I have a question about a solution offerred by Beni S-P at FixYa.
Beni S-P offerred a solution to my problem (the solution was posted today; my initial inquiry was posted on 10-28-07): it was suggested that I start the PC in safe mode to then use the "msconfig" function (which I've used before). However, How do I start the PC in Safe Mode??? I'm not being given that option when trying to boot the PC. HELP. Thank you.
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Hi LInda!Here's how you go into safe mode..When your computer is booting up keep pressing F8 and you will get the booting options for Windows..From the list you have to choose Safe Mode and press enter..
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Unfortunately Fixya can't help with this type of query unless you give us details of who this offer was with. We can only show you where the Customer Support page is. The query is between them and you, not with us here at Fixya.
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You need to switch off the printer and then connect it via the USB cable. Press the hold and cancel buttons simultaneously. Then power on the printer again. On your LCD display you should typically see a message saying 'ready for download mode'. You will then need to initialize the firmware update process. LCD will change to the writing mode. 10 minutes later you will be prompted to start the printer again.
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I've only just seen your posting by random chance, although you addressed your posting to me FixYa does not currently work that way so I was not alerted to your message. Although it's been five months since your posting I thought I'd reply just to let you know that your message has not been ignored.
Although I'd be happy to offer you direct assistance, FixYa rules prohibit posting any messages which contain personal contact details. The rule is there to ensure that FixYa remains as safe as possible for all participants, but like all such rules it's by necessity a broad brush which may occasionally be inconvenient. But safety must come first.
FixYa presently offers no way to request help directly from individual Experts either, but it is a constantly evolving site and this may eventually change. My own opinion is that FixYa is an information resource, not a forum and as all FixYa Experts are volunteers being able to directly contact us could result in large mail inboxes which may drive Experts away. Helping others is enjoyable, but not if it becomes a chore. There is an exception to this and it's that Experts can choose to register on the site as Repair Professionals, listing their business on this site. But again, it's a broad brush: if I want to make my details available to you then I'm available to all and this is not something which suits me at the present time. Not least because most of the resulting enquiries would be from the USA/Canada which would be impractical for someone living in south London.
In summary, sorry I cannot assist you directly, but it really is a straightforward job if you follow the instructions in my original posting. If you really don't want to do it yourself, then perhaps you know someone else with practical skills who can follow the instructions: anyone who is into making models should find it to be a piece of cake.
hello there subedi! there might be some technical problem in your gadget. try contacting the company from wherein you purchased your tomtom. but there are some gadgets that is required to be charged up to 6 hours. for more inquiry, please keep me in touch.thanks!
As Ekse has posted, FixYa is not a repair center and cannot make any repairs. As of today, we have not received your iPod. If you have accidentally mailed it to FixYa and we do receive it in the future, we will send it back to you as soon as possible.
If you have any questions about this, please email me.