Music Image by ShellyS This 1:12 scale guitar, made by Ken Manning, can actually be played. Each string is different.
Question by Cristina A: How do I fix a lose key on my laptop ? I have a lose key on my laptop. It is not broken it just keeps coming off, at first it I could just pop it back on but now it will not stay. Is there a way to fix it with out taking it in for a repair? Thanks much! It is a compaq Evo N610c
Question by : I have not been able to send mail from my desktop for the past 5 weeks.? I have not been able to send my from my desktop or laptop for the past 5 weeks. The error message states that due to “suspicious activity,” I am being blocked from sending emails. I can, however, send from my smartphone (Samsung Galaxy 3). I followed the “helpful tips” (hah!) and have changed my password multiple times, as well as my security questions. Occasionally, I will receive a “captcha” code, which allows me to send 1 email to 1 person before I am blocked again. Has anyone else experienced this problem? The yahoo mail “help” people are useless…they just keep sending me the same lame message about changing my password (which doesn’t work). Any thoughts???
Answer by Arthur DentIf your account was hacked and used to send spam then I can see where you’d be blocked for a time. Changing your password and changing your security questions are good steps for securing your account but you should also activate the Second Sing-In verification and check if any external applications were linked to your account that could allow someone to access your account again. You should also check your account settings to make sure your email name and reply-to address are correct and that you are saving a copy of any sent email to your Sent email folder. I would close your account, clear your browser’s cookies and cache, and then open it again before trying to reset your password. Passwords shouldn’t be changed more than once every 24 hours.
Toshiba laptop battery PA3166U-1BRS charger PCB back right Image by Uwe Hermann randomprojects.org/wiki/Toshiba_PA3166U-1BRS_laptop_battery
Question by naomi r: “Consider replacing your battery”? My laptop has started coming up with that notification today. I’ve tried wiggling wires and turning it off and on again, but it still does it. I use it as a main computer, always plugged in, so does it actually matter that this keeps coming up? Will it affect my computer in anyway or can I just ignore it as long as I keep it plugged in?
Question by Mrs.TwilightLover: My laptop says, “Consider replacing your battery?”? I have a Toshiba laptop and when I shut down, turned on my laptop, and logged into my account, there was an ‘x’ over the battery icon and it said, “Consider replacing your laptop.” I haven’t had this laptop for even 3 years! What does this mean?
Answer by Mirchange your battery , or get a new one ,
And Here It Is Image by born1945 My new Toshiba Satellite laptop.
Question by : refurbished laptops from “cheap laptops” how good are they? I found one on the site that has everything on it for 275.00 do you think it would be a good deal? I just have to find out how large the screen is. asking Computer literate people please!
Toshiba laptop battery PA3166U-1BRS charger PCB details right Image by Uwe Hermann randomprojects.org/wiki/Toshiba_PA3166U-1BRS_laptop_battery
Question by E168816: My computer (2 years old) says “service battery”? It is a macbook white 13″. Everything is working fine but in the corner when I click on the battery it says “service battery” and when I click on that it says “Service Battery: The battery isn’t functioning normally, and you may or may not notice a change in its behavior or the amount of charge it holds. Have your computer checked by an Apple Authorized Service Provider (AASP). You can continue to use your battery before it’s checked without harming your computer.” What does this mean and do I actually have to take my computer into apple?