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Have a wall to build 54 feet long 4 bricks high how many do i need

Depends on the type of Brick
Brick Type STANDARD MODULAR OVERSIZE QUEEN CLOSURE UTILITY Can be from 7.5 to 8 1/4 Usual standard is 8 inches Nominal Joint 3/8" to" 1/2" Thickness

you will find everything you ever need to know about bricks here

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Mar 07, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Rectangular parallelepiped

That would depend on the bricks' third dimension. If each brick is 2 by 4 by 1, for example, then there would be 653,184 bricks. If each brick is 2 by 4 by 4 then there would be 163,296 bricks.

Jul 22, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Which type is it? The brick type or tubular type? (Not technical names, just descriptive)
Tubular types run a little under a 1000 online..
See this example..

I think you have this type - runs 6 - 700 online . These are not OEM (originals) these are replacements.

ac25641263_1ft.jpg Here's one for 681.00..

Look here and plug in your exact vehicle info..

Aug 03, 2011 | 1999 Buick LeSabre

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Cant find a compatible driver for my laptop

Please give some more info.
Example: Manufacturer, Model, Operating System

May 29, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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The P1127 is a gen eric code, used by the manufacturers almost "at will". Since you didn't specified the car make and type, I give some examples:
VW: Long Term Fuel Trim B1 System Too Rich
HYUNDAI : Control Sleeve Position Sensor

May 03, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Can u give me solution about driver?which has not completely installed in windows 7 for wipro laptop.what should i do?

Click start, Then type driver into the search bar. then select update device drivers. Select which driver you are after from the list shown, For example for wireless it will be in network adaptors. Once knowing which driver you are looking for Double click on the selected driver subfolder (disk drives , network adaptors etc) then right click each individual driver and select update driver.

Option 2 is to log on to your manufactures website and type in your excact product and you will be given a list of drivers for your actual laptop / netbook / desktop. download the driver you are needing to your 'desktop' and then double click to install.

I hope this helps and please rate. I'm sorry i cant give you the website link for drivers as i dont know the make of your device.

Type your manufacturer into google ie HP / Sony / Toshiba etc and search for their officail website.

Mar 13, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to fix a bricked wii

Q:What is a brick?
A:To brick a Wii is to damage the console beyond repair - as in 'A bricked Wii has all the electronic functionality of a brick'. To put it simply, fully bricked Wii consoles do absolutely nothing. The term is often used in situations where modifying a system's firmware (without necessarily making any alterations to the machine's hardware) has caused it to become inoperable.

Q: I've heard people talking about semi, banner and full bricks, What's the difference?

A: Semi bricks - Usually caused by installing an update from an out of region game. This is when a small error has occurred in the wii's system menu. If your wii is semi bricked you will not be able to access the Wii Settings.

Banner bricks - This is caused when one installs a wad that is corrupted or has an incorrect banner size. It may also be caused by installing Preloader on the wrong system menu. You will know your wii is banner bricked because when you boot your wii and it freezes after the health screen and/or say the system files are corrupted.

Full Bricks - These bricks are usually caused when the System's IOS is corrupted or uninstalled. The wii will either give an opera error or just a black screen at boot.

Once you figure out the type of brick you have then go here and read the faqs on how to fix it:

Jan 02, 2011 | Nintendo Wii Console

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I dont have the driver software

You would need to give at least the following details, for anybody to be able to help:-
What is the hardware (manufacturer, hardware model number, type of hardware) What operating system your computer is using (Windows XP, VISTA, Linux etc.)

for example,
I need the driver for an SiS 661FX onboard video card, to run in Windows XP with Service Pack 2 installed.
SiS = hardware chipset manufacturer 661FX = model of the actual hardware (100% essential that this is the exact model number) Onboard = some types of hardware are built-in to a PC (onboard), and others are separate parts. Video Card = the type of hardware, usually video, sound, USB, printer etc. Windows XP = the operating system the driver is matched to. Service Pack 2 = the main system update last installed (essential on most operating systems)

If you have just reinstalled an operating system, and most likely just need 'all' of the drivers for your computer, then it's much easier to let somebody here know what computer you have - this will either be a model number on the case itself, or inside its case, there will be a model number written on the mainboard inside.
The location can vary but usually looks a bit like this example:

Nov 11, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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TV turns itself off, and then switches back on with no display

Its normal for the 'brick' (power supply) to get hot, the power supply would not be the problem here as if it was faulty it wouldt power the screen at all, I guess you have a small 15" LCD TV which runs on 12V? The problem would be internal, Hitachi TVs have this problem, its normally down to a small capicitor on the main board. Speak the manufacturer for more info.

Sep 13, 2009 | Westinghouse LTV-19W3 19 in. LCD...

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My power cord no longer works

If the cord is a standard computer cord then Radio Shack, Best Buy or any computer store has a cord. You could also try removing the cord from the computer and trying that cord.

If it's not a standard cord then you will most likely have to go to the monitor manufacturer. Another possibility is that the brick may have gone bad. Again you will probably have to go to the manufacturer.

A possible fix for the brick is one of the third party bricks. These are made by I-go and Targus. Office Max and Office Depot carry these bricks. I don't know if they are compatible with your monitor, but it's worth looking into. These are usually sold as replacements for laptop bricks. Also don't forget E-Bay as a source of replacement Bricks. I had an LCD TV with a bad brick and got a replacement on E-Bay. My TV problem was very similar to what you describe.

Mar 31, 2009 | X2Gen MW22U Monitor

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