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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I can figure out what happen to your PC. However since that your pc keep slow ..If you can do open your pc and try to refix all the connection. the memory, hard drive, VGA card and other and test.. if this not solve then try to restore your original by reinstalling your windows operating system.
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Posted on Jun 25, 2008
If you have all your items saved to your computer with Active Sync, then do a master reset:
HTC Touch hard reset 14 January 2008
It has the latest and great updates, software, even known issues if you ever come across this. HTC does recommend that you do a master/hard reset once a quarter to keep it moving smoothly. Also, ensure you don't have a lot of open running programs. Perhaps once a day, clean the cashe and history. Do a soft reset (aka battery pull) once or twice a week. All depends on how hard you play with this lovely PDA device!
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
try checking your disk / disk permissions (note:to verify disk you must start from the os x cd at the top of the screen click utilities -> disk utility->repair disk)in the finder window after login you can press command N (apple key and N key at the same time) open the applications folder and find the utilities folder open utilities folder and double click 'Disk Utility' select the disk you wish to repair from the list on the left and click repair disk permissions (note you should back up important files before performing any disk repair utilities) also if you cannot log into the finder you can simply insert the os x disk and hold the C key down after the first boot chime this will start from the cd drive (which may take a little while)
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Have your Mac OS disc handy, start your computer, as it starts, press and hold the power button, this will cause the mac to shut off. Then push the button again, while it is starting push your os disc in the drive. The goal is to get the computer to load the OS disc so you can access the Disk Utility program from the file menu.
If you're having trouble getting past the fan still, restart while holding the commnad, option, p and r keys together. Continue to hold these down until you hear the start up chime. keep holding and let it do this twice. This is "zapping" thie PRAM ... Then start it again... These should help...
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
SOURCE: Touchscreen not responding.
There are three levels of fixes, please try them in order:
1. Reset the GPS using the Reset button, on the back, just under the Antenna Hinge. Resetting will turn off the GPS, and then turn it back on, if connected to power. Test, if fixed, great, otherwise, go to fix 2.
2. Turn the power off, then press and hold the powerbutton for up to 2 minutes. The GPS will turn on, and display a "PreBoot Mode" message. When that message disappears, and the screen calibration screen appears, follow the on-screen instructions, and you are fixed. If you still cannot use the touch screen, repeat fixes 1 and 2 several times, just to be sure., then go to fix 3
3. The touch-screen glass has probably broken or lost its connection with the GPX motherboard. You can order new touch screen glass on the web and install yourself, if you are techy in nature, otherwise do a search for "garmin nuvi 660 repair" and choose your service.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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