Same batteries are replaceable, some are permanent. Best way to find out is go to vzw.com or call 800-922-0204 and see if the battery is sold separately as an accessory. If it is sold seperately then it is replaceable and Verizon Wireless Tech support can tell you exactly how to open it up and replace the battery. If it is not listed as an accessory on vzw.com for your card, then it is not replaceable.
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The new battery maybe defective, the battery holder maybe loose or broken, the rubber between the 2 halves of the remote maybe not inserted properly or has defect, may need re-programming, may have damaged circuit board. battery is affected by the cold and can weaken it. There is possibility of electrical trouble(s) with the car itself, but commonly it is the remote that has the problem(s).
I'm not sure I understand what you mean ..so be more clear in explaining the situation .. I am not sure what you understand by boot not open ..cause the boot is the start actually ..so it can not open ..probably you mean it does not start from the start button ..This is not sounding very good..If it does not make any sign at all ..not even a light ..you should check the battery and the power ..Try to start it with the charger in and the battery out ..(this to see if there is a short on battery or something )..and if it seams there s no power in any mode..it is probably the motherboard to blame .. try to see if you can charge the batteries in another laptop ..and try them on ..and see if it powers up ..if they does it means something is wrong with the charging wiring .. If it does make a sign , and devices are on screen or at least the logo image ..but it just dont go on with the boot ..and either shuts down or stays with the logo on ..it means either does not have a functional boot sector ..or it does not recognize the hard disk ..and in this case will tell so ..(something like no boot device was found in the system ..pres...and restart ) In ths case teh blame may be the sata hdd and the way it is set in BIOS ..if you recently defaulted teh BIOS ..to factory settings it may affected the bus choice for teh hard disk ..go back in BIOS ..and look for teh hard disk ..and in there you will find teh settings for controller ..and if it is on ahci mode..you have to disable it ..and let it run on ide compatible ..or sata as ide.. ..and will run ..after you save teh changes with f10 and restart .. the issue is when it is set for ahci or raid it needs the driver to be installed on for this function to work ..otherwise will just ignore the hard disk as there is non .. let me know what you have managed to do and how it behaves.. good luck ! I hope it is not dead and you can still operate in bios ..this would be good news for you ..
we need make and model as every vender may have a way that the product is configured, some regular size wireless mice will have the battery door compartment to open on top, just behind the bottons, you would simply have to press down on top center and push it back to open.
hope this gives you an idea.
alternative, try to see if you mice type and model is identified in device manager (right click computer (or my computer), select manage and on window open left pane, check device manager, then on right pane check pointing devices and see if the your wireless mouse shows listed, post back with the name that comes up, that may give us an idea of mouse you are using.
Failure within the mouse to mesh up with the receiver as there can be internal errors. Since the battery was confirmed then the other option is to open and check for the battery connections in the mouse and the receiver's connection to the PC.
Have you tried accessing the camera as if it was simply an external drive?
If you open 'My Computer' the camera should appear as a removable drive and you can treat it as a flash or thumb drive.
It should have (possibly nested) folders and files at teh lowest level.
I love Oly cameras but their software has always been quirky so I avoid installing and using it.
There is a small opening on the front number panel of safe. Use a small hex screwdriver or pin to insert into opening. It will open up the front panel (slide panel to right to take off) showing you 4 AA batteries. Just replace and close panel. Very simple to do. I wish the manual show me how. Instead of trying to figure it out for hours.
Right-click a partition, logical drive, or volume, and then click Change Drive Letter and Paths.
Do one of the following:
To assign a drive letter, click Add, click the drive letter you want to use, and then click OK.
To modify a drive letter, click it, click Change, click the drive letter you want to use, and then click OK.
To remove a drive letter, click it, and then click Remove.
Be careful when making drive-letter assignments because many MS-DOS and Windows programs make references to a specific drive letter. For example, the path environment variable shows specific drive letters in conjunction with program names.