How to replace damaged LCD in iPhone 7

Yesterday while getting out of my car, my phone slipped out of my gym shorts and hit the sidewalk. I came to a complete halt and slowly but carefully picked up my phone. "Maybe it got a couple of scratches and that's it?" But when I flipped the phone over, I discovered that it had a bunch of spiderweb cracks. I would like to repair this myself, I found a good video guide: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxKlNJ577sGSnZAb5fLPD1g Should I follow this instuctions, I think it is pretty decent job, what is your opinion?

Topic by jerry9spinger1   |  last reply



i deleted 2 partitions on windows 7 installation . cant use the deleted space later.

First i used xp.on installing w7 without formattingi deleted d,e drives(65gb,65gb)both ntfs. later im unable to create new partition on that space. w7 partitioner sucks.. help me

Question by jaicbe   |  last reply


Can someone please help me create a simple 7-segment number display? [see below for details]

Background info : My name is Simon. I'm a member of the Classic Celica Club of Victoria (Australia) that competes in an anual event called the Winton 6hr Regularity Relay. It's a 6 hour long track event with about 40 teams and 6 cars per team. Each team has one car on the track for the 6 hours. Prior to the race, each car nominates a time that they believe they can consistently do for their share of the race (usually approx. an hour each). Points are awarded for each lap achieved that is within 1 second of the nominated time. Points are deducted for any lap that is faster than the nominated time. The thing is THE DRIVERS CANNOT CARRY ANY FORM OF TIMING DEVICE IN THE CAR. The aim : To build a board that clearly displays a 3 digit time. (eg: 1min 56sec).  Team members will time the car on the track and then use the board to display the time for the driver to read as they pass by the pit wall.  (note: this practice is not against the rules). The requirements : The board must be big enough, and clear enough, to be read from >75m away. The adjustment of the board must be very quick and intuitive. (the task of timing is shared around and there's no time to train people to use the device). The board must be light enough to be held by outstretched arms. No timing device is required in the board itself. The time displayed on the board isn't always the time that is recorded. Adjustments are sometimes made for one reason or another. Scrolling through the numbers is fine, so long as you can scroll both up and down. Each digit should be completely individual (ie: not linked). Layout : [see attached images] I was thinking of using a typical 7-segment display layout made up of 79 x 10mm LEDs. The actual physical construction of the board is well within my ability. It's all the circuitry that i am clueless on.  I am a total newbie so please be gentle when describing electronics. I'm new to instructables but i have spent quite a few hours searching this site for answers. The thing i've found is that my device is far simpler than anything posted on here but i'm still too much of a newb to work out how to do it. ps: I hope i have posted in the correct section. Simon.

Question by Si Mo   |  last reply


how i can take the control from an other pc without remote desktop connection?

How i can take the control from an other pc without remote desktop connection?

Question by ΒασίληςΜ3   |  last reply


Windows 7 Screenshots

These are so far the most reliable screenshots of Windows 7 I've found.Some are pretty incredible.

Topic by puffyfluff   |  last reply


windows 7 bubbles?

I've been watching the bubbles screensaver in win7.  Is it modeling anything?  What determines the interaction of the bubbles?

Question by mole1   |  last reply


windows 7 is worth it, right? Answered

Hi, i am building myself a new pc and was planning on installing windows 7 the specs are: -3.2GHz pentium D -No sata hdd yet... -ATI radeon 256mb PCI-E Graphics card -2 Gigs of ram -and a dvd burner too i was wondering, should i install windows 7, or just install good old windows xp? PS: i plan on playing lots of games on this computer. (like trackmania, rainbow six lockdown, etc...)

