You can't run a 6V 75A (450W) light off a 12V 2.5A (30W) battery for any significant length of time. That battery is grossly undersized. I think that's supposed to be "0.75A" instead of "75A." I found a 75-watt light bulb on the internet, but 75 amps? You could weld with that much power. And I like the answer right below this one best: just wire two of these bulbs in series. The answer is simple by using the formular called OHM's LAW (V=IxR) The 6V,3/4 amp bulb has (approx) 8 ohms resistance which 'drops' the 6 volts across it. At the same current (thru the SERIES circuit) you need anothe 8 ohm resistance. Unfortunately, the bulb dissipates 4.5 WATTS of power, the same as your 'extra' resistor will have to handle. (Rather WARM!) The easiest trick to do would be to put two 6v bulbs together in series, this will put your 'extra' resistor (the second bulb's filament) inside of a protected glass shell. The second bulb will not waste any more power than the resistor, and will give you twice the light.
It it will not run at all, Insert your Win98 CD, and go to a DOS prompt. Run c:\windows\system32\sfc.exe to verify your system files. SFC is "system file checker". If defrag stop and restarts, reboot and hit F8 to enter safe mode. Run defrag from safe mode.
Remove the inner door panel and lubricate all moving parts - with grease or graphite lubricant, if this does not help, the window frame in the door may be bent slightly.
== == No. Expecting such a thing is dangerous. Expect the unexpected, and drive defensively. Assume the driver in front is going to slam on the brakes without warning, and drive accordingly. The average car takes from 130-150 feet to stop at a speed of 60 mph in good conditions on dry pavement. Double that on a wet road, and triple it on snow. Tailgating is one of the most irresponsible things a driver can do, and that is why the driver in the rear is almost always legally at fault in a rear-ender.
Use the 3-second rule to never be too close, and have time to stop when that driver does something unexpected (which they will). Pick out an object in front of the car you are following. When that car passes the object, start counting, 1 one thousand, 2 one thousand, 3 one thousand. If you get to the object you picked out before reaching 3 one thousand, you are following too closely.
Use the 6-second rule on a wet road and 9 seconds on snow. Practice this and eventually it will become second nature. In the beginning you will think that you are way too far behind the car in front, but you are not. Most people drive too closely, that is why there are more rear-end accidents than any other. Driving in this manner will prevent you from hitting anyone in the rear no matter what they do. All it takes is 3 seconds to drive defensively. Most "good drivers," at least as defined by many Driver's Education programs, should be expected to do this except in case of emergency (e.g. a sudden engine failure or incident in front of them). Reality, though, says otherwise. The previous section describes reality all too well.
ive had the same problem i took the relay apart then put it back to get there and it worked fine or you might want to replace it if that dosent work. Had same problem. Turned out cover safety switch was bad. Switch is operated by first bolt forward of the pin on driver's side rear. Replaced and everything is now fine.
Had the same problem, there is also another safety switch that is located on your rear windshield wiper. If the wiper is not all of the way up in its home seated position then the rear window will not go down. If you move the windshield wiper up past the plastic holder and try to move the window down from the key hole in the gate it should work. you will just have to adjust the switch so that the wiper depresses the switch when it is home. Also your console switch might have a bunch of corrosion inside of it not allowing the contacts to touch. you can either replace the switch or clean it out.
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Answer: Enable Run: First Method: Using Windows Explorer, navigate to c:\windows\system32 and search for this file gpedit.msc and open it. Once in the Group Policy Editor goto User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Start Menu and Taskbar then Double click on Remove Run menu from Start Menu. And set it to Not Configured. Second Method: Click Start -> Run. Type in regedit and hit Enter. Go to: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer and HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer Make Sure that the entry in both paths for NoRun and DisallowRun is set to 0.
On a Windows 98 system, there is very likely to only be one partition on the disk. The difference between formatting the disk and deleting the partition would thus be a matter of semantics. Either way, all the data on the hard drive would be gone.
There are a number of programs you can buy to facilitate this. Both a partition and a CD are possible, but the partition is a bit riskier. I have not done this in several years, but I ran into problems with what to do when I decided I did not want the partition anymore. Anyway, try looking at buying a program. The CD method is sometimes called imaging the harddrive or ghosting it.
