Hi. Well my laptop just recently began to shut itself down automatically and it happens very often now. At first I thought it could be overheating but they laptop feels fine and pretty cool. I thought it could be a programme so I did System Restore to a date WAAAAAY before the problem began and it still didn't fix the problem. The laptop suddenly went off and so I tried turning it back on using battery power and the battery itself was at least 80% full (or so the laptop said) and it wouldn't come on so then I tried …

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hi,i have ma toshiba its turning on for 5seconds then its turned of itself, plz can you help me to solve this problem?

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hi i wonder if anyone can help , i was fixing a friends old sat pro because the hard drive was goosed. i put a partition on the hard rive as he cant afford a new one as yet, this worked fine... i then started installing xp on it and half way through it just shut down now it will only turn on for a few seconds then turns off . i get the toshiba screen but only for a few seconds. Ive removed the bios battery to reset it and still nothing, ive removed the HDD and the memory …

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[B][I]Hi there, Would appreciate anyone answering me an illuminating one: In case of erecting a two way satellite internet service, are the dispatched signals from my set discoverable by any means? If yes, how could I hide them? Any other solving suggestions are welcomed. Thanks a lot.[/I][/B]

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I have a intex fm-tv tuner video capture card which is apprx. 7 year old. It is used only twice or thrice in these years. I have tata sky satelite at home. I want to make parallel connection from that satelite tv to my laptop using this tv tuner card. On my satellint settop box there are these ports: Video Left Right Mono Antena In RF Out In my tv tuner card there are these ports: FM TV Audio-Out AV-IN S-VHS REMOTE On my laptop I have these ports: VGA S-Video out jack Any idea how to do it? which …

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Hi, My laptop was working perfectly fine with internet. I would connect wirelessly with no issue. One day my laptop stop working with wireless. It said local only. I didn't worry, i had fixed this issue before by adding the IP, DNS, and Gateway manually. This time when i added it, it still said local only. Then i couldn't even open up firefox. I went to go plug in ethernet. When i did, the lights went on, i turned off wireless, and it still said local only. It used to always work before but now it doesn't work at all! …

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Not only is there a [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story304425.html"]debate [/URL]about the constitutionality of using Global Positioning System units to help fight crime – now there’s concern about using Google Earth as well. The Associated Press [URL="http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100814/ap_on_hi_te/us_eyes_in_the_sky"]reported [/URL]a few days ago that government officials in regions ranging from the Riverhead, N.Y., to the country of Greece are using Google Earth and other satellite imagery sites to locate items such as swimming pools without the proper regulatory permits or that indicate undeclared wealth. The Chicago building department also uses it to look for pools, porches, and decks without the proper permits, while other Illinois cities …

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Hello Everyone.. I am working on a Toshiba Satellite P305D-S8834 that has no power at all. The client decided to work on the laptop while there was a nasty storm in our area. He said he was just putting in the login password when it just went off - it apparently made a small sound.. like zoop.. ? .. and would not power on again. The power cord that he has with his machine is a universal one, so it doesn't have a light on it to show if it's working or not.. so I ordered a replacement cord & …

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I have a Toshiba Satellite P5O5 model and the laptop recently dropped resulting to a screen that starts up with the backlight and nothing on the screen. I replaced the screen and the inverter and it's still the same problem. What else can be the problem?

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Hi there, I would want to know the procedure for communicating with the satellite. I have got the basic info of the same. The infrastructure and the requirements. i would want to know are there any companies who can lease the infrastructure to me. i would really appreciate if i get a positive response. Thank you for all the replies in advance.

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[URL="http://www.toshiba.com"]Toshiba[/URL] has launched a new selection of notebook computers - but they look rather like Netbooks. Priced at the upper end of the cheaper notebook market (and the exact cost will depend on your territory, let's just say they're starting at £429 in the UK) they're called the CULV satellites - that's Compact Ultra-Low Voltage to you. They're nice looking machines and they're bound to do pretty well alongside heavier competitors. But they're full of contradictions. They are single core processors but the company decided Atom processors weren't going to be good enough. They're powered up to handle serious applications, …

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Just months after [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3136.html"]Google purchased [/URL]the entire online rights to a new satellite's imagery, the U.S. government, citing budget concerns, has [URL="http://www.usatoday.com/news/washington/2008-10-21-cognress-satellites_N.htm"]canceled plans[/URL] to launch two more commercial satellites. According to the Associated Press, the House and Senate intelligence appropriations committees cut approximately $1.7 billion in funding for 2008 and 2009. The National Reconnaissance Office was supposed to buy and launch two commercial-like satellites around 2012 under the program called the Broad Area Space-Based Imagery Collection satellite system, or BASIC, the article continued. Instead, approximately $300 million has been set aside for the Pentaon to determine whether it needs additional …

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If you like using Google Maps and Google Earth in your applications, you're about to get better access to imagery. GeoEye Inc. of Dulles, Va., launched last Saturday a [URL="http://geoeye.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=43&item=304"]satellite[/URL] intended to provide high-resolution black-and-white and multispectral imagery. GeoEye and Google announced in [URL="http://www.reuters.com/article/internetNews/idUSN2837224420080829"]August[/URL] that Google had purchased the online commercial rights to all the images. Currently, Google uses imagery from another GeoEye satellite, IKONOS, but GeoEye-1 offers higher resolution -- .41m for monochromatic compared to 1m on IKONOS. However, due to U.S. security restrictions, a resolution of only .5m can be offered commercially. In other words, the images will …

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Dish Network is looking a bit chipped, if not actually cracked or even broken – and maybe Direct TV is poised to pick up all the pieces and put the second-place satellite TV provider back together again. That’s the picture I’m seeing with Dish, which saw it’s shares drop by $2.20 – or 7% total – after telecom giant AT&T is deep-sixing an agreement to help resell Dish’s programming services this week. Dish’s stock price, trading around $27 per share today, is off from a 52-week high of $42.78. The news from AT&T seems to be hiding a bigger story. …

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