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Hi guys in this video I am going to show you How To Fix Neverwinter Stuck on Loading Screen You Can see my game stuck at loading screen and now i am going to show you how to fix this. Open Neverwinter File Location Navigate to Neverwinter/Live/local data/ Gameprefs.Pref Delete the Gameprefs.Pref file Thats it, Thanks for watching
Go to ‘Setting’ then ‘Update & security’ Click on the ‘Recovery’ option In ‘Advanced startup’ section, click ‘Restart now’ It will take a few minutes (13 seconds in this video) In the startup menu, click ‘Troubleshoot’ then click ‘Advanced options’ now in advanced option, click ‘startup repair’ it’s getting done.. here we see the expected result Click on the ‘Advanced options’ Click ‘Troubleshoot’ Again click ‘Advanced options’ Click ‘System restore’ In my windows there’re no restore points so i can’t restore. But you can if your windows has some restore points. If restore couldn’t repair your PC then click ‘Troubleshoot’ Click ‘Reset this PC’ Read the what resetting will your PC does, then click ‘Reset’. If Resetting PC doesn’t work for you then, Go to ‘Advanced options’ and click ‘Startup settings’ Restart then you can enable safe mode, restart, disable safe mode then restart again. This may fix the problem.
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brought to you by 1a auto calm your source for quality replacement parts and the best service on the Internet this video we’re going to be replacing the temperature door actuator on this o to GMC Sierra this is usually the problem when you turn your temperature control knob and you don’t get any warmer or cold air you’re either just getting warm or just cold or just one temperature tools you’ll need our seven millimeter socket and a 7/32 s inch socket with an extension and a ratchet on the passenger side there are four seven millimeter bolts to remove one there one in there there’s one up in that hole right there can’t really video it and then over here closer to the gas pedal there is one right there and once you remove those bolts just reach in pull it down and all the way to the actuator is right down here it’s held in with two bolts there 7:32 s one of them is right over here the other ones on the opposite side a little more difficult to get to the stuff the wrench in there starts coming out and you can disconnect your wrench and just use the socket the excavator then come down and out and there’s a little connect right here just push and disconnect very important when replacing one of these actuators make sure that you do not power the actuator up before it’s installed so make sure your key is off and you’ll see that I actually install it before I plug it in install push it up in get it on the pin in there I’m starting this bolt over here scuse my socket okay and the final part is to put your cover back in place you want to push it up in there you push it coming against the firewall first and I’m sorry about shaking around a little bit here just trying to film with one hand and push it up in there with the other push the front of it up and in first and then make sure you have everything lined up okay and as you can see here there’s the passenger side outlet holes make sure those are all lined up and then start your end bolt here and then I’d recommend starting the one over near the driver’s side once you have those lined up than the other two middle ones go in pretty pretty easily we hope this helps you out brought to you by ww1 aho calm your source for quality replacement parts and the best service on the internet please feel free to call us toll-free 888 eight four four three three nine three where the company that’s here for you on the internet and in person
Hello Friends! What’s up? Welcome to Computer Repair. I come back with another tech video. In this video I’m going to show you How to fix mouse cursor lag problem in windows. So Let’s take a look How to solve that. At first Go to your startup menu and search here Mouse and open mouse Then go to pointer option and unchecked Enhance Pointer precision Apply this settings and press ok. That’s it. I hope That tricks also work at your pc or laptop Thank you for watching this video If you like this video, Please put a thumps up and appreciate it Just so the YouTube algorithm knows that You actually like this video And if you have any question, Full fill to post them in comment section below. Thank you..
