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Hello, Timothy -

You will need to contact the agency in the state where you reside and find out what you need to do to pay for and obtain and EZ Pass device.

I have no idea where you reside or what states you travel through most often.

This is the link to the EZ Pass website for all 17 states in the USA which use EZ Pass:
http://www.e-zpassiag.com/

Choose the Get E-Z Pass link on that page and go from there.

Best wishes.

Electronics -... | Answered on Feb 27, 2018


What wont? It would help immensely if we knew what the make and model is.

Electronics -... | Answered on Feb 14, 2018


Depends what software you require.

Electronics -... | Answered on Feb 13, 2018


You need a pure sine wave inverter to run it

Electronics -... | Answered on Feb 05, 2018


If you suspect the computer is draining the battery, unplug it. Test to see if the ½ amp draw disappears. If it does, there's your problem. CHECK all of the ground connections in that area and beyond, just one poor connection may be damaging the electronics.
A draw like that is only a few watts, it could be as simple as a compartment light, like a glove box type of space. On cars, an underhood or trunk light is commonly the fault. Check things like that first!

Electronics -... | Answered on Feb 05, 2018


I assume your not using a pure sine wave inverter. A lot of electronic devices won't work on a lower cost inverter (modified sine wave) that has a square sine wave, either invest in a true sine wave inverter or don't run sensitive electronic equipment, I'm somewhat surprised you didn't damage the circuit board in the microwave...Below is a link of a inverter that would work if you want to spend the money for one.
2500W 5000 Watt Power Inverter Pure Sine Wave 12V dc 110V 120V ac LCD...

Electronics -... | Answered on Feb 05, 2018


Your friend likely pulled the device while it was updating the index without "ejecting" it. We all do it, but it can lead to this often fatal problem. Right clicking on the drive, you'll see an option: "EJECT". This doesn't physically send the drive sailing across the room, it simply should be called:
"Shut Down External Media For Safe Removal".
When not done, this can cause the index to fail, and as a result, when re-inserted it basically shows as a drive with no information. No index, no way to tell what's on it, how much space is available, etc. It will usually recognize that the drive is connected, but won't respond.
To the computer, it a 'Schrodinger's Cat'.
It's both full and empty simultaneously.
Sometimes if you plug it back into the computer that it was in when the failure first occurred, THEN powering the computer on, it MIGHT still have a copy of the index file and MIGHT reload it. Otherwise, there are programs that can recover the data without indexing, but it's a chore to reconstruct the files. Data reconstruction and recovery services can work, but are really expensive. What's the data worth to you is what you need to ask yourself. EJECT your media!! This happens all too often!
(If the item that the media is plugged in to doesn't have an eject feature (such as a music player), shut down the item before removing the media)

Electronics -... | Answered on Feb 04, 2018


This is actually a very generic Microsoft error - it's kind of a catch-all that says "Something's wrong, we're not sure what." It's not particular to the program you're mentioning. Microsoft recommends that your first attempt to solve it is to perform what they call a "Clean boot" - to eliminate conflicts caused by other programs. This is non-destructive and won't hurt your PC at all. In case you're not familiar with it, I've provided a link below that tells how to do it in Windows 7, 8, and 10. If that doesn't help or changes the message in any way, please post back and we'll go from there to see if we can help. It's at https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/929135/how-to-perform-a-clean-boot-in-windows but I note our link-adding function here can't seem to verify the page's existence. If that's the case, go to Google and search the phrase "How to perform a clean boot in Windows" and it will come up along with several other pages (and even a YouTube video) on how to do it.

Electronics -... | Answered on Jan 27, 2018

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