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click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll down universal serial bus controllers you could see a yellow question mark?

right click to reinstall drivers

if you can see your usb drive but its not working

ports(com&lpt)right click update driver if this fails to fix the problem

check the USB leads that attach to the motherboard usually red white green black make sure they are securely seated and have no dust build up on them dust will cause static and a lot of unforeseen problems for a computer and its parts

click start control panel administrive tools ,computer management ,device manager look through all of your devices if you see a yellow question mark?or exclamation mark ! or red x

right click to reinstall drivers

hope this helps

Posted on May 18, 2011

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Engine won't start and shows trouble code P1516 and reduced engine power light is on


Here is the definition of the code.

Possible causes - Faulty Throttle Actuator Control (TAC) module
- Throttle Actuator Control (TAC) module harness is open or shorted
- Throttle Actuator Control (TAC) module circuit poor electrical connection (loose or broken wires)

P1516 CHEVROLET Description The Throttle Actuator Control (TAC) module contains data which is essential for proper TAC operation. The TAC module continuously test the integrity of this data. When the TAC module is unable to write or read data to and from Random Access Memory (RAM), or the TAC module is unable to correctly read data from the flash memory or and internal TAC module processor fault is detected and the Detected Trouble Code (DTC) is set.
Read more: http://engine-codes.com/p1516_chevrolet.html#ixzz286Gl3cSo

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How to unlock the micro sd memory card's password


Sorry. You can't. But you can usually recover use of the card by inserting it into an external SDHC card reader (using a suitable micro SDHC to SDHC adapter) and then refomatting the card. You may need to use the host computer to go into the cards properties first to uncheck the "read only" status.

This makes all data stored on the card overwriteable as if it's no longer there, but there is plenty of free/cheap data recovery software which can recover data from reformatted memory cards as long as the card has not been used after formatting.

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Not showing ther data


Insert the Memory Card to the card reader,
Then plug the card reader to the computer and perform the following setting to the computer.
Go to the Control panel,
Choose Folder Options
Then click on View.
Choose
Show hidden files and folders

and

Remove mark to the Hide extensions for known file types.

Again

Remove mark to the Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)

A Warning will Display Click OK.
Then Apply and Click OK.

Open My Computer and Go an Open/Explore your Memory Card for Backup of your data.


Copy a Data to the Computer and Format your Memory Card.

Before Restore you backup to the memory Perform the setting of file attribute to your data
Example of file Attribute is

Read Only
Archive
Hide

Right Click your Data
and then Remove a mark to the Hide in Order to view Your Data to the Memory Card.

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WHAT ARE THE IMPORTANCE AND FUNCTIOPNS OF RAM AND ROM?


Random Access Memory is a form of memory that can be read without having to begin at the first address, then the second address, then the third, and so on. This is a carryover from when most memory was Serial Access, such as magnetic tape, paper tape, or punched cards. The on-board memory computers use for temporary storage is Random Access Memory, but on chips, instead of a hard disc drive.

Read Only Memory is exactly what the name implies, it can only be read, not written to. A CD-ROM is a form of memory, as is a chip on the motherboard which is used to store instructions for the Central Processor Unit. RAM is your computer's temporary storage space. RAM is really the computer's short-term memory. As such, it remembers everything that the computer needs to process the data into information, such as data that has been entered and software instructions, but only when the computer is on. This means that RAM is an example of volatile storage. When the power is off, the data stored in RAM is cleared out. This is why, in addition to RAM, systems always include nonvolatile storage devices for permanent storage of instructions and data when the computer is powered off. Hard disks provide the greatest nonvolatile storage capacity in the computer system.

Jul 03, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I dont kno the default 4ne code for my voda4ne 125 handset


hi
Carefully reading user manuals help in most of cases :)

Just use Read flash option. After reading complete, SagemEG will show you phone code. If not success, there is another option to get code - sent flash.bin to Support@SagDD.com.
Here is log of reset to default , read eeprom n read flash

