Yes, it could be. When you write data on flash cards and cut off the current, you may get corrupted data or even the card could become unusable. Depending on how hard is damaged the card and on the type of the card, some of the data might be recovered with a appropiate software. Regards, fern
No, a starter cannot cause a battery to fail to charge. It could cause the battery to discharge quickly.
The battery could have been damaged, wet, or short-circuted.
The computer controls the alternator. If the charging system is malfunctioning, that could be the cause of the weak battery.The computer controls the alternator. If the charging system is malfunctioning, that could be the cause of the weak battery.
You could if the battery was not sealed but what would be the reason for doing this? Electrolyte does not wear out.
It could be that your computer needs a new battery. There could be a problem with the fan that cools your computer. If the computer overheats, it will turn off. There could also be some malicious program that is causing your computer to shut down.
It could be broken, or the battery may be dead.
Best to unplug it and then disconnect it from the battery. Reason being is that if you disconnect it from the battery first you will create a spark. That spark could ignite any fumes from the battery.
If the battery is out of the car for more than 6 hours the computer will get rest. If you are removing the old battery and replacing it with a new one immediately you should not have any problems. You also could buy an adapter that plugs into your cigarette lighter which uses a 9V battery to maintain the power to the computer while the main battery is removed. You could buy these adapters at your local auto stores.
imobilizer issue?? new battery no good...could be any reason really...
One reason could be - It needs a new battery.
It's possible. Disconnect the negative terminal on the battery, then disconnect the ECU.
A computer cannot output electricity. The only that could happen is if a person were to wire it to do so.
Sounds like you have a virus in your start up or registry, but in case this is a portable computer, the battery could be flat.
There is no reason you cannot load an operating system on a flash drive. However, getting the computer to recognize the flash drive and boot from it could be an issue.
The computer could have become confused. disconnect the battery from the vehicle. Leave it unhooked for several hours. Reconnect the battery. This should reset the computer, and hopefully solve the problem.
Airbag, no, horn, it is possible.
No, your carrier cannot remotely turn your cell phone on or off. Even if they could, they would not be able to do so if the battery is dead - only charging or changing the battery will help with that.
Only the computer can tell what made your check engine light come on. It could be your battery. If your battery is bad, replace it and see if that solves the problem. If it does not, then you will have to connect your car to the computer and find out why the check engine light came on.
yes teacher is better than computer beacuse they could explain the work for you butter the computer cannot.
If a car doesn't start and it has a clicking noise, it could be the battery. Another reason it could be is the starter is out.
I know that a BIOS password can be removed by opening the computer, taking out the CMOS battery and then turn the computer on. Turn the computer back off and put the battery back in. The BIOS password should be gone and you could do that in less than a minute if you were really good at it.
find a new one at the earliest opportunity and stop using the one where you found the battery acid on the contacts, it is very likely that the battery got wet and leaked, it could ruin the computer if left unchecked
There is no reason to suppose an unsinkable ship cannot be made. It may be uneconomical but one could be made.
A computer cannot explode. It could only explode if there was a bomb inside of it.
One can go to purchase a computer battery in electronics stores such as Best Buy and Radio Shack. Also, laptop batteries can be found in Office Depot, Staples and Office Max.