I had this problem consistently occur with my PC and this operating system. As I remember it appeared to occur after I installed a new modem (or some other hardware). I found that even though I had to turn the PC off at the switch it did not appear to be causeing any other issue eg corrupting the harddrive (which would be evidenced by a scandisk occurring at next boot up).
If in your case it is causing no problems other than being annoying I wouldn't worry about it. Did you always have this problem or did it coincide with the installation of some hardware and\or software.
You could spend a lot of time trying to solve the issue and still not fix it. It is nice to have your PC working perfectly but sometimes you just have to live with these things. There may just not be a fix.
Keep in mind that Microsoft no longer supports this operating system, and hence a lot of application and hardware providers won't be bothering with this OS either so you wouldn't now what affect installing new applications will have on this old OS.
Another solution is to upgrade :)AnswerThere is full information on Win98SE shutdown problems at http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/q238096/ It cured my problems AnswerYou may solve this problem by accessing in Control Panel > PM
Adjust the settings
Or go to your Boards Bios > APM or Power settingsAnswerYes, someone already answered the question, if you go to Microsoft you can download a patch, the reason this happens is because the sound card which controls the shutdown, becomes corrupt or damaged, 4756us8 is the file, or Q239887 is the actual file, but after the download it is 4756us8 on the desktop, even with this file, the shutdown can become corrupt, and may have to be installed several times during the year depending on your software environment. Answergo to control pannel System Devices open system remove Advanced power management or APM Witchever restart it will reinstall it "usually fixes the problem the VXD can get corrupt from power loss if someone just unpluged your computer ETC it will do that"Bonkerz T Bobcat Rebuild & Programed Computers for 5 years now Still not the GURU yet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Answerthere are many FREE softwares availiable on the net to do this job.if other things whiich you might try doesnt fix your problem then you should download one of these softwares.an example of softwares like this is REBOOTER which forcefully shuts down the computer.i used this software and it totally solved my proclem.
It is the vessel that the fleet commander (usually a Flag officer or Admiral) uses while commanding. It is his office at sea and the location where his flag is flown, therefore it is temporary site. It usually provides added space for his staff and enhanced communications equipment. In war, an admiral has the choice to fly his flag from any ship that he wants. Admiral Perry's motto was "Don't Give Up the Ship," but he won the Battle of Lake Erie by doing exactly that, and transferring his flag to another ship after his flagship was put out of action.
There is a good chance this file is either a computer virus or spyware/adware. Of these, spyware/adware is least harmful, but can slow down your PC. You can use a combination of antivirus and spyware/adware removal tools to remove it. The following are a few suggestions. Antivirus programs: McAffee Antivirus; Symantec Antivirus; AVG Antivirus (free download for home use) Spyware/Adware Removal programs: Lavasoft Adaware SE (free download); Spybot Search & Destroy (free download)
Here is a list of command prompts that will help you with Internet related items:
ipconfig -> lists your IP address and related informationipconfig /all -> lists all information related to your network or internet connectivitiyipconfig /help -> lists various ipconfig commandsipconfig /release ->releases IP addressipconfig /renew ->renews IP addressping ____ -> sends a message to a the "____" site and tells you if they are able to contact the addressAnswerdir lists files, folders in directory with details (type, size, date, etc) dir/p Pauses after each screenful of information dir/w Uses wide list format dir/o List by files in sorted order dir/on List by files in name order dir/oe List by extension dir/on/p List by files in name order & Pauses after each screen dir *.exe Lists all .exe file types dir a*.* Lists all files beginning with the letter "a" CD.. - changes to parent folderdel foldername - deletes the file "foldername"tracert xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx - traces the path to an ip addressnetstat -a - shows ip addresses of sites your PC is connected to and ports that are listeningping xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx - verifies connectivity (you can also ping a web address -www.yahoo.com
No updates will "hurt" it; but for space's sake, only apply updates to issues that you know will affect you. For example, if you play a lot of games, you will want the latest version of DirectX for Windows 98.
