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To play ONLINE Call of Duty then you will need a Gold account. I am assuming that you had bought a 3 month membership to Gold and that is why it has run out?
If the Xbox 360 is used then you still might have a few free trial periods free for 1 month Xbox Live. If I recall previously you could load up to 4 trial accounts. So try just creating a new user profile and see if it doesn't give you one month free for that account? If not then the previous owner has used all the trial accounts.
Make sure you don't use a credit card when signing up to Xbox Live though... it will automatically be set to charge you for renewal when your Gold Account runs out.
If you have to get a Gold account then I recommend you purchase the Live cards at your local store. Some people go onto Ebay and find cheap deals... but I have heard of a few people complain when getting cards that don't work.
Here is the most common reason as to why your pictures are not going directly on your card.
Chances are that when you got the camera it came with a 64Mb card, just enough to get you started but not big enough to hold many pictures. Am I correct?
The problem that these new cameras have is that they only work with specific cards. My suggestion is to take your camera to a Best Buy or RadioShack and either purchase the same brand of card that came with your camera, or have them pair you with the most applicable card.
I had the same issue when I got my wife her camera for Christmas. I got her an additional 2Gb card and when she put it in it wouldn't save pictures to the card. I wound up taking it back to Best Buy and making the digital section personnel match me with a card that worked. At first the guy told me that I'd just have to keep trying, but I told him even though I could return the cards, it was a waste of time and I wanted to get the right one the first time. He reluctantly helped me out and I got the correct card.
My advice, if they decline to help you initially, go to a supervisor and tell them your situation. It may be a small headache but once you find the correct card you shouldn't have any future problems.
Good luck and if I've helped you resolve your issue please give me a 4 thumbs up.
Go back to best buy, somebody may have already used keygen and used your license key which is why its no good. Microsoft won't help you but simply tell you to go back to where you bought your laptop. I know, that sucks.
Sure but you shouldn't need to tell the computer what type of monitor it is, windows should simply send the signal to the monitor and poof up comes your display, more advanced versions may auto-detect or youc an select it in the control panel under display. Try craigslist to pick up a cheap monitor in your area. I got a 15'' flat for 20 bucks.
Hey jackie jean, If the two year extended warranty you are talking about is a performance service plan purchased at a Best Buy™ store then you could bring the camera into a Geek Squad® precinct in a Best Buy™ store, and they should be able to send it out for service at no charge to you. I am assuming you formatted the memory card in the camera, but if this is not the case and you have formatted the memory card using your computer then I would suggest formatting the memory card in the camera. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
the computer should have the card in it. go to wal mart and look and some of them you will find one that will work. turn the computer off, take off the case, lay it on it's side take out the card, start up the computer, put in new disk, install software, turn computer off, lay it back on it's side, put the new card in, you will see how it goes in, case back on, start up computer. Your done!