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To use more than one Skype account on the same computer at the same time you need to start a new instance of Skype. 1. From the Windows taskbar, click Start > Run (or press the Windows and R keys on your keyboard at the same time) 2. In the Run window, enter the following command (include the quotes) and press OK: "C:\Program Files\Skype\Phone\Skype.exe" /secondary If you get an error message, copy and paste the exact command from this page and try again. Be aware that if you have changed the installation path for Skype then you will need to enter the correct path for the Skype.exe file. If this solution fails, you can try another option: 1.Find the Skype executable file (Skype.exe) in: C:\Program Files\Skype\Phone\ 2.Right click on it and select Send to > Desktop (create shortcut) 3.Locate the shortcut on the desktop, then right-click on it and select Properties 4.In the Target field, add: /secondary. The Target field should now be "C:\Program Files\Skype\Phone\Skype.exe" /secondary 5.Click OK. You can now start a new instance of Skype every time you double-click the new shortcut.
IssueYou may see the "Aw, Snap!" message if a webpage crashes unexpectedly.
SolutionsIf a webpage crashes unexpectedly, you can simply reload the page. If you're seeing the "Aw, Snap!" message for every page you visit, try the solutions below:
Some anti-virus or firewall applications, such as Symantec Endpoint Protection, can prevent Google Chrome from working properly. Test whether such applications on your computer are causing the error by turning them off temporarily. Then try opening Google Chrome again. If you are able to open the browser, you'll need to create an exception in your anti-virus or firewall settings for Google Chrome. Once you've done so, you can then re-enable the applications. Conflicting applications that users have reported include the following:
McAfee Virus Scan
Try disabling your extensions one by one to see if a particular extension is causing the problem.
Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar.
On the Extensions page, click Disable for the extension you'd like to temporarily remove.
Go back to your list of extensions at any time to re-enable disabled extensions. You may need to refresh the page in order to use extensions you've re-enabled.
If the browser continues to display the "Aw, Snap!" message, your user profile may be corrupted. To create a new user profile, follow these steps:
Find the "Default" folder. It's usually located in the following locations:
Windows XP: %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\
Windows Vista and Windows 7: %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\
Mac OS X: ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default
Go to control panel then go to folder option then click on view tab. On the list you'll find a option named "Hide extensions for known file type". Enable this option and click OK. Now you can rename your files easily.
You receive this error when a secondary account in a Gold Family Pack subscription tries to add a credit card or buy Microsoft Points. Secondary accounts cannot add credit cards to or make purchases with cards over Xbox LIVE. The primary account can add a credit card and transfer points to the secondary account. For more information, read Questions about billing and Microsoft Points for the Xbox LIVE Gold Family Pack.
I'm guessing yes, but it depends on what system it's plugged into. In the U.S. Panasonic sytems come in 308, 616 and 824 models in the TA series, but only 4x4 default in the TAW-848.
These would be the systems most common for the 7731 phone.
So, when you locate the cabinet, if it's a TA-624/824, then you'll see a board with 11 modular jacks, 3 for lines and 8 for extensions. In the 848, it will be 4 lines and 4 extensions if it has not been expanded. If it's an old KXT30810/61610, you'll see the extra jacks on the sytem.
Ok, this is a misworded error message on dells end. this laptop does not have a modular bay instead it has a locked in disc drive. Based on what i have seen on other dell laptops i would have to say the cd drive is going bad. To test this try removing the cd drive. Power the laptop on and push the eject button then power the laptop off. Flip the laptop overand there will be a screw to hold the drive in, this screw will be close to the center and will be the only screw in a square hole, remove this screw. Now if you followed my directions, you should have the drive out. Pull the tray out as far as it will go then grab the two sides closest to the laptop and gently pull it out. If you are having problems you can stick a flat screw driver in the square hole and push the piece of metel to the side to remove.
Now power the laptop on it may say something about there not being a cd drive(optical drive) if it does not say: "the device in the system modular bay cannot be identified" then you need to replace to CD drive.