Question by zack247   |  last reply


7 Color LED Help

I have recently bought two 7 color blinking LED's from RadioShack and learned how to make them change colors and such. I have figured out that if you put a momentary push button switch (with 4 pins) onto the "switch" pin to ground you can get it to change to a solid color then to the cycling of all colors forever. I have two of them set up in parallel, they both start at the same time but slowly become out of sync. Can anyone recommend anything I can do to keep them in sync? I plan on putting these in my car someday as floor lights and it would be nice to have all the lights change color at the same time and not have to keep pressing the darn button over and over again to reset the LED. Any other tips regarding LED's would be appreciated. I am kind of a noob at this so please try and "dumb it down" so I can understand. I am only just grasping the basics of hobby electronics but am very eager to learn more. Actually, any tips in general that any hobby electronics enthusiast should know would be nice. Link to LED discription: http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=3060680. Part #: 276-016

Topic by Wally_Z   |  last reply



Sucsessful Forum Post From Windows 7

I am not sure if this is the first, but Instuctables has been viewed using Windows 7! For anyone not aware, the Windows 7 beta is free to download for the first 2.5 million visitors, and last I checked it was still available. This is a link to the download site.UPDATE: Microsoft has lifted the 2.5 million download limit and it will be available until January 24th Cnet Article

Topic by Ferrite   |  last reply



why does windows 7 32 bit show only 2.17 gb usable memory inspite of having 8 gb Ram?

System config'n- Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit 8gb of RAM intel i7 processor

Question by polkijain   |  last reply



Driver for arduino on Windows 7?

I have recently had to wipe the hard drive of my computer due to a virus. Consequently I had to re install all of my arduino stuff. I got my IDE arduino 0022, but when I plugged in my board to get the driver again I ran into some problems. First off it came up in other devices on my control panel, and when I tried to update my driver, the ArduinoUno.inf did not come up in the driver folder. I moved the file to its own folder, so that it would actually come up when I tried to update the driver, but even when I selected the file I knew for absolute certain was correct the computer said that there was no driver in that file for my device. What is going on and what can I do?

Question by Higgs Boson   |  last reply


Windows 7 explorer becomes unresponsive Answered

Sometimes my computer glitches and  I am not able to click on anything that has to do with the windows explorer process (desktop icons, taskbar programs, etc.)  I have tried ending the explorer.exe process, but i cant start it back up again because starting explorer.exe opens an explorer window (my computer, my docs, etc.).  The only way to fix this is by restarting.  Does anyone know how to prevent this?  The laptop I'm on is a Dell XPS L501X (i5 460M, 4GB ram (2x 2GB) NVIDIA GeForce GT 425M (1GB))  I am running Windows 7 home premium 64-bit EDIT:  This problem got weirder...Now it happens less frequently, but the problem goes away if I open Revo Uninstaller (maybe because the UAC message refreshes the explorer process?).  Does anyone know if that is the reason?

Question by budabob07   |  last reply


3 volt signal to trigger 7 volt? Answered

Ok,so I get a 3 volt signal from a detector and use this 3 volt to trigger an alarm which atleast need a decent 7 volts to function.The detector could take a max. of 5 volts input which I got from the 7 volts DC supply.This 5 volts fed,gets transformed into 3 volts after the detection.So let me make this clear,I have a 3 volt and a 7 volt supply.I need to use this 3 volt to trigger the 7 volt circuit.I know what you are thinking-a relay !right?but I couldn't get  a 3 volt relay anywhere(though I got a 5 volt relay).I can tackle this situation in two ways.1)Either by stepping this 3 volt to 5 volts and making the relay do the job.but how? 2)Or some circuit to use this 3 volt to trigger the 7 volts(like a relay but maybe by using ic's).This is the final part of my project and so please help me.

Question by Adarsh_tronix   |  last reply


Cannot reset mini 7" netbook any help?

Hi all I bought one of them mini 7" netbooks from China  and have had nothing but trouble with it. After flashing the rom with WinCE  I found it was worse so tried to flash Android back on, but now the screen a just black and nothing happens at all when I press the power button, I have been told there is something inside that can be done to bring these back to life but cant find anything on the internet about it The reset button underneath the machine does nothing at all as I have tried that, any help would be appreciated thanks for reading.

