1. Contact Compaq perhaps and see if they will help... They or the original vendor may possibly help - but likely they will require some proof of ownership to back up your story. Sadly more than a few come to forums seeking help with kit they have acquired - one way or another, legally or otherwise...Read more

    Contact Compaq perhaps and see if they will help… They or the original vendor may possibly help – but likely they will require some proof of ownership to back up your story.
    Sadly more than a few come to forums seeking help with kit they have acquired – one way or another, legally or otherwise… Not being able to truly separate genuine from stolen… most forums tend to decline to help directly – other than to suggest contact previous owner or vendor. Or go hunt on the internet in general for an assortment of hacks…

    If it’s the actual windows logon… answers on the web a plenty to resolve that; and of course you could simply reset/restore it to factory state…

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  2. a) Press Windows + R keys on the keyboard. b) In the “Run” Window, type control and then click “Ok”. c) In the “Control Panel” Window, select “Personalization”. d) Click “Display” option, click “Adjust Resolution”. e) Check the minimal resolution and scroll down the slider.

    a) Press Windows + R keys on the keyboard.
    b) In the “Run” Window, type control and then click “Ok”.
    c) In the “Control Panel” Window, select “Personalization”.
    d) Click “Display” option, click “Adjust Resolution”.
    e) Check the minimal resolution and scroll down the slider.

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  3. Look for a reset button on the monitor itself (usually under the screen or on the front). Or use the monitor's built-in image-adjustment buttons - - - width, height, vertical position & horizontal position. Read the monitor user guide on how to use those buttons, or download it from the manufactRead more

    Look for a reset button on the monitor itself (usually under the screen or on the front).
    Or use the monitor’s built-in image-adjustment buttons – – – width, height, vertical position & horizontal position.

    Read the monitor user guide on how to use those buttons, or download it from the manufacturer’s website.

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  4. Hi Nicolai,You probably have the wrong version of dwmredir.dll, you need the version 6.1.7 or higher, I've found it here for 32 or 64 bits:download dwmredir.dll

    Hi Nicolai,

    You probably have the wrong version of dwmredir.dll, you need the version 6.1.7 or higher, I’ve found it here for 32 or 64 bits:
    download dwmredir.dll

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  5. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/wind...Though the article is for Vista (NT6) it is also applicable to 7 (NT6.1)Googling is quicker than waiting for an answer....

    http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/wind…

    Though the article is for Vista (NT6) it is also applicable to 7 (NT6.1)

    Googling is quicker than waiting for an answer….

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  6. https://www.lexmark.com/en_za/printer/6336/Lexmark-Prevail-Pro707

    https://www.lexmark.com/en_za/printer/6336/Lexmark-Prevail-Pro707

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  7. It turns out that the cmos battery was just a bit unseated so by placing it properly, my laptop is now running smoothly. Thanks for the help.

    It turns out that the cmos battery was just a bit unseated so by placing it properly, my laptop is now running smoothly. Thanks for the help.

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  8. I've had similar problems.That's why I now have two accounts on my computer,even if I forget one of them,i still have access to my computer.But i've also used this program to bypass the login password on Windows 7 pc.https://www.winpwd.com/bypass-windo...message edited by Zamy

    I’ve had similar problems.That’s why I now have two accounts on my computer,even if I forget one of them,i still have access to my computer.But i’ve also used this program to bypass the login password on Windows 7 pc.
    https://www.winpwd.com/bypass-windo…

    message edited by Zamy

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