That, was how Anthony got tasked with taking our iMac Pro to the Apple Store for repairs. Only one small problem. They refused to fix it. And we’re not even talking warranty service We understood we would have to pay. We WANTED to pay and they outright refused to fix it How the F$$$ Does that even work? Because that was back on January 30th, two months ago? And our machine is still not repaired This one gets interesting And you know what else is interesting? Mack Weldon. Mack Weldon makes great underwear, t-shirts, socks, wallets and more. They believe in simple shopping And if you use offer code TechTips you’ll get 20% off on their store [Intro Music Playing] Our story begins with Anthony’s first interaction with Apple support It was pretty pleasant all things considered, Apple representative Andrea was very sympathetic But for some reason, she couldn’t give us any guarantee that they could actually do anything That should have been a bright red flag But When Anthony and Tyler later returned from dropping off the Pro at the local Apple store They told me that, well, they smiled Told us, they’d order the parts, and get us back up and running in a jiffy Our iMac Pro review actually ended up coming together pretty well in spite of our limited ability to get additional b-roll footage So all we could do at this point was wait for our repair Then, a couple of days later, the Apple store sent a follow-up email letting us know that we could come pick up our computer and… Sorry, what?! Right? *Stunned* Have you- have you you have you responded to this yet? This is… This is COMPLETELY unacceptable We g- No. We’ve got t- This is through email? Get in touch with them some other way get Yvonne to yell at them to help them like… We still have like three or four videos to make with this thing t… yeah okay, just
– okay See what you can do What does this even mean? If they are unable to obtain the parts, they wouldn’t be able to repair the iMac Oh- gee- thanks Jesse, so What? At this point? What are our options? There’s just… No recourse, if we can’t get an Apple authorized service provider To obtain the parts and these are parts that Apple wouldn’t even send to their own store Are you guys following this so far? We thought there must have been some kind of misunderstanding Remember, we’re PAYING for the repair after all but the Apple Store confirmed that they were unable to fix it because HQ wouldn’t send them the parts they ordered, and that our only option was to come and get it back untouched and it actually gets even better from here because we asked well if Apple themselves can’t fix our computer who can and we got told that the only option Was to bring it to a third party. An Apple Authorized service provider so *Intense exhale* Since there’s no way for us to order new parts from Apple directly and fix it ourselves we reached out to one Hey any word back from your friend? Okay, so new update They can order the part, but for them to approve the sale They need someone with ”Apple Pro” certification and unfortunately That doesn’t exist yet *Sigh* And let me guess. Even if it did, if they ordered it, and just gave us the parts They’d lose their certification Yep! 🙂 So Louis Rossmann, you remember that guy right? He showed me the right way to fix BGA solder joints, so he- so he’s constantly Complaining about Apple pulling crap like this, but not being someone who repairs Apple’s products for a living I always kind of figured it was mostly ‘shop talk’ however *Chuckle* As someone who NOW has to repair an Apple product in order to flip it on Craigslist No, I don’t believe that anymore It’s absolutely real Like, I get it. What Apple’s done here, is to release a brand new platform That they are unwilling and/or unable to provide support for I mean yeah, w- we broke it we get that but I mean, imagine this in some other industry Imagine if you bought a brand new car And drove it into a lamppost as you were leaving the dealer Then both the dealer and your third-party insurer said that they couldn’t fix it because the parts and the repair manual don’t exist As far as we can tell right now They expect us to just roll over and accept that our work station is now Essentially just a collection of pretty rocks for some Indeterminate amount of time because they released a product without the training or support structure necessary to Actually Support it They’ve thrown their support staff under the bus They’ve thrown their authorized service providers under the bus and most damningly of all they’ve thrown the customer because I bought this thing under the bus Despite apples careful design Accidents do happen and if a former repair technician can screw up from time to time and trust me they do! the end-user will too *Inhale* So We’re turning to our community for bright ideas. We still want to repair this thing so we’re gonna have a forum thread linked below If maybe you know a guy who knows a guy who can get a board, PSU and display? Or if someone who works at Apple happens across this video and agrees that ”You know what? Yeah that is totally unacceptable” well We’d love to hear from them too for now we will just continue to Stew in impotent rage over the sheer stupidity of this whole, situation But only for a little while because it always lifts me up to tell you guys about Squarespace Squarespace is the place to go to build your own beautiful functional website. they’ve got gorgeous templates And they scale to look great on any design Squarespace offers 24/7 tech support via live chat and email it starts at just twelve bucks a month you get a free domain if you by Squarespace for the year and they’ve got tons of great features including Their cover pages feature which lets you set up a simple one-page online presence in minutes their logo designer the fact that every Squarespace page Includes an online store and the ability to publish from the Squarespace blog in Apple news format So don’t take our word for it try out squarespace You can get a 30-day free trial at the link below that squarespace.com/LTT and when you decide to sign up for Squarespace you can get 10% off again that squarespace.com/LTT offer code LTT So thanks for watching guys if this video sucked You know what to do But if it’s awesome Get subscribed hit that like button or check out the link to where to buy the stuff we featured in the video description Also linked down there is our merch store which has cool shirts like this one and our community forum, which you should totally join
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for quality replacement parts and the best service on the Internet. Hi, I’m Mike from 1A Auto. I hope this how-to
video helps you out, and next time you need parts for your vehicle, think of 1AAuto.com.