Question by msw100   |  last reply


i have recently installed windows 7 in my TOSHIBA A300 but there are problems with my hardware?

I have recently installed windows 7 but while the assistant manager says that the camera and the microphone are active I cant use them in msn or to record some sounds

Question by arv_christos   |  last reply


My Macbook won't boot "missing operating system" is what comes up on the screen...

I installed Windows 7 over a year ago. Didn't have any problems with running that operating system. The screen ended up getting broken on my laptop. Finally i replaced the screen, Went to power up my mac and it wont boot . All i get is "missing operating system ".. Anyone know how to fix that?

Question by gjrkeymz   |  last reply


0-12V Digital Display?

Here's what I need, and haven't been able to figure out how to do it: I designed a motor speed controller that runs a 12V fan.  Speed control is via PWM through a 50K linear Potentiometer. I need to be able to read the percentage of run voltage ie: 0V=0%, 6V=50%, 12V=100%.  I want to display this on 3 7-segment LED displays. Anyone with insight would be greatly appreciated. Brian

Question by BrianAriz   |  last reply


new to arduino, want to run a dual display for 2 sensors

I'm new to the Arduino community.  wanting to set up a dual radar setup with 2 ultrasonic sensors,  (Ultrasonic Sensor Module HC-SR04), and outputting to a pair of 7 segment displays ( two 7 segment displays each).  I've found a code to do a single could use a lot of help to output two at the same time, basically 2 lanes without 2 units.  im using an arduino mega, ordered a unor3 and hopefully it can be made to run on one or the other. code is as follows: /* HC-SR04 Sensor    The circuit:     * VCC connection of the sensor attached to +5V     * GND connection of the sensor attached to ground     * TRIG connection of the sensor attached to digital pin 2     * ECHO connection of the sensor attached to digital pin 4  */    /*  This is a radar ping sensor that calcultates the speed of an  object traveling away or towards the sensor. I took some of this  code for the HC-SR04 Sensor implementation by Tautvidas Sipavicius. The rest  is original code from me. I know that the seven segment display  code is not the best to look at or the most optimized but it  serves its purpose just fine and is easy to understand.    Written by Matthew Ladd  */   const int trigPin = 2; const int echoPin = 4;   void setup() {   // initialize serial communication:   Serial.begin(9600);   //First 7 segment (ones place)   pinMode(30,OUTPUT);//F   pinMode(31,OUTPUT);//G   pinMode(32,OUTPUT);//E   pinMode(33,OUTPUT);//D   pinMode(34,OUTPUT);//C   pinMode(35,OUTPUT);//B   pinMode(36,OUTPUT);//A   //Second 7 segment (tens place)   pinMode(37,OUTPUT);//F   pinMode(38,OUTPUT);//G   pinMode(39,OUTPUT);//E   pinMode(40,OUTPUT);//D   pinMode(41,OUTPUT);//C   pinMode(42,OUTPUT);//B   pinMode(43,OUTPUT);//A } void zerofirst(){   digitalWrite(30,LOW);   digitalWrite(31,HIGH);   digitalWrite(32,LOW);   digitalWrite(33,LOW);   digitalWrite(34,LOW);   digitalWrite(35,LOW);   digitalWrite(36,LOW); } void onefirst(){   digitalWrite(30,HIGH);   digitalWrite(31,HIGH);   digitalWrite(32,HIGH);   digitalWrite(33,HIGH);   digitalWrite(34,LOW);   digitalWrite(35,LOW);   digitalWrite(36,HIGH); } void twofirst(){   digitalWrite(30,HIGH);//F   digitalWrite(31,LOW);//G   