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Removal iStar.exe application
Sounds like you encrypted the drive. Under Computer, right click the drive and format it. You will lose all your data and there is no way around this. Write your password down somewhere if you can't remember it.
on Feb 03, 2020
Device name change
External cards or disks are almost impossible to make secure. You always can reformat and change the label. Are you sure you allow people to bring in external cards, they could have plugged in on other computers? Even computers they are not sure they don't contain viruses or malware? This is more dangerous than being connected to the net.
on Jan 12, 2020
8GB Alloy Spy Micro Video DVR with Sound Activation, not detected on my windows 10 labtop
there are different reasons behind your USB cable not recognize such as:
- unplug your computer/laptop: unplug the computer from the power supply , because most of the time computer or laptop don't turn off completely and mother board still get power.
- Motherboard need rebooted: Some times mother board can go wrong and USB ports stop working.in this situation motherboard need reboot.
- Update Device Driver
- Restart and Disconnect USB Device
- Uninstall Hidden Device
- Uninstall USB Device
- Update generic USB Hub
for more help i will suggest you customer support help number
on Jan 08, 2020
When i go to play a dvd on my baird t.v dvd combi
It's possible that you or someone has accidently changed the region code setting on the player.
If you type your model number and the words 'region code' into a search engine, you should find out how to reset it to your region or make it region free.
If that doesn't work there's an electrical fault on the machine.
on Oct 31, 2019
How to repair Motorolla Talkabout 250 antenna
I have just repaired four of these radios, with complete success.
You need a tube of black Stixall (currently £5.81 from Tool Station), a skeleton gun and a saucer of water with a good squirt of washing up liquid.
Take the back off the radio, take out the batteries and remove the rear cover by undoing the retaining screws using a screwdriver with a star shaped bit. Unscrew the circuit board now exposed using the same screwdriver bit. Remove the damaged rubber aerial with coiled copper core, being careful not to damage or distort the copper core. It lifts off one of the screw lugs revealed when removing the circuit board. Get rid of all of the old rubber.
Now put the end of the copper coil back over the lug (where it came from) and screw the PCB back on followed by the back of the unit.
Now form a new rubber cover to the copper aerial using Stixall, squirted into place. Squirt it down into the aerial housing so that it will get mechanical purchase from the body of the radio. Put on plenty, completely coating the copper aerial. Now dip your fingers in the saucer so that they don't bond to the Stixall and mold it into a smooth aerial shape. Leave it to cure for 24 hrs and then dust it with flour. Job done.
I have tested my repaired radios and they are great, the new "aerials" have lasted well. I am especially pleased that I don't have to throw them away.
Good luck - regards SJP
on Oct 16, 2019 | Electronics - Others
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