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Toshiba Satellite C50-A - Touchpad not working after boot?Note: This laptop has since been out of my hands, however, you are still welcome to post what you think might help....
Black Screen after a thorough cleaning?I have a Mac Book Pro that I was given to service. What had happened, was that a full glass of red wine was spilled...
"I forget my password"에 답변If you only just got it the other day, and have input absolutely no data into the phone, then chances are you can safely do a hard reset. Next time, though, try and write down your password somewhere so you can fall back on it in the event this happens again. The procedure is the same for every Android device, but the button layout changes sometimes. To reset your phone: (1) Turn off your phone. (2) According to various online sources, press and hold the Power, Volume +, and Home buttons at the same time until a scary-looking recovery screen is shown. (3) Of course, if you didn't already let go of the buttons by the time this screen came up, do so now. (4) You should now be in the RECOVERY MODE of the phone. Don't freak out if the touchscreen doesn't work -- you go about the menus completely with the Volume + and - buttons. The Menu button should be the select button. (5) Select Wipe Data/Factory Reset (or equivalent if different). Select Yes and let it go. (6) Wipes usually only take a minute. After...
"Why is my tablet getting hot"에 답변Um, I know this one's a bit old, but this is how I see it: The tablet is hot because computers get hot. The long and short of it is that whenever energy is used, such as electricity, some of that energy gets wasted as heat. Some computers are worse offenders than others, but devices like your cell phone don't get super hot because of the high-efficiency and low-power equipment that comes as an industry standard. The RCA Voyager II has many hot-spots on the back of the tablet, such as the APU, the power regulator, etc. Even the charging cord can get hot sometimes. This is normal. The worst temperature it could be is like a slightly overused heat pack during winter. If it gets hot enough that it becomes hard to hold on to, then there may be a fault internally causing the device to heat up exceptionally quickly. Alternatively though, it is also likely that the device isn't as efficient or low-power as has been intended. Again, this isn't something to worry about - Manufacturers take these things into account....
"Upgrading the CPU ( Pentium 4) to a 64bit chip"에 답변The upgrade process for the Sony PC you want to modernize isn't exactly going to be easy, nor is it possible with the current stock parts. I've never worked with one, but it looks like an mATX standardized (Minus maybe a few specifics) motherboard, but if you look at, say, the Teardown of said computer the computer ends up using some proprietary ports for the front panel, which can be problematic. The system you want to build is 64-Bit. This computer only lets you use one of 4 series of 32-Bit processors. In short, you cannot upgrade this computer. You might be able to buy a new set of parts to leave behind the IDE years, but there isn't any true "Upgrading" with the parts you currently have inside that PC. On top of that, fabricating is likely inevitable to replace or interchange certain ports. I say keep that PC for certain workloads (specific XP-related stuff, for example) and build a new one. A decent low-end PC can cost maybe around $200 or maybe more currently. Just my opinion.
"Battery less than I expected"에 답변I apologize, but I am going to have to mark this as a "not helpful" question, simply because there wasn't one. Not much information alongside it doesn't help us, so we aren't able to help you very well. However, if you were wondering why the battery wasn't lasting as long as you expected, it is in part a few things: (1) If you had received the RCA tablet used, then the battery has likely had several charge/discharge cycles, enough for it to loose a bit of longevity. This is normal. (2) If it was brand new, it's likely that it needs some charge/discharge cycles (hence why the manufacturers usually say "Charge the device fully before using") before the 100% of the battery is achieved, which sometimes ends up being a projected 90% in the near future. However, another thing to mention is that if you are classified as a "Power User" (Watches a lot of videos, performs a considerable amount of work on the device, plays a lot of games, etc.), battery life will diminish drastically, sometimes halving total battery...
"I need to a fatory reboot"에 답변As with most Android tablets/2-in-1s, to factory reset the system you follow the following steps: Turn the device off, if you haven't already. Turn it back on while pressing and holding Volume up (+) and the Power button. It should soon come up with a black screen with some menu options. This is the ARM BIOS, in a nutshell. You are free to release the buttons now, if you haven't. Use the Volume up (+) and Volume down (-) buttons to navigate the menu. Find Factory Reset, or something similar. Tap the power button when selected; do not hold it down as it will turn the device back off. Select "yes" and wait. It will do its thing and completely reset to factory. Note that it will not reset back to a previous version if it was recently upgraded to a newer Android version. It will clear all user data, but retain system data. Hope this helps.
"When I turn it on everything goes to the left"에 답변I had this happen to me once before. Something's inside the PS3 joystick. Either that or something's screwy about the joystick itself. I never got around to fixing mine, but if you can you are certainly welcome to. I narrowed it down to replacing the joystick rotor itself, which means pulling out the soldering iron. Another thing you can try is cleaning the contacts in and around the joystick itself with 90+% pure Alcohol cleaner. It helped me for a bit, but it wasn't permanent. Alternatively, buying a new controller saves a ton of hassle. Just make sure to save the battery from the faulty controller - I use mine to test LEDs.
"My PC Overheats everytime I run heavy software"에 답변There are a couple of reasons your laptop is overheating: (1) Improper air circulation (1.1) To fix: ensure all ventilation ports are open, clear, and unblocked. This includes the sides, rear and the bottom of the device. (2) Inadequate cooling temperatures (2.1) The ambient temperatures are too warm. If this is the case, then make sure that the device can get fresh, cool air. (3) Inadequate Cooling device (3.1) This sometimes happens. The laptop is too powerful for the cooling system that its supposed to provide. (4) Dust/dirt buildup (4.1) Most common cause of overheating next to Improper ventilation, the best way here is to take a can of compressed air and blow it into the vent holes to clean it out. The best thing I can recommend is that you keep it well-ventilated. It overheats due to the processor and graphics working so hard yet the cooling system can't keep up and reaches critical temperatures. Look up a free program called OpenHardwareMonitor. It allows you to keep an eye on temperatures so that...
"How to replace track pad on MacBook Proearly 2011"에 답변I would say follow the Teardown of the MacBook 17" from 2009 or follow the removal of the Battery in the Guides there are available. The Touchpad is directly accessible underneath the battery, or at least it should be. If the Touchpad is underneath a black cover, like the keyboard, then you should be able to peel it up safely. The 17" model shouldn't have changed much from the yearly revisions, but the construction should still be the same: Touchpad underneath the Battery, secured with screws and a ribbon cable. Try that.
"The USB stick does not work?"에 답변Its rare to have a dud wireless mouse. There's a good chance that both these computers are running Windows, yes? Windows tries to load any software called "drivers" related to whatever you're plugging in. At times, it also tries to connect to the internet to find updated drivers so that the device works as intended, to the best it can. Leave it plugged in for a while and try it after some time has passed. It might just be a case of it not getting "installed" with the computer. That's my best guess.
"Questions about the console, mainly will the system run with..."에 답변Eh...maybe. I'm more of a PlayStation kind of guy, but if I had to say, that's a maybe. You might get away with turning on the X-Box One without the Disk Drive, but the starting prerequisites might trigger an error while starting up. I'd argue that it shouldn't, but today's proprietary hardware has proven me wrong at least once. I think that you should look at the model of the X-Box and find a Disk Drive replacement for that exact model. That might be your safest bet. The same goes for the Hard Drive, if you haven't already replaced it. You'll likely need a new X-Box operating system, if you haven't already. I'm not sure how much goes into it, but that's the list going through my mind. You'd have to try powering it up and see if it does anything. If it does, you should be fine. If it doesn't, find replacement parts. Either way, its cheaper than buying one new.
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