digitalWrite(32,LOW);//E   digitalWrite(33,LOW);//D   digitalWrite(34,HIGH);//C   digitalWrite(35,LOW);//B   digitalWrite(36,LOW);//A } void threefirst(){   digitalWrite(30,HIGH);//F   digitalWrite(31,LOW);//G   digitalWrite(32,HIGH);//E   digitalWrite(33,LOW);//D   digitalWrite(34,LOW);//C   digitalWrite(35,LOW);//B   digitalWrite(36,LOW);//A } void fourfirst(){   digitalWrite(30,LOW);//F   digitalWrite(31,LOW);//G   digitalWrite(32,HIGH);//E   digitalWrite(33,HIGH);//D   digitalWrite(34,LOW);//C   digitalWrite(35,LOW);//B   digitalWrite(36,HIGH);//A } void fivefirst(){   digitalWrite(30,LOW);//F   digitalWrite(31,LOW);//G   digitalWrite(32,HIGH);//E   digitalWrite(33,LOW);//D   digitalWrite(34,LOW);//C   digitalWrite(35,HIGH);//B   digitalWrite(36,LOW);//A } void sixfirst(){   digitalWrite(30,LOW);//F   digitalWrite(31,LOW);//G   digitalWrite(32,LOW);//E   digitalWrite(33,LOW);//D   digitalWrite(34,LOW);//C   digitalWrite(35,HIGH);//B   digitalWrite(36,LOW);//A } void sevenfirst(){   digitalWrite(30,HIGH);//F   digitalWrite(31,HIGH);//G   digitalWrite(32,HIGH);//E   digitalWrite(33,HIGH);//D   digitalWrite(34,LOW);//C   digitalWrite(35,LOW);//B   digitalWrite(36,LOW);//A } void eightfirst(){   digitalWrite(30,LOW);//F   digitalWrite(31,LOW);//G   digitalWrite(32,LOW);//E   digitalWrite(33,LOW);//D   digitalWrite(34,LOW);//C   digitalWrite(35,LOW);//B   digitalWrite(36,LOW);//A } void ninefirst(){   digitalWrite(30,LOW);//F   digitalWrite(31,LOW);//G   digitalWrite(32,HIGH);//E   digitalWrite(33,HIGH);//D   digitalWrite(34,LOW);//C   digitalWrite(35,LOW);//B   digitalWrite(36,LOW);//A } void zerosecond(){   digitalWrite(37,LOW);   digitalWrite(38,HIGH);   digitalWrite(39,LOW);   digitalWrite(40,LOW);   digitalWrite(41,LOW);   digitalWrite(42,LOW);   digitalWrite(43,LOW); } void onesecond(){   digitalWrite(37,HIGH);   digitalWrite(38,HIGH);   digitalWrite(39,HIGH);   digitalWrite(40,HIGH);   digitalWrite(41,LOW);   digitalWrite(42,LOW);   digitalWrite(43,HIGH); } void twosecond(){   digitalWrite(37,HIGH);//F   digitalWrite(38,LOW);//G   digitalWrite(39,LOW);//E   digitalWrite(40,LOW);//D   digitalWrite(41,HIGH);//C   digitalWrite(42,LOW);//B   digitalWrite(43,LOW);//A } void threesecond(){   digitalWrite(37,HIGH);//F   digitalWrite(38,LOW);//G   digitalWrite(39,HIGH);//E   digitalWrite(40,LOW);//D   digitalWrite(41,LOW);//C   digitalWrite(42,LOW);//B   digitalWrite(43,LOW);//A } void foursecond(){   digitalWrite(37,LOW);//F   digitalWrite(38,LOW);//G   digitalWrite(39,HIGH);//E   digitalWrite(40,HIGH);//D   digitalWrite(41,LOW);//C   digitalWrite(42,LOW);//B   digitalWrite(43,HIGH);//A } void fivesecond(){   digitalWrite(37,LOW);//F   digitalWrite(38,LOW);//G   digitalWrite(39,HIGH);//E   digitalWrite(40,LOW);//D   digitalWrite(41,LOW);//C   digitalWrite(42,HIGH);//B   digitalWrite(43,LOW);//A } void sixsecond(){   digitalWrite(37,LOW);//F   digitalWrite(38,LOW);//G   digitalWrite(39,LOW);//E   digitalWrite(40,LOW);//D   digitalWrite(41,LOW);//C   digitalWrite(42,HIGH);//B   digitalWrite(43,LOW);//A } void sevensecond(){   digitalWrite(37,HIGH);//F   digitalWrite(38,HIGH);//G   digitalWrite(39,HIGH);//E   digitalWrite(40,HIGH);//D   digitalWrite(41,LOW);//C   digitalWrite(42,LOW);//B   digitalWrite(43,LOW);//A } void eightsecond(){   digitalWrite(37,LOW);//F   digitalWrite(38,LOW);//G   digitalWrite(39,LOW);//E   digitalWrite(40,LOW);//D   digitalWrite(41,LOW);//C   