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First is it registered? If so you can log onto amazon.com Click help, under the search bar. Click device support and you should see a list of any kindles you own Click on the device you have to bring up a list of options. you can click the question if it's listed or put it in the search box.
If not registered then finish up the register process which can be dome from the device itself.
Log onto Amazon.com Look for Your Account and place cursor on it. From the list about half way down click Manage Content and Devices. Click the middle heading Your Devices. This will show info
on your kindle.
To update email/password...on first page of Amazon.com just under the search bar you will see help. Click that and then click Change Account Settings. The password is hidden with ***. I'm not sure if you can just change that or not.
If you need more help. One of the help topics is Device Support. Click that and you will see Contact us bottom of left column. click that and fill in info. Choose call back and leave number and best time to call. They should call you back no later than next day depending on time you sent in request. Best part it's free.
Log onto your FB account.
1.Below your name click on > Edit Profile
2. Click on > Contact and Basic Info
3. On BASIC INFORMATION , hover mouse over >Birth Date or >Birth Year.
When your mouse is over the word you can click on edit.
4. Change information
log onto amazon.com next to search bar is Your Account. Move pointer to bring up list. Click your account from list. On next page, right side is help desk home. click and fill in info on your problem. They can give you info on what type of battery and how to replace; they will answer back by emial or phone. Your choice.
In your set up menu you will see register. I always have problems with that so I use computer. log onto amazon.com next to search bar is Your Account. place mouse on that to bring up list, click your account. There is a lot of info on that page but I usually go to kindle help home, click. Fill in info and choose email or phone for them to answer back.
Does your Kindle have cloud setting? Can't remember if mine did or not. Log onto amazon.com next to search bar is Your Account. Place mouse on that to bring up a list. click it, new list on right side is kindle help desk. click and fill in info. They can send info by email or call you.
Iomega has quite a bit of customer help info:
Click: Other Products
Then Click: JAZ 2GB
Then Click: Windows XP
Then Click: More Answers...
Then type in "search text" area: "insert a disk"
Then Click: Search
Then Click: "Please insert a disk into drive X" error message when inserting or trying to read an Iomega disk
If that website's search engine doesn't help, you can also log into:
and ask the tech support people there.