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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Thanks to a fellow user, I was informed that I needed to purchase Chapura software. The following link has the software that does two way sync with BCM. Others don't. I did however have a few problems, but the help desk through Chapura was able to get the process working. Good Luck.
Posted on Sep 11, 2005
SOURCE: machine freeze up randomly. Must
Hi, "marspkr": First you stated that you had to "do a hard shutdown" because of this unit locking up...then at the end of your message you stated that it "keeps rebooting itself over and over". Should usually be one or the other. As I stated above, with the laptop I was working on, it turned out to be a complete HD breakdown. Now the owner has to decide whether to purchase another Hitachi "Deathstar" or just give up and buy a new model. Usually 2 or 3 things would cause a complete lockup requiring a 'hard shutdown'. 1. HD failing, 2. Bad or unsupported RAM, or 3. Overheating onboard video. All of which are pretty crappy considering that neither GW or MPC are in the biz of customer support anymore.
If you are experiencing a constant rebooting scenario, I would reccommend going into safe mode and running any number of the freeware tools out there to help with malware/virus activity. For example: "MBAM", "ComboFix", "A-squared", "HiJack This", etc. Most of these tools have instructions at their site of origin and have always come in very handy for my use. Much luck to you.
Posted on May 28, 2009
SOURCE: Ripped off Trade Me!
Try 12345 or read the security settings, security codes on the manual, you'll find the code there. But the default for all nokia mobiles is "12345".
Good luck. Thanks for using FixYa.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
. your issue is possible due to a bad volume control or a separated conductor wire at the connector to the sound card.
You may have to buy a new speaker assembly or if you are adept at soldering or can disassemble the speaker assembly you can replace the resistor potentiometer/ volume control with a new suitable resistor from Radio shack or your favorite electronics store that supplies these parts.
Usually a new speaker assembly is warranted.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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