digitalWrite(42,LOW);//B   digitalWrite(43,LOW);//A } void ninesecond(){   digitalWrite(37,LOW);//F   digitalWrite(38,LOW);//G   digitalWrite(39,HIGH);//E   digitalWrite(40,HIGH);//D   digitalWrite(41,LOW);//C   digitalWrite(42,LOW);//B   digitalWrite(43,LOW);//A } long distanceOverTime(long first,long second){  return ((first-second)/.1)*.0223693629;//taking cm/s to mph } long holder;//store the cm from last time through loop. long temp;//used to store the speed value after changes int counter; void loop() {   // establish variables for duration of the ping,   // and the distance result in inches and centimeters:   long duration, inches, cm;   int tens;   int ones;   long Speed;   // The sensor is triggered by a HIGH pulse of 10 or more microseconds.   // Give a short LOW pulse beforehand to ensure a clean HIGH pulse:   pinMode(trigPin, OUTPUT);   digitalWrite(trigPin, LOW);   delayMicroseconds(2);   digitalWrite(trigPin, HIGH);   delayMicroseconds(10);   digitalWrite(trigPin, LOW);     // Read the signal from the sensor: a HIGH pulse whose   // duration is the time (in microseconds) from the sending   // of the ping to the reception of its echo off of an object.   pinMode(echoPin, INPUT);   duration = pulseIn(echoPin, HIGH);     // convert the time into a distance   inches = microsecondsToInches(duration);   cm = microsecondsToCentimeters(duration);   Speed=distanceOverTime(holder,cm);   holder=cm;//after speed caclulation so take the cm value for another calculation   Speed=abs(Speed);   if(Speed!=0 || counter==10){     temp=Speed;     counter=0;   }else{     counter++;   }   if(temp>=100){    zerofirst();    zerosecond();   }else{     ones=temp%10;     tens=temp/10;   }   if(ones == 0){     zerofirst();   }else if(ones==1){     onefirst();   }else if(ones==2){     twofirst();   }else if(ones==3){     threefirst();   }else if(ones==4){     fourfirst();   }else if(ones==5){     fivefirst();   }else if(ones==6){     sixfirst();   }else if(ones==7){     sevenfirst();   }else if(ones==8){     eightfirst();   }else if(ones==9){     ninefirst();   }   if(tens == 0){     zerosecond();   }else if(tens==1){     onesecond();   }else if(tens==2){     twosecond();   }else if(tens==3){     threesecond();   }else if(tens==4){     foursecond();   }else if(tens==5){     fivesecond();   }else if(tens==6){     sixsecond();   }else if(tens==7){     sevensecond();   }else if(tens==8){     eightsecond();   }else if(tens==9){     ninesecond();   }       Serial.print(inches);   Serial.print(" in, ");   Serial.print(cm);   Serial.print(" cm, ");   Serial.print(Speed);   Serial.print(" mph");   Serial.println();     delay(100); }   long microsecondsToInches(long microseconds) {   // According to Parallax's datasheet for the PING))), there are   // 73.746 microseconds per inch (i.e. sound travels at 1130 feet per   // second).  This gives the distance travelled by the ping, outbound   // and return, so we divide by 2 to get the distance of the obstacle.   // See: http://www.parallax.com/dl/docs/prod/acc/28015-PING-v1.3.pdf   return microseconds / 74 / 2; }   long microsecondsToCentimeters(long microseconds) {   // The speed of sound is 340 m/s or 29 microseconds per centimeter.   // The ping travels out and back, so to find the distance of the   // object we take half of the distance travelled.   return microseconds / 29 / 2; } again, all your help and thought are appricated

