usb port and put the mic/headphone jack in (this is an issue because I use an usb headset now)
My brand new Logitech G510 keyboard won't wake my PC up from sleep mode. My mouse (Razor DeathAdder) will wake up PC from sleep mode. When it does wake from sleep mode I hear the beeps like new hardware has been found and then I can use my keyboard. I've checked for the latest firmware and software from Logitech's website, but it's a fiasco looking for updated drivers and firmware on their site.
as described I use a Logitech G510 keyboard with multimedia keys and the posibility to insert a headset into it (the keyboard got its own soundcard). The keyboard also got a volume wheel which worked with Vista like it should: I could controle the speaker's volume by the keyboard.
Now with Win 7 I can't use the wheel anymore, even with the latest drivers.
My system: OS Win 7 professional 32 bit Intel core duo E4500 2,2 GHz; 2GB RAM Sapphire HD5770 graphiccard
On my home built system, when booting up, if I don't have this generic Dell usb keyboard hooked up, I can not choose from multiple drives I have installed with the Logitech G510 keyboard( which I use to choose, I just have to have this other keyboard connected). Other than that, it behaves normally, fine.Is there something I can do in the way of getting a driver onto a usb thumb drive and then keep that thumb drive permanently attached (like inside the case)?
What is the difference between dual link DVI and single link DVI cables? Would I see a noticeable difference if I switch to dual link cables? Would I benefit any at all from switching from single link to dual link?
I have two computers that are running Win XP Home and one that is running Win Xp Media Center Edition. Will I have any problems upgrading the Win Xp Media Center Edition?
Currently I'm trying to upgrade the system with Win Xp Home. It has a Gigabyte AMD AM2 Socket (GA-M57 SLI-S4) motherboard, AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 6000+, 4 GB of ram and a Creative SB Audigy 2 ZS soundcard.
I ran the windows 7 upgrade adviser on the computer and then someone suggest I also run the vista upgrade adviser as well. On both it is telling me that there is a problem with "Windows Aero Support". I've seen lots of posts stating it will run on their video card but I have not seen anything on mine and need to know if I can upgrade to Win 7 Home Premium without a problem. My video card is a NVidia Geforce 7900 GTX. Does anyone know if that card will work with Win 7?
Then also it is telling me that my D-Link DWA-130 Wireless USB adapter is a problem. I went to their website and they have Vista drivers but not Win 7. Someone suggested not downloading the D-Link drivers but downloading the vista drivers and that it would work. I have little knowledge regarding Win 7 and therefore didn't know if this was good advice or bad advice on downloading the vista drivers. Is anyone here using this wireless adapter successfully with Win 7?
Last it mentions that it is not compatible with the Creative Game Port. I don't know if this is something that is downloaded with my Gigaabyte motherboard recovery disc. I don't think it was something I installed but not sure. AS far as I know it is not something I'm using so it doesn't matter if it isn't compatible (at least I think it's not). I didn't know if anyone knew about this.
I'm hoping anyone that has experience with any of this hardware will let me know if it is compatible with Win 7 before I upgrade it only to find it is compatible to upgrade.
I am trying to link my windows 7 computer to my Sony Bravia television. I have bought ethernet cables for my TV and router. I can get you tube on the TV so the link with the router seems to be OK. My computer is wifi to the router. How do I get the computer to recognise the TV? When I link them up I plan to play a slideshow.
OK so I already wrote all this once so give me a break if this gets brief. I have AT&T DSL and at the most inconvenient times I get sent to an AT&T page that states " The Broadband Link is Currently Not Available" It has a reset button at the bottom but there is no need because I can wait a moment and refresh and it will say problem solved please close the browser. This has the ability to cause lost work.I have read alot of forums blaming everything from the wiring to the phone lines in the house to the hardware, anyhow everything on this house is Wifi so I don't know if this problem persist over hard line but I assume it does because others have complained of it.