COM3 [VCP0] selected
Device: ZTE-225
Checking data, wait...
Action: reset
Boot...
Press Power button now !
Checking...
boot answer: 01
Boot Done
Set Baud...
Set Baud Done
Connecting...
flash: 0001:22C4
Connecting Done
Check free space...
flash chip supported
Check free space Done
Check parameters...
Check parameters Done
backup critical area...
Reading [eeprom-sta]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sta_20080118-132834.B1E.bin
loading data...
wrong database file: z225_eep65535.cfg
error: can't load database[11]
Reading [eeprom-sec]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sec_20080118-132834.B1E.bin
Reading [eeprom-dyn]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-dyn_20080118-132836.B1E.bin
backup critical area Done
Check memory...
Check memory Done
Write...
error: set erase range
error: set erase range
Write Failed
Finished, Remove/Install battery now !
Time used: 22 sec
COM3 [VCP0] selected
Device: ZTE-225
Checking data, wait...
Action: read eeprom
Boot...
Press Power button now !
Checking...
boot answer: 01
Boot Done
Set Baud...
Set Baud Done
Connecting...
flash: 0001:22C4
Connecting Done
Check free space...
flash chip supported
Check free space Done
Check parameters...
Check parameters Done
backup critical area...
Reading [eeprom-sta]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sta_20080118-133742.B1E.bin
loading data...
wrong database file: z225_eep65535.cfg
error: can't load database[11]
Reading [eeprom-sec]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sec_20080118-133742.B1E.bin
Reading [eeprom-dyn]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-dyn_20080118-133744.B1E.bin
backup critical area Done
Check memory...
Reading [eeprom-complete]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-complete_20080118-133750.B1E.bin
Completed
Finished, Remove/Install battery now !
Time used: 21 sec
COM3 [VCP0] selected
Device: ZTE-225
Checking data, wait...
Action: read flash
Boot...
Press Power button now !
Checking...
boot answer: 01
Boot Done
Set Baud...
Set Baud Done
Connecting...
flash: 0001:22C4
Connecting Done
Check free space...
flash chip supported
Check free space Done
Check parameters...
Check parameters Done
backup critical area...
Reading [eeprom-sta]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sta_20080118-133815.B1E.bin
loading data...
wrong database file: z225_eep65535.cfg
error: can't load database[11]
Reading [eeprom-sec]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sec_20080118-133816.B1E.bin
Reading [eeprom-dyn]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-dyn_20080118-133818.B1E.bin
backup critical area Done
Check memory...
Reading [flash]...
file saved: backup_flash_20080118-134506.B1X.bin
Completed
Finished, Remove/Install battery now !
Time used: 425 sec



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Can I retrievedeleted emails from my pone memory


If the SMS messages are saved on the SIM card it's very easy, use a tool like CHIPDRIVER or , to view the haw SMS data, change the header to mark it as current instead of deleted.

http://3d2f.com/tags/undelete/sms/messages/

From a mobile phones internal memory, this is a little tricky, there are some techniques you can use, such as service boxes and/or Flasher boxes (e.g. SHU Box). These will do direct memory reads from the phone, but you will need to work out how to interpret the data.

Mobile phones use EEPROM/NAND memory; this is Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory.

Wear Leveling Algorithms are used to extend the life of the memory, this causes issue when reading data directly from the memory chip, as it needs to be re constructed. In many cases it is FAT file system.

thanks.

Apr 30, 2011 | Nokia 6120

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When the portable dictation machine is turned on, it reads memory access error 2003, 1001, and i cannot dictate or do anything with the machine.


Press the 'OK' button, then it'll prompt you to 'Save All Data To PC'. If you have dictation on the portable that you want to save, connect it to the PC and hit 'OK'. It'll go into 'PC Operation Mode' and you can transfer your dictation like you normally would. Then when you disconnect and reboot the portable, you should get the error again.

To clear the error, press 'OK' again, but on the 'Save All Data To PC' screen, instead of pressing 'OK', press 'Esc' (I think that's the other option - this is from memory!) and it'll prompt you to delete the data. Press 'OK' and it'll format the memory and reboot - then you should be good to go.

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As soon as I turn on my Dictaphone m5220 I get the following: Memory access error 2003, 1001 My only option is to select OK After selecting OK, it reads Please save data to PC When trying to...


As per one of my other posts:

Press the 'OK' button, then it'll prompt you to 'Save All Data To PC'. If you have dictation on the portable that you want to save, connect it to the PC and hit 'OK'. It'll go into 'PC Operation Mode' and you can transfer your dictation like you normally would. Then when you disconnect and reboot the portable, you should get the error again.

To clear the error, press 'OK' again, but on the 'Save All Data To PC' screen, instead of pressing 'OK', press 'Esc' (I think that's the other option - this is from memory!) and it'll prompt you to delete the data. Press 'OK' and it'll format the memory and reboot - then you should be good to go.

The 2003,1001 error is caused by shutting off or cutting power to the portable while it's still in the Record mode. The portable is writing to the memory, and if you cut the power, it doesn't have a chance to finish saving the dictation - resulting in a corrupted file.

Jan 13, 2011 | Dictaphone Walkabout 5220

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