Topic by herb1977   |  last reply


7.1 DIY audio switch, please help

Dear Instructables community,I stumbled on to this site while looking for a DIY solution to a problem where no commercial alternative seems available. The problem? I need a dual input/output switch for my 7.1 audio system.What I found on this site was: https://www.instructables.com/id/35mm_51_Surround_Sound_Switch_Splitter_Box/I'm "OK" with a soldering iron, but I've never really built anything before, and I'm not familiar with some of the terminology. Really, the only things I have done in the past have been soldering plugs on the ends of wires and re-soldering loose connections. Even so, I'd like to build something similar but for 7.1 with dual inputs and outputs.I'm hoping you can help me make the right choices building this.My original plan was going to be just like the 5.1 version with a few most switches, but instead of the input 3.5mm jack as the source for the switch, I would just connect another switch and then connect it to two 3.5mm jacks.(See attached image)Will this work without taking a hit in audio quality?Is there an easier or more efficient way of doing this?Here's the hardware I selected initially:Switches: http://www.jameco.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&storeId;=10001&catalogId;=10001&productId;=76260&3.5mm jacks: http://www.allelectronics.com/make-a-store/item/SMJ/3.5MM-STEREO-PHONE-JACK-W/N.O.-SWITCH/1.htmlI don't understand most of the terminology on these parts, but they look like they should work.Please let me know what you think, I'm open to advice.Thanks!

Topic by Oriknama 


How to make a 7 segment clock? Answered

Hi! i have 6 X 7 segment displays ( i think common annode) hanging around and i was wondering if i could make an clock with hours minutes seconds and an LED or 2 LED's that blinks every second, without an arduino. i do have an arduino for programming but i rather use other parts so that i can use my arduino for other projects. who can help me? Thanks!

Question by ingkiller   |  last reply


i have windows 7 on a laptop and xp on another, how do i us the 7 one as a router?

I have a laptop with xp, that doesn't have a wifi card in it, i am trying to connect it to my home wifi using the windows 7 laptop which has wifi. how can i do this?

Question by The nerdling 


Windows 7 Runnning on a Windows 2000 PC(800MHz)

Well, Just for fun, Since i had most of my HDD Cleared out. I shrunk my 40GB partition to leave about 13GB of un partitioned space There i installed Windows 7 On it. I managed to install 7 without the need for burning a single CD I mounted the .ISO downloaded from microsoft and the setup started from there, within windows XP I chose my second partition and it installed happily I am Pretty Surprised how well Windows 7 Ran. Its not super-speedy, but its pretty good, I got the Video Drivers installed, The Wireless drivers installed And i am yet to install the sound card, Its Called"ESS allegro Something" I can't find the driver anywhere, but if someone is kind enough to find it, please post it. Here are some screenshots of success. Its full Specs are: 800MHZ Intel Celery(No not celery, Celeron :P ) Processor 512 Of SDRAM 40GB HDD Netgear Something wireless card Intel Integrated something Video Card(its not really a card though XD) ess allegro pci audio(wdm) Sound Card(its not really a card either XD) Thanks And Post some comments or something, tell me what you think ;) ~ReCreate

Topic by ReCreate   |  last reply


Why is my Windows 7 64-Bit stuck on the welcome screen for 20 minutes then signs me in to a temporary account?? Answered

I have looked everywhere for solutions.  Could it possibly have to do with the fact that I just installed Drop Box on it?  Thanks in advance for your answers.

Question by drmjj55   |  last reply



Clippy?

Is Clippy on windows 7?

Question by Warlrosity   |  last reply


What is this connector called? Answered

I want to connect over to this socket however I cannot find available connector as I don't know the name of it. Searching on google for "double row 7 pin connector" doesn't yield results!

