nootbook重装后有的文档消失了怎么办?

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nootbook重装后有的文档消失了怎么办?

那有可能是重装系统,以后原来的东西全部都刷掉了,那这个也没有办法,除非之前做过备份,否则就没了

能帮我解答一下nootbook的笔记本怎么样吗?这个电脑就叫这个名!详细点,多少钱,什么配置,显卡怎么样啊

经过 我 纵横 笔记本 界 10年的经验 ,同时在 GOOGLE 搜索无果的前提下,告诉你

这是 一款 山寨 笔记本

我在没找到实物 的前提下
楼主,钱不能这样花。

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书名:The Notebook

作者:[美国] Nicholas Sparks

豆瓣评分:8.0

出版社:Warner Vision

出版年份:2004-2-1

页数:239

内容简介:

A man with a faded, well-worn notebook open in his lap. A woman experiencing a morning ritual she doesn't understand. Until he begins to read to her. The Notebook is an achingly tender story about the enduring power of love, a story of miracles that will stay with you forever. Set amid the austere beauty of coastal North Carolina in 1946, The Notebook begins with the story of Noah Calhoun, a rural Southerner returned home from World War II. Noah, thirty-one, is restoring a plantation home to its former glory, and he is haunted by images of the beautiful girl he met fourteen years earlier, a girl he loved like no other. Unable to find her, yet unwilling to forget the summer they spent together, Noah is content to live with only memories....until she unexpectedly returns to his town to see him once again. Allie Nelson, twenty-nine, is now engaged to another man, but realizes that the original passion she felt for Noah has not dimmed with the passage of time. Still, the obstacles that once ended their previous relationship remain, and the gulf between their worlds is too vast to ignore. With her impending marriage only weeks away, Allie is forced to confront her hopes and dreams for the future, a future that only she can shape. Like a puzzle within a puzzle, the story of Noah and Allie is just the beginning. As it unfolds, their tale miraculously becomes something different, with much higher stakes. The result is a deeply moving portrait of love itself, the tender moments and the fundamental changes that affect us all. Shining with a beauty that is rarely found in current literature, The Notebook establishes Nicholas Sparks as a classic storyteller with a unique insight into the only emotion that really matters. "I am nothing special, of this I am sure. I am a common man with common thoughts and I've led a common life. There are no monuments dedicated to me and my name will soon be forgotten, but I've loved another with all my heart and soul, and to me, this has always been enough." And so begins one of the most poignant and compelling love stories you will ever read....The Notebook

"Somewhere," muses Noah Calhoun, while sitting on his porch in the moonight, "there were people making love." The Notebook, a Southern-fried story of love-lost-and-found-again, revolves around a single time-honored romantic dilemma: will beautiful Allison Nelson stay with Mr. Respectability (to whom she happens to be engaged), or will she choose Noah, the romantic rascal she left so many years ago?

In 1932, two North Carolina teenagers from opposite sides of the tracks fall in love. Spending one idyllic summer together in the *** all town of New Bern, Noah Calhoun and Allie Nelson do not meet again for 14 years. Noah has returned from WWII to restore the house of his dreams, having inherited a large sum of money. Allie, programmed by family and the "caste system of the South" to marry an ambitious, prosperous man, has become engaged to powerful attorney Lon Hammond. When she reads a newspaper story about Noah's restoration project, she shows up on his porch step, re-entering his life for two days. Will Allie leave Lon for Noah? The book's slim dimensions and cliche-ridden prose will make comparisons to The Bridges of Madison County inevitable. What renders Sparks's (Wokini: A Lakota Journey of Happiness and Self-Understanding) sentimental story somewhat distinctive are two chapters, which take place in a nursing home in the '90s, that frame the central story. The first sets the stage for the reading of the eponymous notebook, while the later one takes the characters into the land beyond happily ever after, a future rarely examined in books of this nature. Early on, Noah claims that theirs may be either a tragedy or a love story, depending on the perspective. Ultimately, the judgment is up to readers?be they cynics or romantics. For the latter, this will be a weeper. Major ad/promo; first serial to Good Housekeeping; movie rights to New Line Cinema; Warner Audio; Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club main selections.

Here is a first novel that many people are banking on: the Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club are featuring it as a main selection and film, foreign, and serial rights are already sold. At 80, Noah Calhoun reads daily from a notebook containing the love story of Noah and Allie. We learn of the teenaged lovers, their 14-year separation and reunion in New Bern, North Carolina, just weeks before Allie is to marry another man. Back in the present, we learn that Noah and Allie did marry and were happy for more than 40 years. Now, they are residents of a nursing home, separated both by rooms and, more profoundly, by Allie's Alzheimer's. Noah's daily reading from the notebook is not to himself; he reads aloud to Allie, hoping that the power of their love story will reach her. Noah's coping mechani *** s as an old man are exceptional, and the novel's format, focusing just on the dual beginnings of their love story and its denouement, is intriguing. This is a more romantic testament to love's enduring miracle than Robert James Waller's The Bridges of Madison County (LJ 3/1/92) because the Calhouns chose the rigors of daily domestic life over a dream of four days. For all popular collections.

