Question about Computers & Internet
When I receive a call on my magic jack the caller says they here touch tones as if I am pushing the key pad on the phone but I am not pushing the key pad buttons. Purchased new phones at my home but problem is still on going. Does not matter if I call out or if another party calls in . I never here it on my end only the caller hers the tones. It happens on the use of a Cricket Cell phone and a Sprint Cell phone service the same . The problem seems to be intermittent as it starts in the beginning of the call then the problem quits then comes back .
I have a limited amount of free time on cell phone text messages and every time I send a comment on face book, I get about 10 to 15 comments back on texts.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sprint 595 air card
yes, i used the watcher with it. I also tried the verizon wireless aircard to no avail. I sent the sprint card back. Got the AT&T usb wireless and that works perfect. Has to be something with my notecard not wanting to play nice with their aircards. Verizon says its Microsoft or Acer. Acer says its not them as the notebook does recognize the card but it won't work after install.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
Please plug also the power cord to the power source then wait for 10 - 20 minutes to charge the battery of your laptop then after the said time given above please turn on the laptop and see if your laptop is working now. Else if it is not then try to contact computer technician and let that person check the problem of your laptop Most of the problem causes of software and hardware.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
More likely than not the DC jack will need to be desoldered from the mainboard and replaced or the whole mainboard replaced.
Without warranty coverage you're looking at around $75 for a qualified tech to solder a new DC jack in or the full cost of the computer (replacing the whole system) as parts for the Eee PC's are prohibitively expensive and motherboard/mainboard replacement not really an option.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
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