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This means the sender of the text sent you one text message. If it said 1/2 it would mean the sender sent you 2 texts messages and you were on the page/ message they sent you. If you were to go to the send page/ message they sent then it would say 2/2. Please let me know if this helped.
What account? You are clearly posting to Fixya so you are not locked out of that account. As to phone calls, Fixya operates by text. If you are referring to 6ya, the pay service where you can talk to an expert for 6 minutes about a particular problem, you should address your queries about that via contact information on the 6ya help page. Perhaps you don't understand the 6ya process and should read its help page. That 6 minutes basically provides time for an assessment whether you can do the fix yourself or will need a service center. The expert you are talking to there has a minimum of two years paid experience prior to being accepted by 6ya to be available to offer advice. Neither 6ya nor Fixya are repair centres, i. e. facilities where you might send broken equipment for repair.
The services are informational. And Fixya offers free information from unpaid volunteers. That does not mean volunteers have no expertise! It simply means they have not availed themselves of opportunity to be paid via 6ya. You get a free ride, in other words. But there is no phone contact with Fixya, rather that is with 6ya.
Please follow these steps: 1. Turn your printer on. Most power buttons are located on the top of the printer. Press and hold down the button until its LED light turns green.
2. Choose the image or text you desire to print onto the CD. On your computer, open the image or text you desire to print. images should be opened by clicking on your computer's "Start" icon and selecting the "Pictures" tab folder within the Start menu. When the Pictures folder opens, click on the image you desire to print onto the CD to enlarge it. If you are planning to print text onto the CD, open the text in Microsoft Word or any other desktop publishing program you may have on your computer.
3. Insert the CD into the printer. Press the "Eject" button that can be found on your CD printing enabled printer. A CD tray will open automatically. Place the CD into the tray print side up. Close the CD tray. The printer will begin working to detect the CD. Once the CD is detected, your printer's LED light will either flash green or another indication color.
4. Print the image or text onto the CD. For image printing, click on the enlarged image's tab that will be on your computer's taskbar. You will see a horizontal row of action icons below the image. Click on the thumbnail image of a printer to print the image onto the disc. For text printing, simply click on the "File" action on the navigation menu in your desktop publishing document. Click "Print" within the "File" drop down menu. The image or text will be sent to the printer once you choose the "Print" action.
5 . Remove the CD from the printing tray. The CD will be fed through the printer during the printing process. Once the process is complete, the CD will come through the bottom of the printing tray. Take the CD from the tray when it reaches the bottom.
The above mentioned steps must help you. In case of any difficulty please revert back.