-?Rebecca S. Kelm, Northern Kentucky Univ. Lib., Highland Heights

With a huge first printing and a major advertising campaign, Warner is clearly hoping that Sparks' first novel will duplicate the success of Robert James Waller's Bridges of Madison County. Written in the opaque language of a fable, the novel opens in a nursing home as 80-year-old Noah Calhoun, "a common man with common thoughts," reads a love story from a notebook; it is his own story. In 1946, Noah, newly returned from the war, is trying to forget a long-ago summer romance with Allie Nelson, the daughter of a powerful busines *** an. Allie, soon to be married, feels compelled to track Noah down. One steamed-crab dinner and a canoe ride later, they fall madly in love again. We then learn that Noah, now aged and infirm, is reading his notebook to Allie in an attempt to jog her memory, severely impaired by Alzheimer's disease, and, miraculously, he succeeds, much to the amazement of the hospital staff. There is something suspect about a romantic relationship that reaches its acme when one of the partners is in the throes of dementia, but then, this is well within the confines of the romance genre--love conquers all, even Alzheimer's, leaving the medical experts (and this reviewer) confounded. If you want to read a novel in which the romance is grounded in something real, and the magic is truly magical, read the work of Alice Hoffman. If you want to read an upscale Harlequin romance with great crossover appeal, then read The Notebook.

Joanne Wilkinson

Two ordinary people are rendered extraordinary by the strength, power and beauty of true love; each brings out the best in the other, and their pure love endures. The dual performance of Kate Nelligan and Campbell Scott enhances this *** ooth abridgment of Sparks's lyrical novel. With the perspectives of both characters presented, one has a sense of hearing the whole story. Nelligan's genteel, Southern tones blend perfectly with Scott's straightforward, gentle, often sensuous baritone. The readers deliver strong characterizations of both the younger, passionate lovers and the matured, easily fatigued, nursing home residents they become. Allie and Noah's heartrending story will touch the heart and soul of any listener who has ever loved a kindred spirit. J.H.B.An AUDIOFILE Earphones Award winner.

Sparks's debut is a contender in the Robert Waller book-sweeps for most shamelessly sentimental love story, with honorable mention for highest octane schmaltz throughout an extended narrative. New Bern is the Carolina town where local boy Noah Calhoun and visitor Allison Nelson fall in love, in 1932, when Noah is 17 and Allie 15 (``as he . . . met those striking emerald eyes, he knew . . . she was the one he could spend the rest of his life looking for but never find again''). Allie's socially prominent mom, however, sees their Romeo-and-Juliet affair differently, intercepting Noah's heartrendingly poetic love-letters, while Allie, sure he doesn't love her, never even sends hers. Love is forever, though, and in 1946 Allie sees a piece in the paper about Noah (he's back home after WW II, still alone, living in a 200-year-old house in the country) and drives down to see him, telling the socially prominent lawyer she's engaged to that she's gone looking for antiques (`` `And here it will end, one way or the other,' she whispered''). And together again the lovers come indeed, during a thunderstorm, before a crackling fire, leaving the poetic Noah to reflect that ``to him, the evening would be remembered as one of the most special times he had ever had.'' So, will Allie marry her lawyer? Will Noah live out his life alone, rocking on his porch, paddling up the creek, ``playing his guitar for beavers and geese and wild blue herons''? Suffice it to say that love will go on, somehow, for 140 more pages, readers will find out what the title means and may or may not agree with Allie, of Noah: ``You are the most forgiving and peaceful man I know. God is with you, He must be, for you are the closest thing to an angel that I've ever met.'' An epic of treacle, an ocean of tears, made possible by a perfect, ideal, unalloyed absence of humor. Destined, positively, for success. (First serial to Good Housekeeping; film rights to New Line Cinema; Literary Guild selection)

length: (cm)17.1                                          width:(cm)11.3

作者简介:

Nicholas Sparks is the author of the #1 New York Times bestsellers THE RESCUE and NIGHTS IN RODANTHE, as well as THE NOTEBOOK, MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE, A WALK TO REMEMBER, A BEND IN THE ROAD, THE GUARDIAN, THE WEDDING, and his moving memoir, THREE WEEKS WITH MY BROTHER, written with his brother, Micah. All his books were New York Times and international bestsellers translated into more than thirty languages, and MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE, A WALK TO REMEMBER, and THE NOTEBOOK were adapted into major motion pictures. Nicholas Sparks lives in North Carolina with his wife and family.

