Question about Cell Phones
I have iMac computer made in 2008.RAM 2GB.Recently it frequently freezes up (beach ball appears and no matter how long I wait it does not go away) Disk Utility does not indicate any problems .Considering this and the fact that I do not hear any clicks,noises etc makes the impending failure of HD unlikely.The only way to deal with the problem is to switch off the computer using a power button.Switching to another browser does not help.It can happen regardless of what I am doing eg accessing a webpage reading email)When these problems occur there is usually approx 50% of fre memmory and a lot of free space on HD.I did not recently install any new sofrware My operating system is OX 10.8.6
Posted by Anonymous on
This sounds like overheating.. if the fan on your processor has failed you will get some time when you can use the pc and then it stops. Turning off for 15 minutes and then back on again gives you a little more time.
Solution.. check cooling fins are clear of dust and the fan is running freely, lack of cool airflow is the usual cause. if there is no dust and the fan is running then it is possible that the processor is suffering from failing ram.. try replacing your ram..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: iPhone 3G Error 0xE8000001
I just had this problem and it turned out to be... It didn't like my iPod cable. Switched to the iPhone cable and it worked.
Seems to be an iPhone 2.0 prob, or 3g prob, since I was using the iPod cable to sync my old iPhone just fine.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
SOURCE: C: Drive space issue
if you have to little space on your C partition you can resize it, if you using vista.
1. right click on my computer->manage
2. choose storage->disk management
3. right click on the C volume and extend volume
4. put more space on C and then OK. that should solv your problem
you can also move your swap file to D: that gonna save some space on C.
1. rightclick on computer ->properties
2. click advanced system settings
3. click on the advanced tab settings on performance.
4. choose advanced tab->change
5. click on D: and write a custom size(it should be double of your amount of ram)
6. click set
7. then click C in same window and choose "no paging file"
8. click set and ok, then restart your computer.
good luck dont forget to vote.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
It could be a problem with your hard drive. It's starting to fail, may be some day you cant boot anymore. Try replacing it!
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
SOURCE: micro sd 4gb micro card.
This is from Duracell Support
Unfortunately, we have found an incompatibility with a new revision of our microSD and the USB adapter that accompanied the card you purchased. We are in the process of solving the compatibility issue. We are truly sorry for the inconvenience and would like to send a new card that is compatible with your USB adapter. Your original card should be functional in other adapters, phones, and cameras. The microSD card's compatibility problem should only exist with that USB Adapter. For your inconvenience, there will be no need to ship the original microSD card back to us so feel free to keep and use them both. We would also like to send you two free music downloads from Duracell Flash Memory.
If you would like to take advantage of this offer, please let us know your full name, address, the size of the microSD, and the name and location of the store from which you purchased your microSD. When we receive your information we will ship your replacements parts and music downloads immediately.
Duracell Flash Support Team
Here is how to reach them:
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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