US Army Veteran of 3 years (Active Duty)
MOS 74B - Information Systems: Operation, Maintenance, Security and Analysis
[ Civilian Work Experience ]
2 Years in warehouse logistics.
2 Years in on-line marketing administration.
6 Years in restaurant management.
[ Independent - Self Employment ]
13 Years as computer repair technician.
10 Years as network security consultant.
Resposta para "Can't. Sign on to WiFi"On the back or bottom of your wifi router there is an ip address that will look something like this: 255.0.150.121 (this is just an example, the numbers will be different). Write it down and save it. Go to the computer and open a browser. Type the ip address into the address bar at the top of your browser window. This will take you to the settings for your wifi router. It will ask for a password at some point, but %99 of wifi routers have no password as default. Leave the user name alone (if it's blank, leave it or if there is something there, leave it there) and then leave the password blank and log in. From there you can restore settings to factory defaults, add/change passwords for your wifi and other administration type options. First try removing or changing the password (same difference) and then save the changes and exit the browser. Disconnect any networks that may be saved and reconnect using the new password (if you didn't remove it). If this doesn't work, go back to the wifi admin settings by...
Resposta para "Why my CPU fans got loud noise like spin very fast?"[ *IMPORTANT*---> ALWAYS press the computer's main power button AFTER UNPLUGGING but BEFORE OPENING the case, this will release the "left over" charge. Also use an anti-static wrist strap when operating inside the case, these will help prevent electric discharge that can fry circuits. <---*IMPORTANT*] First check for defects and obstructions by opening the case and inspecting the fan and it's blades for things like chipping, cracks, loose mounting brackets, missing or broken fan blades. Also check for anything that could be on or around the fan blades, either blocking the air flow or hitting the fan while it's spinning. Then while you still have it open, clean out ALL of the dust. Dust can insulate the heat, trapping it in the computer and causing it to overheat. If it's clean from dust, the fan is in good shape and you're still having this problem then unplug the fan from the motherboard, close the panel and start the computer up. After it finishes loading completely, shut it down and go back in and plug...
Resposta para "How to Replace JUST the iPhone 5 screen, not the whole LCD"If there were any good advice at all... anywhere on this repair, it is this: JUST BUY the assembly, even if it's just the top glass that's broken. You are going to save yourself a TON of grief and aggravation in the long run. I tried to replace just the top glass, I got the special glue and all the stuff you need. I even worked on it in a static & dust free environment (My day job requires this type of environment) and even with all that and the 15 years experience (3 in the US Army) in the IT field that I have... it was a disaster !! It is so, so, so much easier just to put up the cash to get the complete digitizer/LCD assembly and just replace it. That's what I ended up having to do in the end anyhow, even after all the frustration of going through the aforementioned process. I don't know about you, but my time = $$$ and I wish I would have just done a complete replacement of the digitizer/LCD assembly. It took me 15 minutes TOPS to take the assembly out and then simply replace it. Now I know...