Nicholas Sparks 是当今美国文坛最擅长说故事的人之一,多部小说都已改编成电影,最为耳熟能详的作品有《The Notebook 手札情缘》、《Message in a Bottle 瓶中信》等,他擅长描写平凡人生中不平凡的爱情,其中《手札情缘》一上市更被视为「真爱不朽」的更佳见证。他的小说人物通常简单,不过其中的感情却都能让读者感同身受,因此一出版就会立刻登上畅销书榜。最新力作《Dear John》空降New York Times文学类排行榜冠军,挤下Mitch Albom《For One More Day》及Stephen King《Lisey's Story》,并同时荣登Publisher's Weekly、The Washington Post、Barnes & Noble、Amazon.com…各大排行榜首位。

nootbook重装后有的文档消失了怎么办?-第1张图片-技术汇

新建Jupyter notebook 报错500?

提示路径不对,但是我的电脑也没有这个路径怎么破解
nootbook重装后有的文档消失了怎么办?-第2张图片-技术汇
如果在 Jupyter Notebook 中新建 notebook 时遇到错误 500 并提示路径不正确,这可能是由于 Jupyter Notebook 配置文件中默认的文件存储路径和你当前系统上的实际路径不一致导致的。
解决这个问题的一种 *** 是找到 Jupyter Notebook 的配置文件,并将其中的默认文件存储路径修改为你实际的文件存储路径。
可以使用如下命令找到 Jupyter Notebook 的配置文件
Copy codejupyter --config-dir

然后打开 Jupyter_notebook_config.py 将里面 c.NotebookApp.notebook_dir = '' 修改为 c.NotebookApp.notebook_dir = '你需要的路径'
如果还是无法解决问题,建议检查 Jupyter Notebook 的版本是否为最新版本,并检查是否存在其他软件冲突。如果你使用的是虚拟环境,检查该虚拟环境的 jupyter 是否安装成功。
再者,建议检查 Jupyter Notebook 所使用的工作目录是否有权限问题,确保该目录有足够的权限可供 Jupyter Notebook 创建文件。

我的笔记本是惠普HP 431 Notebook PC ,无线 *** 开关是f12,按了没有反应,指示灯一直都是橙色(未开启)

通过本地连接可以上, *** 没有问题。应该是笔记本本身出现问题,请问可能是什么原因,该怎么解决?
您好,感谢您选择惠普产品。
根据您的描述,建议您参考下列信息:

1.建议进入操作系统桌面,在计算机(或者我的电脑)图标上单击右键,选择管理,进入设备管理器,查看是否有带黄色叹号或者问号的 *** 控制器设备(有此设备说明无线网卡驱动没有安装,或者无法正常工作),建议先安装无线网卡驱动;
2.建议查看在设备管理器是否禁用了无线网卡设备(通常设备被禁用时,图标上会有向下的箭头)或者在 *** 连接中禁用无线连接,如果有此情况,右键启用即可;
3.确认是否安装intel或者broadcom无线配置管理程序;如果已经安装过了,可以尝试卸载无线 *** 配置管理程序;
4.查看:计算机 图标--右键--管理--服务和应用程序--服务 --Wlan Auto config 确认是自动,并且是启动的状态。
(如果您使用的是xp下系统 ,无线的服务是-wireless zero configuration)
5.如果上述操作无效,建议尝试恢复bios默认值:开机不停点击F10进入bios,选择exit选项,选择load setup defaults--yes.再选择Exit--exit saving changes--yes。(如果之前在bios中进行过操作,请确认恢复bios默认值之后设置和之前一致。具体操作步骤因机型不同而稍有差异)。

您可以通过下面 *** 确认笔记本的无线网卡品牌:
在【设备管理器】中——右键选择【 *** 控制器/ *** 适配器】——【属性】——查看【详细信息】选项卡中【硬件ID】——【PCIVEN_】的值,首先要确认硬件的类型。
如果是8086请安装Intel无线网卡驱动;
如果是14E4请安装Broadcom无线网卡驱动;
如果是168C请安装Atheros无线网卡驱动;
如果是10EC请安装Realtek无线网卡驱动。

关于如何从惠普官方网站下载相应产品的驱动程序,建议您可以参考下下面的官方文档:
http://h20566.www2.hp.com/portal/site/hpsc/public/kb/docDisplay/?docId=emr_na-c02903029

希望以上回复能够对您有所帮助。
如果以上信息没有解决您的问题,您可以登陆hp *** 在线聊天室www.hp.com.cn/chat,向在线工程师咨询,帮助您进一步解决问题。 更多产品信息资讯尽在www.hp.com.cn/800