If my skills or experience can be of help to any of you please let me know.
I'm an RN by profession (mostly ER and ICU), however I'm also a general contractor. I owned and operated a real estate development company before the market crashed.
I also do some work as an Intellectual Property and Privacy Protection consultant. My tech skills are pretty solid and very diverse.
My most fine tuned skills however come from simply being a hobbyist and a DIY-er. I'm going to make a list of skills, and past projects to make it simple.
These lists are currently incomplete.
Skills in no particular order or category:
- Carpentry. Primarily fine carpentry, as in furniture grade woodworking. Though I can do it, I am no framer. My experience is more in the area of things you'll see in my projects list like
- Built in entertainment center with built in storage benches sporting 48" piano hinges. Wooden window valences with luck lights wired to dimmer switch.
- crown moulding on entertainment center and valences.
- Built in banquet with decorative trim and storage.
- Custom sofa table with whiteboard paneling in the door panels.
- toy storage bench.
- more of the same.
- Electrical writing. My skill level isn't super high on this one, but the above mentioned projects required quite a bit of writing for:
- writing outlets into the back of built in entertainment center.
- wiring puck lights to dimmer switch... figuring out how to wire a dimmer.
- wiring outlets onto the front of built in banquet from the outlets it covered up.
- more of the same.
Just getting started with these lists... waste of time to do this on a phone.
Respuesta a "New SSD not recognised"Or you could possibly try putting the old drive back in. Boot into Windows. Download Macrium Reflect. Put SSD in an external enclosure and with Macrium you can clone an exact replica of your old HDD, OS etc. To the SSD MBR included. If the SATA connection is still good (because your old drive works) then either that SSD well boot right up as long as your BIOS isn't set to RAID or something, or the SSD is dead, incompatible for some odd reason, or... okay those are all my ideas. Your not on UEFI BIOS and going from Win 7 to Win 8 or something like that are you? That whole EFI, not EFI thing can be a nightmare especially when running Win 7 and an EFI capable Linux Distro on the same machine. The EFI BIOS on my ASUS mobo in my power machine - good, fine. The EFI on a little fanless media PC I built HOLLY NIGHTMARE just to get Windows boot drive run. Speaking of which you are installing Windows from a USB stick and not a DVD right?
Respuesta a "Do not wish to put in pin to open phone"What kind of phone is it?
Respuesta a "Portafilter Handle Grip Is Coming Loose"Can you show a more detailed picture of that round metal knob, and a picture of the bare handle the cover goes onto and the knob goes into? You may be able to wrap the bare metal handle with something that will stick to it but preferably without adhesive that will leave a residue if it doesn't work. I'm thinking something like Teflon comma though then you would have to put something on it so the handle doesn't just slide right off. But something to thicken the piece that the black rubber grip slides onto so it's tight when it goes on. Then you might be able to use something like J-B weld on that round metal knob and well that into the metal handle which should then hold the rubber grip on. Basically if you can get that round metal knob to stay in place it should hold the other one in place. Then even if you wrapped the bare metal with Teflon to thicken it up, the rubber grip would rotate but it wouldn't slide off and it wouldn't be loose. That's how I would go about troubleshooting that. But I'm just...
Respuesta a "Why is phone coming up with the swipe to power off not charging"^^ Those are all very good suggestions. Could very likely be the button itself. Might try a toothbrush does in rubbing alcohol for that. Go into settings and see if there is an iOS update available. iPhones are becoming increasingly more glitchy these days. Updates typically show up with a badge notification, but not always. Also try a "simple" or "soft" reset. It's a surprisingly little known technique one had to know back in the iPod days that will reset your device without erasing everything. Hold down the Home-App Switcher-Siri-Accessibility ·BUTTON· + Power ·BUTTON· at the same time and hold them down for 10-15 seconds. This works when an iPhone/freezes and the power button alone won't work. Good luck. If that doesn't work try Apple customer support. Despite being more than sick of Apple, I must admit they have excellent customer support.