I have D-Link router 2650U, and I'd like to use QoS on my router to get the highest priority for internet, for gaming, surfing or w/e.I had some issues configure the parameters so help me please, pictures :As u see I've enabled the QoS I've enabled here QoS too, though I don't know what those options and DSCP means and if I even need it.. Here I've set its priority This how it looks after I've done making the 'QoS' for my pc/ports, not sure if its good. This is the window where I need help insert the right details to give the priority to my PC, the ports 7700~7800(range) are the ports for the game I play GunZ I found out those ports through Port Forward website. I just want to know if the QoS is right, or how can I make my whole PC with the highest priority and not just ports. Will disabling items help/harm my internet? And putting it in such order is better? or give the web client network higher priority?And also disabling all those items?
Im hoping someone can help me with my wireless issue. I have a D-link DWA 120 usb adaptor connected to a new Windows 7 RC (x64) build. The problem is that I am unable to get the darn thing to work.
First of all when I plug it into the cradle it does not even blink. Plugged it directly to the PC and still does not light up. Even though it appears in device manager as "!USB WLAN device". When I try to update the driver automatically it says "Windows could not find driver software..". I then try to specify a location but that returns the same error above.
I have tried to run the setup in compatibility mode as per the instructions I found on this site and although the installtion appears to complete successfully, I still dont have it working.
I have a d-link x-treme router and internal pci card. It worked great for about a year and today it can't find any networks. I tried disabling all the other network adapters like the Ethernet and Bluetooth, but that didn't work this time like it did with vista.
I have also tried having windows repair it and it couldn't. I disabled and enabled my adapter, no good. I know it's not the router because I'm using my iPod touch to type this message. My Mom isn't having any problems with her laptop connection either.
I looked into it and have found that I'm not the only one who has been having problems, but so far, no one is sharing the solution. All I have heard is that is has something to do with the driver. However I haven't updated anything and it has been working fine for two months.
I've got a user that has a laptop with two external HP monitors. One monitor is connected via VGA connection to the laptop - the other is using an HP Display Link adapter over VGA and/or DVI. The screen that is connected to the Display Link adapter keeps stalling. He will move Internet Explorer over to that screen, try to maximize the window, and it freezes, but if he moves another window, like Windows Explorer over to that screen on top of it then Internet Explorer will start to respond.
Things I've tried: updating drivers on the integrated graphics, updating drivers on display link adapter, replacing display link adapter, changing usb ports, changing refresh rates on the monitors, and alternating between DVI and VGA connection on the Display Link adapter. Oh, and also disabling Windows Aero.
When I click Start>My Pictures I get the error message "Pictures.Library-MS" is no longer working. This library can be safely deleted from your computer. Folders that have been included will not be affected. I can still access My Pictures by clicking Start>User>My Pictures, so there still there. Is there a way to correct this.?
Installed D-link DWA-140 on my laptop running Windows7 SP1,no problem with the installation.Clicked on the D-Link icon, up came D-link Wireless Connection Manager this was empty, clicked on new and entered my wireless network, clicked on activate, nothing happened.Went to Network and Sharing Center, On the left clicked on change adapter settings, my D-link Connection is showing Disabled, right click, then on Enable, changed to enabling, then enabled, D-link still Disabled.I have the message, Wireless adapter not found, insert the adapter now.My question is?. Where do I find the Wireless Adapter.I went to Device Manager then Network adapters the D-Link adapter is showing and there is No yellow mark on it, right clicked, This device is working properly.
IE 9 - When I click onto link, after a search, the link comes up with a different web site and not as the link indicates. I am forced into a web site not as indicated. My Grandson's computer is doing the same now.
my friends use Windows 7 and IE 9, but it only works right for them from the administrator's account.From a normal user's account clicking the link in IE 9 would open up the link in a new tab (as normal) and launch the Sopcast software, but would not tune it to the right channel.Under the administrator's account it did initially require 2 or 3 permissions, but as the regular user it doesn't even ask.I tried changing the regular user account to an administrator and reinstalling the software by the new admin, but it still did not work and did not even pop the permissions.Only lowering the UAC all the way to 0 made it work, but upping it again even one notch disabled things again. It never asked for any permissions, like it did under the other account.I searched and found others with somewhat similar issues, but no direct solution.I guess Windows 7 blocks it for the regular user, but how can I authorize it? Make it ask me?Should it have been working or is it something generally blocked, on purpose?
