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We are back again with another video and this time we have a problem that needs fixing that a lot of people have problems with which is fixing your computer …
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Working Prototype C1 Electric Vehicle by Lit Motors
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In addition to the frame, body and battery recharging system there’s an intricate nervous system spread throughout the vehicle that collects data and returns instructions processed by two Intel Core i7 desktop computer chips. This is what turns the motorcycle into a robot.
"There are servos, gyro and traction motors, inertia and infra red sensors, temperature and heat sensors, really a myriad of sensors that all feed data to be processed," said Danny Kim, founder, president and CTO of Lit Motors. "Through that process, a command goes to the gryos to tilt and lean the vehicle to keep it balanced or to lean into a turn — it’s all heavily based on the computer processing system."
Thinkpad T500 Unboxing
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The computer shown here is a T61 14" — and it’s the same battery as my new T500. Nice!
www.exforexbroker.com In this video i explain three possible solutions to a blank, black, not working laptop display which you can do yourself before bringing it to a professional. 1) Drain “ALL” excess charge from the laptop (you would be surprised how many laptops display will fire up from this simple step). Then fire the laptop back up. 2) you may have a corrupted RAM chip (or your RAM/memory slot could be dirty or corrupted) Change the RAM and/or change RAM slots. I even solved display issues on a PC with this step. If you don’t have a spare RAM chip, order one, its cheap now days. Just make sure you buy the correct one. Below are common RAM chips for cheap. 4GB– www.amazon.com 2GB– www.amazon.com 1GB– www.amazon.com 3) Sync an external monitor to replace the display from the laptop. Hook up the laptop to an external monitor then press a toggle key (ex. FN+F5, or F4, or F10 depending on your laptop. You can do this with a blank laptop display. If these steps dont resolve your issue then it could be the back light display, video card, mother board, loose connections or many other possible causes. Post a comment if you need help or which one of the 3 steps resolved your issue. PS. if your PCs display does not come on, try to reset the cmos/bios. I just assisted a youtuber with his issue and he simply reset the jumpers on his PC and everything is back up and running now. And please SUBSCRIBE: www.youtube.com
Working outside (????)
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HyperMac battery doing its job.