Updates aren't likely to seriously benefit performance. Some users have reported slight speed increases after installing the .NET framework, but this also uses a lot of hard drive space.
you don't have enough ram or memory If you take off your start-up programs, it may help. On windows XP go to the start button, run and type in msconfig. At the top of the window there are tabs choose the tab that says start-up. Uncheck everything it will not harm your computer. Click apply then ok. It will tell you to reboot your computer when it reboots a window will appear that states "You are using selective start-up" there is a box in the middle of the window that says "Do not show this messge again" click that. Open up internet explorer at the top go to tools then go down to windows updates, follow the on-screen instructions. When complete reboot your computer and do the windows updates again. Do this a few times to make sure nothing is missing. Right click on the internet explorer icon on your desktop and go to properties, click delete cookies, click delete files, click clear history, change the history to 2 days. Doing any of these steps may make your computer freeze if you have never done it before. Next to the delete files button says "settings" click it move the slider bar to the highest it will go, click apply. Also go to java.com and download the latest updates
HeyRachel==There probably is a roller in the track system broken. TAke it to a auto trim shop. GoodluckJoe
Your window security button is on. You probably hit it without knowing. Just look the button that is by the window controls and press it. That will fix your problem. Why do I know this? Because it just happened to me and I called my friend Eddie and he told me what to do! : - ) Janna
The drivers for the mouse might be incompatible with the Windows 98 operating system.
Just follow the directions that come with the hardware. Every piece of hardware I have added in the last 20 years had instructions on how to install the hardware. Be sure to read them COMPLETELy before starting to install anything.
This ASSUMES the person has the documentation. If you want a more specific answer, then the question needs to be more specific as to which hardware that one is installing.
Remove USB Memory Stick Write Protected:
How to remove a write protection from your USB memory Stick
1. Shutdown your computer or laptop
2. Insert USB Memory Stick into your laptop or Computer
3. Turn on laptop and then immediately start pressing (F8) key then Advanced Boot Options screen will come up
4. Select Safe Mode with Command Prompt
5. After loading files if your USB Memory Stick drive letter is (G) for example then write as
6. C:\windows\system32>G: and press enter
7. G:\>format G: and press enter
8. If ask you (Y/N) then press (Y) and press enter
9. Now a full format will start which remove write protection from USB Memory Stick.
Before removing USB from your computer, Always remove it safely by going into to my computer then right click on USB and click eject.
Go to a clear section on the screen. Click the right mouse button. In the dialog box select properties then settings then follow the prompts for the monitor settings.
Hibernate saves an image of your desktop with all open files and documents, and powers down your computer. When you turn on power, your files and documents are open on your desktop exactly as you left them.
Standby reduces the power consumption of your computer by cutting power to hardware components you are not using. Standby can cut power to peripheral devices, your monitor, and even your hard drive, but maintains power to your computer's memory so you don't lose your work.
Standby reduces power consumption from about 50 to 2.5 watts, while Hibernate reduces it from about 50 to 1.8 watts, since modern computers are always using some power even when "off".
Since the difference in the amount of power saved is insignificant and users are more likely to get in the habit of choosing standby because it is faster, standby may be the best choice for environmentally conscious users.
Only computers running Windows NT or later can have a computer account in a Windows Server 2008 domain; Windows 9x computers cannot. Since Windows 98 came out after Windows NT, the answer is yes. -Brandon
Instead of getting to Windows ME from Windows 98 ... Why don't u go to Windows 2000 Pro with SP4 installed later on or Windows XP Pro ...
ME is just an illusion. Many things in ME does not work properly ....
Its very easy to upgrade ... Just install New Updated OS CD and boot your machine from it instead of booting from Hard drive. Then follow the instructions that's all ...
I personally recommend backing up your important DATA from your machine and then INSTEAD of just UPGRADING from Lower Windows OS to Higher Windows OS ...
REFORMAT while INSTALLING the FRESH copy of Higher Windows OS. Its always better to install a FRESH copy instead of just upgrading. Another thing with upgrading is that Windows copes older version system files onto the hard drive and then you may end up getting new problems ....
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