Awhile back I ordered a refurbished Dell Optiplex 390, after turning it on, I got to thinking about the games that usually come with the computer, mine was windows 7. I distinctively remember playing chess on that operating system, however, I was unable to find it anywhere. After doing some searching I was able to find the answer to my question and decided to share it with my readers who may have ended up with the same dilemma.
After locating the Start button, you want to click on the control panel, go to program and features. On the left side of the windows pane you should see turn onwindows features on and off. Click on this,
Once the menu opens up you want to look for GAMES.
Click box next to GAMES,
then click OK
Once this box from above disappears you will be able to play your games.
The Track pad on a laptop is a useful tool, however, I found out early on, it got to be more of a nuance when I tried searching for something on the internet.
YouTube, had several people who had different ideas, however since I was working with Windows 8.1 at the time, this being a tablet format nothing worked.
To give you an example, I would try to type inside the search field, and I would end up with garbage as the text. This would then delete itself and it got to be so frustrating. I went as far as switching to a large keyboard for a while. I was at my wits ends and just thought that it was something I was going to have to deal with.
I feel the Lord lead me to the answer when I thought of giving it one last try on the internet. It was like there it was, so I figured well it wasn’t going to be easy, having to go through the Bios, my thinking was why there of all places. So, I gave it a shot and sure enough it was just what I needed. Thank You Lord Jesus.
Last week, I popped in a cd on the book of Daniel by Chuck Missler. For whatever, reason the CD-ROM wasn’t working. I figured i would have to pick up another CD Rom, so I went around looking for ones on Amazon.com. I was told that they were pretty inexpensive. Boy, sure glad waited. I decided not to buy. God must have had a reason for me to wait. It turns out that Microsoft.com had something that worked perfectly. A Fix. I will provide a link this is for WindowsVista, Windows XP, and Windows 7 and windows 8.1.
You have toiled long and hard. Maybe, your that student working on that homework or you are working on a project for college, or your boss has you working on that special project. Whatever, it is you press in on the power button on your HPprinter
Nothing, happens. The little screen tells you have a paper-jam. No, big deal, you pull out the paper, try re-inserting after looking inside and noticing everything is fine. No stuck paper. So, what gives? You than remove the “Rear Access Cover” and glance inside. Still there is nothing stuck. So, what do you do in this situation? Well apparently, this is fixable. First thing head on over to the HP.com website. Once there type in the model number or brand type. Our’s is a HP printer C7180 All-in-one. According to the instructions from the website: First you want to load paper in the feed tray. Next you want to press in on the “Set-up” button. it is located below the “OK”
button. It has a small wrench. Press in on this, then push in on the arrow key pointing downward, “Print Report” then click “OK” After this is done, move the down arrow key and stop at “Self-Test Report”, click “OK” if everything works out like on our printer you should see a color pattern on your printer.Source: HP.COM