Question by NemanjaZ   |  last reply


Can I make my win7 icons transparent?? Answered

I have Windows 7, and I have a very dark wallpaper that is full of details. Is there any way I can make the shortcuts on the desktop transparent, or maybe get a program to hide them?

Question by Pixel_Master   |  last reply


Is This supposed to show Up Like this?(VIDEO INCLUDED)?

I have Installed Windows 7,In the Personalize Area When i Click Windows Color It opens The Old Windows Color And Appearance Dialog(See PIC 1)When It should Open something different(See PIc 2) Just Look at The Pictures and the Video Also,I Tried The Registry Entries To Force Aero To work,But it does not,I already tried a restart. Does Anyone Here Have Experience in this Field?

Question by ReCreate   |  last reply


Running a computer 24/7? Answered

Hi. I'm trying to set up a server for a game me and my friends like to play on. Oddly enough, getting the server to work isn't the problem. The server works great. However, I'd like the computer to run the server 24/7 (or until I tell it to stop) I've gone into the power saving properties and changed it so the computer never hibernates/goes on standby/shuts down. I've also made it so that the computer never shuts down the display, or the hard disks. However, when I leave it overnight, I wake up to find that it has gone to it's screensaver, and when I wake it up, I find myself back at the login screen. (Despite checking a box telling it NOT to do that.) Also, when I do log in again, the program running the server has been shut down.  Is there something I'm missing here? How can you make a computer stay wide awake 24/7? I'm running windows XP by the way.

Question by tylervitale   |  last reply


usb to rs232 for win 7?

Does anyone know wer i can buy one? i'm in the phillipines..

Question by No-Shi-De   |  last reply


7 segment display nsn64r

Hi!Is there anyone having data on nsn64r pinout ? I found a few of them but no pinout instructions.Thanks

Question by gonzo_one   |  last reply


Windows 7, is it really that bad???

DVDRW is not recognized, Samsung laser printer does not work, USB is slower than 1.0, movies cannot be played properly... Many conflicts, programs often don't work etc... It seems almost as bad as Vista. W7 32b ultimate, AMD dual core, 2 Gb, etc. Is this normal???

Question by BobS   |  last reply



Has Anyone Here Installed Windows 7 Yet?

Has Anyone Here installed Windows 7 On their PC Yet? I Have,and if you Have,Post a screenshot,and Tell Us what you think about it(No,I am not a microsoft employee :P). Here is My Screenshot And My Specs: 1.6GHz Intel Centrino Processor 768Mb of RAM(Note that this is within an EMUlator,Virtual Box,I gave 7 400 MB of RAM) Post your Specs Too! Also,It runs Pretty Well On my Laptop Through Virtual Box,It Runs OK On virtual Pc,But it gets Slow And VPC additions Cause it to Blue screen.

Topic by ReCreate   |  last reply


Making Internal HDD Windows 7 Bootable

I found a guide on this website (link to follow) detailing how I can make my Internal HDD bootable for windows 7. I ran into an issue in step 2 with the command prompts. https://www.instructables.com/id/Install-Windows-7-without-USB-or-DVD-without-upgra/ I made a partition of my main drive of 500GBs. The new partition was set to drive J at 25GBs. I Began step 2, In CMD I ran the following prompts: diskpart, list disk (there was only one available), Select disk X, List partition. That is where i ran into the issue. What came up was on the CMD window Partition ### ////Type///// Size /////Offset Partition 3 Dynamic Data 992 KB 31 KB Partition 1 Dynamic Data 199 MB 1024KB Partition 2 Dynamic Data 422GB 200 MB Partition 4 Dynamic Data 42 GB 422 GB My question is which of the above partitions do i select to continue making my HDD bootable. Thank you for your help

Topic by XxPLaGuEzZxX 


How do I make the eraser larger on WINDOWS 7 MS paint? Answered

Hi! Another technical problem. I've been getting into paint to try doing some manga on it and I've run into a problem. I can't make the eraser larger. I've worked with the previous paints but none of those hotkeys work. I looked it up on the internet and it said to use fn+ctrl+? but it didn't make any difference. Remember this is windows 7! Any help?

