"Why my laptop is slow?" için yanıtHey Stingzy! Without knowing more details about your computer, the first things I would look at are... * What are the programs set to start when Windows starts? This is mostly likely a long list of programs that you don't care to need when Windows immediately starts up. You only need them when you need them, so remove them from the list. * Could be your bios settings aren't set for quick boot or have some extra testing during post -but I'm inclined to think it's the first thing I mentioned.
"Why my laptop is slow?" için yanıtHi The Fan! I would have never thought that hard drive speed could affect the performance of a system, but it certainly can. However, the more common thing in Laptops and Desktop computers is that the RAM is being eaten alive by junk. Here's what I would do to clean up your system: 1. Download and run CCleaner. I would just get the Free Download (desktop version) for now. With the program installed: > Click on Analyze (once done) click on Run Cleaner > Then click on the Registry tab > click Scan for Issues (once done) click Fix selected issues (don't worry about backing up your Registry if the pop-up comes up) 2. Download and run Malwarebytes Again, just download and install the Free Download for now. Open the program and then click on Update to make sure you have the latest for the program. Then close the program -don't run the cleaner yet. The tricky thing here is putting your system into Safe Mode before you run the cleaner. Otherwise, malware has a nasty habit of hiding itself in the soup of Windows...
"picture distortion and view scrambled" için yanıtHey dekockelize61! When I've seen this happen, it's usually due to a couple things: 1. The coaxial cable is bad. > Make sure the ends of the cable are screwed on tight. > If one end of the cable goes to an external antenna AND it's not 'booted / covered / weather o-ring sealed' then water or moisture may have gotten into it and needs replacing. > Without a cable tester, the quick and dirty is just to replace the cable with a new one to rule out the cable. 2. The connection and/or tuner on the TV has gone bad. > I've seen this happen after power surges. If your TV is not on a small power strip with surge protection, then it's likely taken a power surge which may have messed up some components. I'd need the model, etc. for more troubleshooting. But in these cases, outside of manufacture warranty, smaller TV's aren't worth the repair. A larger screen (> 40") is usually where it's worth the repair -but I'd still price parts, etc. to see. Another possibility is the antenna -it could have taken a hit or just...
"iPhone 5C battery drains fast" için yanıtHey Chad! When I've seen this, it's usually due to a few things: 1. Too many apps running. > Double tap the Home button > Close out all apps running in the background 2. Too many apps allowed to run Location Services - Always. Go to Settings > Privacy > Locations Services > Look to see which apps you want running: Always / While Using / Never 3. Battery is getting old and needs replacing. > iFixit - iPhone 5c Battery Replacement Guide > iFixit - iPhone 5c Replacement Battery $24.95 > ebay $6.00 - $7.00 If you haven't already, go to Settings > Battery. Scroll down to see the Battery Usage over the Last 24 Hours & Last 2 Days. That may help give you some more clues what's consuming the most power. Warm regards, Anthony
"My phone took a swim in a chlorinated pool. Help!" için yanıtHey Mandi, First, glad to hear your baby girl is okay. Second, when your friend turned the phone back on, it probably did the damage then. If your pics/vids were saving on a MicroSD card, then you should be able to put it in an adapter or card reader and then transfer your pics/vids on to another card, computer, etc. If the pics/vids were just on-board phone memory, then the best you can do is try to plug the phone into your computer (USB) to see if the computer will detect the phone and memory. If the phone shows up as an accessible drive/folder on your computer, then there's a good chance you can move the pics/vids to your computer. If not... well, at trip to Verizon may be your only option.
"Why is the touch not responding after I removed the glass" için yanıtHey Zachary, hmmm... My suspicion is that a connection is loose, not seated right, or disconnected when you took the screen assembly off. I'm not sure what else you may have done in the "refurbishing" process -but if you accidentally got some of that 100% cleaning alcohol inside the unit...well, it just wouldn't play nice with that wonderful Apple tech.
"SIM card stuck in Slot 1" için yanıtHello Anthony! I hear ya. I had a co-worker just do the same thing. Check out this picture... What they won't tell you is that these slots are NOT spring loaded type slots. Also, Slot 1 does not have any "stoppers" on the back side -namely because it takes a specific adapter for the usual Micro-SIM these days. So, if you push the SIM card up, it just keeps going -and the only way to get it back is to take the back cover off. But hey -this is iFixit right!?! Basic Steps: (1) Remove Back Cover (2) Remove Battery (3) Remove SD Card (if one in the slot) (4) Using PH0 philips bit, remove screws on interior case. Don't forget to unscrew the one in the lower right corner with the tamper detection sticker on it. (5) Remove Interior Cover using Guitar Pick (or similar plastic pry tools). Be careful here and take your time. I found this to be the hardest part as there are plastic clips around the cover that were particularly firm. I started toward the lower right corner to pop off and carefully pry away the interior...
Zaman içindeki itibar
|Cevap kabul edildi||3||90|
|Gönderi olumlu oylandı||6||72|