Where is the help to solve my problem with my computer
I don't want to pay for help with a brand new computer if i can't get free help let me know so i can pack this computer up and send it back you saying expert help where is the the expert you don'tget help on the phone and iam not getting anywhere here am imissing something here email@example.com
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You have a bad situation. Only a mac repair pro can help you in this case as it's hard to arrange some tools to solve the problem. A pro can gain access to your emac hard drive and free up some space or transfer your data using special tools and knowledge. Thank you and good luck.
1. Purchase plastic keyboard cover. 2. Keep coffee etc. anywhere not near keyboard.
For spill, unplug keyboard. If non sugar liquid, invert keyboard, shake or tap gently. Wipe with lent free absorbent cloth while still inverted. If soda or coffee with sugar, pour 1/4 cup of clear clean (distilled the best) water onto keyboard (yes), Then invert. Let dry a minimum of several hours still inverted. I cheat with a hairdryer on low 6-12 inches. After keyboard is completely dry (and cool). Plug in after turning computer off, restart, test all keys, including shift, option etc. If keys miss or don't work buy new keyboard and cover! Aloha, Cliff
The printer says that it is connected correctly to the router because the router is aware of it and has assigned to it an IP address on the network.
The computer on the other hand does not know that there is a printer. Not finding one (or not knowing where to look for it) the computer reports that the printer is offline.
You must install the printer drivers on the computer.
Hi. I assume that you didn't get any disks with it either. Taking full control without disks is tricky, however you can take majority control - as long as you know the admin password.
Open system preferences (under the Apple menu) and select USERS. You need to add a new user and to do that you have to unlock the padlock at the bottom-left of the panel that opens up. To unlock the padlock you need the admin password. Assuming you have it, click the padlock - endter the password and then you can add a new user. Make sure you set it so that the new user can ADMINISTER THIS COMPUTER. Create a new password for the new user. Then underneath the name of the original user you will have the name of the new user and in smaller letters underneath each name you should see "Admin" If you don't see admin under the new user go back and check the Administer bit - NOT Standard User. If everything is OK so far, look just above the pad;lock and you should see a small penel saying "LOG-IN OPTIONS". Click there and change the auto log-on to the new user name. Now close the windows (red button) and go back to the Apple Menu and select "RESTART" When the Mac retarts it should come up with a completely different desktop and very few icons. Go back to the USERS control panel and go through the same routine we just used to add the new user but this time delete the original user. You, the new user, are now in charge. You can download, install and do anything you want but the computer may still appear on a network as "Old user's Co,mputer" To change the default browser, open Safari, go to Safari preferences and change the setting there. It's an odditty that Apple put the setting there - but there's nothing wrong with Safari as the default. If you don;t know that Admin password you will need an Installation CD/DVD in order to change it.
HP should give you a link for the driver. Lexmark did for me. A friend didn't even try when his was not compatible with his new computer, and he just bought a new one. Don't do that until you contact HP for the driver.
The spinning wheel is an indicator that your machine is so overloaded it cannot pay attention to any user input. Occasional appearance is acceptable; chronic appearance is not. It could mean you have insufficient memory in your computer. It could mean you have a bad spot on your hard drive. It could mean you have insufficient free space left on your hard drive. It could mean you have corrupted software. It could mean you have a bad browser plugin. It could even be a symptom of a bug in Flash taking down your browser.
In System Preferences / Accounts, create a new user. Log in as that new user. Access some maps, hotels, etc. If the wheel comes up, the problem is likely to be hardware related. If it doesn't, the problem is likely to be plugin related.
keyboard: lower case letter or letters stop working
have solved this problem and used it several times successfully. Maybe it'll work for others. In my
case, it was the lower case “a”, the only letter that would not
register and because my password contains an “a” I could not even
restart and log in without a work-around. Tried numerous keyboards,
cables, and all the rest. A safe boot fixed the problem so I knew it
was a corruption glitch. Short version: I just did this two hours ago -
July 18, 2009 - only the second or so time in a year, although it took
me a lot of preference experimentation the first time to sniff it out. You learnm quickly how many "a"s there are in an email. I actually had to cut and paste to avoid using the capital A.
In my case, went to my “user/library/preferences” folder and dragged
onto the desktop the preference “loginwindow.plist” (not the one that
starts "com.apple", at least in my case I didn’t need to get rid of
that one). Restart and voila! Problem solved. Trash the old
"loginwindow.plist" as a new one is created when you restart and you
lose no data. To their credit, Apple was very helpful back when it
happened the first time, and it was a real conundrum to them as well. I
got lucky that it was not too obscure a problem so I didn't have to go
through all the preferences and remove them one by one for hours. I
found the guilty party fast. Now ya know! Maybe it'll work for you. And
a general thanks to all the good people who write these notes and have
saved my sanity many, many times. Finally a chance to pay it forward.
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Hi, just to clarify you are trying to consolidate all of your email to the Mail.app program on your Mac, correct? It's not too tough and I'll let you know a secret. Yahoo normally doesnt allow you to do this without being part of their pay program but they launched "IMAP" support for all free clients.
The first thing you need to do is open your Mail program (The one on your dock at the bottom of the screen). Then click Mail>Preferences> Then click the + sign in the bottom left hand corner.
Put in your name, your yahoo email account (Example AKeech@yahoo.ca) and password. Uncheck Automatically setup my account and click next.
Click the drop down box that says POP and choose IMAP. Replace the info under incoming mail server with imap.next.mail.yahoo.com. Click next. Check the SSL box and click next again. Under description put yahooReplace the information in Outgoing email server with smtp.next.mail.yahoo.com.Put in your email address (remember the @yahoo) and password one more time and click continue. Click continue again, confirm your information and click create. Your done and your email is good to go.