Question by Tornado96   |  last reply


Transfer my Licensed Google Sketch Up Pro from my Pc Desktop to my Pc laptop ?

 Can it be done? It would go from XP to 7.

Question by Chromatica   |  last reply


Help with Arduino programming for LED display

What I want to do is keep score with my coin soccer game. I will have 2 metal contacts in the goals that when a coin goes through it will break contact and send a signal to the Arduino having the contacts allways HIGH and then when its LOW, it changes an 7 segment LED. I am very new to programming and the C language. I think I can write the whole IF and ELSE statements but I don't know how to make the LED display change. I need the LED display to change after getting the signal from my Arduino by going up one number. It is a single 7 segment display. Can someone help me with the code for that? Thanks in advance.

Topic by Wally_Z   |  last reply


How good are intel Celeron processors?

My computer has that but I'm not sure if I should upgrade it. If so to what? I usually multitask on this computer but not gaming much.

Question by Mecha_collider   |  last reply


Cheap LCD monitor 7 inches or smaller?

I'm looking for an LCD monitor for cheap that is 7 inches or smaller. I want to use it for making a DVD player. I would prefer it had AV input. I would like to be able to take it out of casing easily as well.

Question by metalshiflet   |  last reply


How to set up a 7 segment display on an Arduino ?

 How would i set it up for this display? on the left side each pin is labeled from top to bottom D0 D1 D2 D3 and Digit on right side Top to bottom +9v+5v and GND (1st Pic)  The send Pic is just the bottom of the display. PLZ HELP Thanks!

Question by Dylan552   |  last reply


how do i get a good lcd 7 inch screen?

Hi! ive been looking all around the internet and i cant find anything!!! i need a good lcd 7 inch screen for my xbox laptop but i cant find one links are well appreciated!!

Question by 19samman98   |  last reply


Multi-Boots

So, i tri booted my computer with Xp, Vista, and Windows 7, with Vista installed first. Anyone else do this? Please comment with your accomplishments.

Topic by tanmanknex   |  last reply


Blue snowball mic and windows 7?

Alright, so today I received my new new Blue Snowball only to find it is incompatible with windows 7, or at least that's what I thought. After searching through the web for a fair few hours I found that many people had got their mic working with windows 7 yet there was no driver or firmware update available to download. I managed to find a firmware update although this stopped part way through demanding administrator rights which I gave it but it still wouldn't work :L I'm using the new macbook pro with retina display if that helps with motherboard compatibility. If anybody has a blue snowball I would really appreciate a download link to the driver you are using Thanks in advance Will

Question by freerunnin1   |  last reply


Rooted Nexus 7 maxing out cpu

I've had my Nexus 7 rooted for several days now, mainly for the use of multitouch gestures that I so loved on the ipad, and in that time my battery life has been terrible! I have found that there is only a few more processes running on the device (gmd gesture control and SuperSU) which are of course supposed to be there, but they seem to be maxing out my CPU  Every app I have used to monitor CPU usage (rooted or no) have all said my CPU is at 100% all of the time. After a lot of googling around I have still yet to find anyone saying anything about being rooted maxing out anyones CPU. My question is, Is there any way I can stop root access from eating my cores and my battery?

Question by Laserman595   |  last reply


What is a good schematic for a multimeter with an attiny85v and some 7 segment leds?

I want to make a multimeter out of an attiny85v, and some 7segment leds for a 12volt power supply that I made, I would like it to measure from 0.0V to 12.0 volts, with an accuracy of .1 volts. Anyone know any good circuits? EDIT: This is what I am looking for, except the author has not included any code http://fedetft.wordpress.com/2010/10/02/digital-voltmeter-for-power-supply/

Question by Michael_Bell   |  last reply