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Réponse à : « Why cant it connect to another computer? »Do you have the current iTunes? Have you tried to do either a "soft reset" or a "hard reset"? These will usually fix the connection issue. "Soft Reset" = Hold the power button and the home button down at the same time for about 10-15 seconds until you see the apple logo. "Hard Reset" = Go to: Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings The hard reset will erase everything on the phone including all settings and data. Please be aware of this before trying, but it is also the most effective way to get the phone to connect to iTunes. I hope this information helps you.
Réponse à : « Boot normaly, after the apple, I get a white screen. »It sounds like something isn't plugged in all of the way. When you put it back together, a cable could have came unplugged which would cause this issue. It also explains why the screen works fine when plugged in to an external monitor.
Réponse à : « My car wont start. »This usually means the battery is dead. Have you tried jump starting it?
Réponse à : « Why my computer is charging but it wont come on »The light indicator is green when the battery is fully charged. The light indicator is orange if it is charging. You can also unplug the battery and just leave the charger plugged in and the computer should turn on. If you try this and the computer still won't turn on, then there is another issue that is keeping it from powering up that would need to be addressed with many more questions.
Réponse à : « Why is the drive not detected? »It sounds like it may be a hard drive that has gone bad. I would try plugging it back in to the computer and right clicking on Computer (My Computer on WinXP) and selecting Manage. Then click on Disk Management. This should show you if the drive is truly readable. If it does show up here, then it could be that a sector went bad that is preventing it from showing up. This can be fixed with a format. If it still is not showing up here, then I would say that the drive has failed. In either case, if the drive has information that you truly need, then I would suggest taking it to a hard drive recovery place. This service is very expensive though, so only do this if the information is extremely important.
Réponse à : « What do about rice stuck in SIM card slot? »It is not recommended that they stay in the phone. Even if the phone would work now, the rice could cause something to fault in the future. The best thing to do would be to take the phone to someone who knows what they are doing and allow them to take the phone completely apart in order to remove them completely and then you will have peace of mind that it is all working properly. That would be my recommendation.
Réponse à : « Home botton can rotate 360 degrees »It sounds like the rubber gasket in the home was removed when he fixed the cracked screen. If this is the case, you can purchase a new home button here and it's fairly in-expensive. It's also easy to put back in the phone. I hope this helps.
Réponse à : « Will charge on computer but will not connect to itunes »Have you tried to do a soft reset or a hard reset? To do a soft reset, all you need to do is hold the power button and the home button at the same time and hold them down for about 10 seconds until you see the apple logo. This has fixed this issue a few times in the past. If this doesn't work, I would recommend doing a hard reset. To do this, you have to go into: Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings This will reset all of the settings in the phone and should allow you to see it in iTunes. This will also delete all data from the phone. So just be aware of that as well. I hope this helps.
Réponse à : « bottom half of touch screen not working after replacement »It sounds like either a faulty digitizer or maybe something might have gotten unplugged when you put it back together. I would try to pull it back apart and make sure that everything is connected properly and if you still have an issue, then I would say that it is a faulty digitizer.
Réponse à : « Why wont my laptop load the main screen »I agree with oldturkey03. It also sounds like it could be the "Blue Screen of Death" or BSOD that many laptops get when there is something wrong. If this is the case, you would not be able to boot in to Safe Mode. Every BSOD gives an error message number which then has to be looked up to determine the exact issue. If you happen to know what the error message is, One of us could let you know more specifically what is wrong with your computer. It could be the hard drive failed or even that the Windows OS just got corrupted.
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