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Purging Procedure - If you have just installed a new archival or Quadtone cartridge you must purge the Epson print head of all of the old, non-archival, ink before you can begin to print with the full archival effect. The print heads in the Epson 200/400/440/500/600/640/740/800/850/860/900/1160/1520/Photo/Photo 700/Photo EX/Photo 750/Photo 1200 printers hold about 3 to 5 pages worth of ink. Always run a Nozzle check before printing. Even if you get a perfect nozzle check on your first try after putting in a new cartridge, run at least one or two head cleaning cycles. This will prevent any excess ink from over filling the print head. After the cleaning cycles, use the purging test patterns below to purge your system of the old ink. After printing about 5 (8.5x11) pages of this pattern, 98% of the old ink will be gone. The rest will come out slowly and may take as many as 20 or more pages, but at the 98% point you will see good results. If you have an Epson 3000, 5000 or 9000. See below
This depends on the engine size 3.0= 6 or 3.4= 8 cylinders you can go to auto zone for 6 cylinder it's around $40-45.00 for the 8cylinder it's about $50.00 + $43.00>for a core that you get back when you bring in the old one if you can bring your old pump with you when you go to buy the new one you and the parts guy will be sure that the new one matches the old one and you won't need the core charge money so $40--50 + fluid +tax make sure when you put in the fluid to bleed the air out by letting the engine run and turn the steering wheel back and forth about HALF A TURN EACH WAY FROM THE STRAIGHT POSITION WITH THE WHEELS OFF THE GROUND THE FRONT JACKED UP DO NOT TURN THE STEERING WHEEL MORE THAN THAT BECAUSE YOU WILL BLOW OUT THE NEW SEALS IN THE PUMP BECAUSE OF EXCESS AIR LET THE ENGINE RUN FOR ABOUT 10MIN.DOING THE PROCEEDURE AND CHECK THE FLUID TO SEE IF IT IS STILL FOAMY LOOKING IF IT IS LET IT RUN MORE AND THEN SETTLE FOR 10MIN. CHECK THE FLUID AGAIN AND JUST LET IT SIT TILL YOU DON'T SEE ANY FOAM THEN YOU'LL BE SAFE TO DRIVE THE CAR AND THE PUMP WILL HAVE ALL THE AIR PURGED OUT SO YOU WON'T BLOW OUT THE SEALS MAKE SURE THAT THE WHEELS ARE OFF THE GROUND DURING THE PURGE PROCEEDURE IT WILL BE EASIER TO TURN THE WHEEL AND LESS PRESSURE ON THE PUMP FOR THE BEGINNING OF THE PURGE HAVE FUN AND GOOD LUCK STEPHEN
You will have to download blackberry manager from blackberry.com
You will have to do a backup of the old phone with that software
Then plug in your new phone and restore phone it should give you a option to restore all your old data.
Hope this helps
Don't worry about the sales receipts. You have a bigger problem at hand. The reason it is bringing up pieces of old data is because you are nearing your limits in the program. There is a a limit in lists in QBooks (Customer names, vendor names, employee names, other names add them all up together) that when you get close to exceeding it the program starts to randomly purge data. It does things like deletes some things on an old deposit, or deletes some of the invoices already paid for by a payment posted and sometimes it deletes the customers main information (address ect.). When it randomly purges transactions that are linked with others then the records begin to error out. This will continue until the program stops loading and locks up completely. There are many ways to solve the problem. Some people keep one year of accounting records in each company file and begin a new file with the new year. You can consolidate names (go through your inactive entries on all lists and see if there are duplicates you can merge). I would try and clean up as many as possible by consolidating and merging and then use the verify data feature under file and then utiltiies and follow the instructions to very the integrity of your file. If it passes then you can try and archive previous periods again.
Yes you will loose al data if you format it.DO NOT FORMAT as you have your data on it. What I suggest is to get the motherboard of same old model that you replaced. Sometimes the motherboards do not play up with all the hardware. Get the same model motherboard that you replaced. Once that works, copy all data to some other HDD.
Or better still send the data in bits by email to yourself. The data would be safe on the email server. And can be retrieved later when all is well. OR attach the drive to some other computer where it works and send emails to yourself. Long and tedious job, but will save your data. And when the drive has started working with your new computer after formatting or otherwise, you can retrieve all the data. and delete the emails from the server.
Contact HP regarding a lease program. They will provide all new systems to your company, send technicians like myself to transfer all the data from the old machines to the new machiness, set them up inside your company, and pay you for your old hardware.
i see..well..was the old hard drive running xp by chance?..seems that with the new vista, that each application would need to be upgraded with drivers to pull the old data..another option is to use a data recovery service.