Not sure what happened, but starting this afternoon, Explorer 9 (released version via automatic update) will not open a link in a new tab, nor will it open that line into a new explorer window.Looked at multiple complaints and fixes for this, none worked (including the scripts). recent automatic windows 7 update to "allow further updates", I used firefox for the first time - note did not set it as the default, there was a java update and an adobe update. This machine is windows 7 sp1, completely updated 64bit home premium system. Turned off all the add ons, restarted - didn't fix it. Tried the script for the same problem, that didn't work. All the resetting has done, is removed the tool bars I like to use and it still doesn't work.
Our laptop is using 7 and commonly fails to make links on a site. The desktop we have runs XP and easily allows us to move around within URLs. We need the ability to use 7 to conduct our business but something is amiss.
As it goes, windows 7 doesn't support my wireless card, without one I cant go to the internet to search Microsoft online driver database. The card in question is Dlink DWL-510... The card manufacturer isn't going to publish 64bit drivers and I don't know what to do?
The windows 7 driver database don't have my driver, although I had some success installing other drivers with similar chip-set and passes instal process (realtek), but card simply doesn't work, even when windows say that card is installed successfully.
I recently got a small sdd for my system. However, being a heavy gamer, my appdata folder is starting to get quite large and I do not want to "waste" all the writes on my sdd. I used this guide to move my entire user file over. User Profile - Change Default Locationfter finishing that I realized my programs might still be trying to reference my old appdata folder and tried to make a symbolic linkmklink/J D:Frederick C:UsersFrederickAppdataWhere D is my new user file after I moved it. It keeps telling me "Cannot create a file when that file already exists." I checked the path myself (typed C:UsersFrederickAppdata) and it told me it did not exist, so
I can't seem to portforward on the new D-Link routers? I got my router this year, so it's one of the new black ones that stand up? It has all of the wifi info on the side of the router. Anyway, I'm trying to portforward, followed a couple of guides but when I go on 'canyouseeme' it says it's not open? Is there any video tutorials for portforwarding with this router because I'm fed up now.
I connect wirelessly to my D-Link DIR-685 router and my D-Link DNS-323 NAS is connected to the 685 via ethernet. I can see other computers and devices on the network just not the DNS-323. I had no dramas with it in Vista. Windows 7 just does not see it???
I,m using w7 64 bit. On about half of the web sites I go to if I click on a link I get a blank page. I reset everything to default settings but no joy. I remember reading about this in the past and it is a windows setting but I forget which.
This just happened a few hours ago. Scrolling still works fine but clicking (used to open the clicked link in new tab) doesn't work anymore. I've tried this in both Chrome and FF and tried a restart but nothing has worked.
My computer was working fine yesterday, it showed about 6 Networks and I was able to connect to my own network, D-Link fine. Now after playing a game via game booster I tried to acces Google Chrome and it says "this webpage is not available" I cant acces Skype or steam or anything that requires internet. I thought I had simply disconnected my self but when I went to check, it shows no networks. I thought this was my connection but then tried other devices "I-Mac, I-Pad, Windows XP Desktop and a DSI" and they all seem to find many networks and connect to D-Link fine.
I've got a home network with Homegroup working fine across three /four machines & printers.I've just installed a small test server and loaded Windows Small Business Server 2011 (SBS2011)I've tried connecting to this server from two Win 7 pc's and having no joy. Also, cannot even see the server on my network from the pc's.If I try to use the sbs2011 connector software (as recommended) I enter url... and get a software download from the server. This is supposed to make it easy to link the pc to the server and run backups and so-on.However it fails and gives me an "unexpected error" after trying to log me in (I think).I cannot see the server at all from the pcs other than by using remote desktop protocol - network search and network sharing both fail to see it.I've removed my pcs from the homegroup in case that is the conflict but still no joy.BTW, the server CAN see the other pcs on the network when it performs a network search.