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Lost how to program (car charge ) ( car paid)

On a fast food rest. with a drive up window i need to take at least three orders and place them in memory to be collected when the car drives up to the window. please advice.thank you

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Thhose are store and recall functions.

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If you have a Casio register the only register that support the feature u are looking for which sound like a drive thru feature is the CASIO TE2200 TE2400 TE3000 TE4500 TK3200 Casio calls the feature the store and recall also called suspend and resume feature . The low end regsiters like the TE950 PCR265 do not support this feature. GOOD LUCK

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Can you please tell me the brand and model of your machine?

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How to speed up computer using windows xp


Windows xp was very effective because instead of using normal RAM placed on the motherboard as a solitary unit, they created virtual RAM. The Virtual Ram is depended on the size of the hard disk that windows is installed on from the default setting (It might take 20% of your space temp.).
In order to make your pc fast you'll need to be sure that the space will not be used so it can be reserved for RAM.

Steps:

1.) Right click on "My Computer" and go to Properties.
2.) Under the tabs at the top got to advanced.
3.) Under Performance got to settings.
4.) Once Again go to the advanced tab.
5.) Click on change under the virtual memory section.
6.) If its not already selected, go to custom size and choose the minimum and maximum size.

This will make you computer reasonably fast compared to before(You may assign RAM to additional drives aswell to speed it up if you have any.).


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My mind won't figure this out. I'm going 2500 miles from TN to WA. If I drive 12-14 hours a day how long do you think it would take me to get there?


It will take 33±1 hours of driving time.
see https://goo.gl/maps/M8jWjf8Kc8H2
But I would budget for 25% due to traffic and weather conditions.
leave alone the time for sleep, food, bio breaks etc

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How many days would it take to drive 2500 miles if you drove 12-14 hours a day?


It depends on how fast you drive.
It would take about three and a half days at 50mph.
At 60mph you could do it in three days.
At 90mph you could do it in two days and change.

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Heater blows cold air and the temperature guage reads cold after driving for 20 minutes


Best case scenario is your thermostat is stuck open. When this happens the engine will take a long time to warm up and will never get up to full temp. Worst case could be a serious problem such as a blown head gasket. If there is no coolent in the engine the temp gauge will not register either.

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Write delay problem


A "WRITE DELAY" is when Windows notices that it has more requests for data-transfer to the disk-drive that it can immediately handle. Compare it to 6 people simultaneously placing orders at the order-desk at a fast-food counter -- the clerk will have to "prioritize" the orders, i.e., if one order is for a muffin, and there are muffins ready to be sold, the person that ordered the muffin will get the fastest service, while the other orders will be processed "later".

So, Windows prioritizes those write-requests, knowing exactly where the read/write head on the disk-drive is currently located (like the needle/arm on a record-player), to minimize the head-movement, and thus maximize the "throughput" of the disk-drive.

But, if there is some problem completing one of the I/O requests, i.e., a "bad" spot on the disk-drive, then you could get a "write delay problem". The implication is that the disk-drive is starting to "die", and should be checked-out, and maybe should be replaced.

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Even if I think it is not teh case..i suggest to check the ram memory ..and see how much you have installed on your system ..remember that for windows Vista the minimum required is !G of ram ..and a CPU ..with speeds over 1,5 G ..(which is not teh case cause this one came with a fast cpu ) ..
But the ram may be the issue ..cause on standard configuration ..it may have only 512 M of ram on ddr2 667 , and in this case will not be capable to run VISTA or windows 7 ..You actually need to upgrade the ram memory by adding at least 1G of ram ..and be sure it will run well ..(adding just a 512 will make it work but will be slow on vista..Vista is known for demanding more resources than any operation system ..I suggest if you upgrade ram memory ..to go right for windows 7 ..This way you will eliminate some speed issues..cause windows 7 is faster ..)
Another thing that may be ..is the space ...To install windows Vista or windows 7 ..you need at least 15 G of space free in the C drive ..where you want to install it ..otherwise will refuse the operation ..and stop the install process..
If you do have the space ..and teh ram memory needed..but just the partition is made too small ..I suggest to back -up files you need and can not recover from other places..and during installing ..format all drive ..by choosing advanced hard disk options ..and delete all partitions ..and make a large C drive ..(at least 40 G ) ..and the rest as you want..
format C drive and install the OS ..
The rest of the partition just create them ..cause it is possible to format them in windows.
By the way .for to be able to do all these you need to start the installing from a boot-able disk or a usb flash made boot-able with the OS on it ..cause if you run it from XP ..it will make issues..Either say you can not upgrade from xp if you run sp 1..or you can not delete the partitions if you have it active ..and running the installing from it ..So ..best way is to make a boot-able flash ..and boot from it ..by choosing it in the boot menu on start ..
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let me know what exactly you have wrong ..and I will guide you through the process ...

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Instructions for installing a toshiba hard drive MK103GAS in a Sony Vaio laptop


Step 1 - Remove Screws Flip the entire laptop over and remove the battery.617_bottom.jpg
There are a total of 4 screws you need to remove as depicted in the red circles.617_unscrew.jpg
Begin removing one at a time.617_unscrew2.jpg Step 2 - Removing the Keyboard After you remove the four screws from the bottom chassis, flip the laptop over and take a look at the keyboard area.
Now look carefully at the top corners of the keyboard, there is a tiny little button that you need to push in order to release the keyboard. 617_keyboard1.jpg
Push it inwards with your screw driver or finger. 617_keyboard2.jpg
Push both the release keys while pulling the entire keyboard towards you. 617_keyboard3.jpg
Gently lift up the keyboard towards you, while flipping it over. 617_keyboard4.jpg
The keyboard has been removed!
Step 3 - Removing the Palmrest Looking inside, you will need to remove three screws as depicted in the red circles below.617_unscrewhandrest.jpg Next, gently slide the entire palm rest chassis towards you.617_handrestremove.jpg Before you lift the palm rest, notice the delicate ribbon cable on the underside. Then lift it upwards, flipping it over. Be careful not to rip the ribbon cable that's connected!617_handsetremoved.jpgYou now have access to the hard drive!
Step 4 - Removing the Hard Drive Remove three screws from the cage holding the hard drive as depicted below in the red circles.617_unscrewthree.jpg Next, gently remove the SATA cable from the hard drive. It may require a bit of effort to pull the SATA cable from the hard drive, just try to be gentle. Note that there is tape over the SATA cable underneath the hard drive making the SATA cable more difficult to pull out.617_removesata.jpg
Be careful in this step not to rip the ribbon.
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The hard drive is now removed!
The next step is to just remove the stock hard drive from its cage be removing the screws on the edges and replace it with the hard drive of your choice. Carefully screw it all back in place, slide the keyboard back in and power on your system! 617_hardrives.jpg
Replacing Toshiba 120GB hard drive 5400RPM with Seagate 100GB 7200RPM 2.5? Hard Drive.
Enter the BIOS by pushing on F2 key during the VAIO boot screen. Ensure the proper hard drive is listed in the BIOS. 617_biosscreen.jpg
Insert your Windows XP or Recovery DVD disc to begin installing the operating system!

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