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Blue Computers &... • Answered on Apr 18, 2021


What is your question about that manual?

Blue Computers &... • Answered on Feb 04, 2020


You'll need to specify what product in specific you are talking about - Kaiser Baas makes action cameras, scooters, VR displays and a bunch of other things. Suggest going to the website and locating the specifications for your model https://www.kaiserbaas.com/

Blue Computers &... • Answered on Nov 25, 2019


Clean it im guessing you have ink build up

Blue Computers &... • Answered on Aug 10, 2019


battery is #1 failure on all portable devices! even 1 year old abused replace ok"?

Blue Computers &... • Answered on Jul 11, 2019


most folks cant, its a computer and are complex. all are. no PC stated at all just ATT? no OS stated windows 10? first in a shop we test the HDD first or look silly loading say w10 100 times and failing. most old HDD are dead, or fails smart tests. wana learn ask.

Blue Computers &... • Answered on Jul 08, 2019


Your laptop most likely has a corrupt file that windows needs in order to run properly. You did not state which operating system is on the laptop so it's hard to be specific. In any case, hit the F8 key as the laptop is booting until you come to the boot selections. From their you can boot into safe mode and see if that works. In some cases, this is all you need to do in order to reboot into normal Windows. If you see a "boot last known good configuration" boot into that instead of safe mode. If you cannot boot into last known good configuration or safe mode, you will need to insert your windows repair disk or your Windows Installation disk and run the repair tool.

Blue Computers &... • Answered on May 15, 2019


this sounds like your battery is ok but its not making right contact on your pc clean the contacts and reinstall it

Blue Computers &... • Answered on May 02, 2019


Hi there, At some point during the process you copy of windows came corrupt- could be a result of improper updating, and sometime it windows itself. I forget which os but I remember this happening with an update- anyway if you keep getting the screen of ***** you need to reinstall windows from a flash drive or cd or whatever means you have to install it. It is also possible that you may need a new hard drive. Keep in mind that with many updates of many devices it usually accesses the memory to write the updated information to and if it looses power during the process it could damage the drive. Reinstall windows and be ready to buy a new drive. You can download windows 10 for free any other i think you need a key code to download. good luck

Blue Computers &... • Answered on Feb 18, 2019


Hello there try to take the power out for a night and try again in the morning.. hope it helps have a nice day over there...

Blue Computers &... • Answered on Jan 13, 2019

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