Thanks. In this video, we’re going to show you how
to replace the ignition switch on this 2003 Chevy Monte Carlo. It’s the same part and
similar process on these Monte Carlos from 2000 to 2005. The items you’ll need for this
is a new ignition switch from 1AAuto.com, a 7mm socket, 8mm socket, 10mm socket, ratchet,
socket extensions, T25 Torx bit, flat blade screwdriver, and an E5 external Torx bit. Start off by disconnecting your negative battery
cable. Just use the 8mm socket and ratchet to remove it. Underneath your steering wheel,
you’ll see this panel. You just want to push in these two tabs, pull it down, and then
twist this socket free and pull the bulb out. Then you want to remove these two 7mm screws.
Pull out your fuse panel door, especially make sure that the lower clip comes out, and
then pull straight back on the lower panel on both sides. Use a small flat blade screwdriver
to help you release the clip on the harness and remove the harness. Inside here, there’s a T25 screw. Just go
ahead and remove that. Then pry out on this lever and it pulls free. Then you can pull
the panel straight down, unhook it, and pull it forward. Next, you want to remove these
two E5 External Torx bolts. There’s one right here and one right here on the other side.
We’ll just fast-forward as Mike removes those. Once those are removed, you can pull this
upper panel up and off. Now, pull this panel off the rest of the way
and remove this 7mm bolt right here. Pull down your glove box and remove this 7mm bolt
right up here. Pry off this bezel. Then pull out on either side of the dash panel. You
just want to feel for the clips back behind it and pull out. Once you get it free, just
pull it forward, use a flat blade screwdriver to disconnect the hazard switch, and be careful
while doing this cause you can break the bezel fairly easily. Now put your keys in the ignition,
turn it to the on position, pull your shifter back all the way, and then lift your dash
panel up and out. Next, you want to remove a series of bolts
that hold on this panel. You can see there’s three 7mm on this side and one 7mm bolt over
here. Then, back behind this plate, you can see there are 10mm bolts up there. They’re
slightly gold color, and you’re going to want to remove those and the ones behind them as
well. To get these ones, you can go up through here and to get the one back behind it. You
can just go on the other side of the plate, reach up from underneath, and get them that
way. We’ll fast-forward as Mike removes those. Next, remove these two 10mm bolts that hold
in your ignition switch. Now, pull your ignition switch down through the hole where the plate
was. Then put your key in the ignition and turn it to the on position. Then push in on
this tab and pull that free. Then push in on this tab and pull your lock cylinder free.
Now you can push the tabs on this harness and disconnect it. On the left is the old ignition switch; on
the right is the new one from 1A Auto. You can see they’re identical, and they’ll fit
exactly the same. Now, you want to turn the inside, so you just push in the piston on
the inside, turn it, and you want it to match up with your ignition switch. Now, push the
harness into place and then insert your key into the ignition and just turn it until that
moves. Then just push it back into place. Insert this harness. Now, you can turn your
key off and remove it. Then reconnect these two harnesses. Now, reconnect your negative
battery cable and just tighten it up. You can see it works. Now, just feed your ignition
switch back up into place. Once you’ve got it in place, replace those two 10mm bolts.
Replace this panel and the 10 and 7mm bolts that hold it in place. To reinstall the dash panel, open up your
glove box, turn the key to the on position, and pull the shifter all the way back. Pull
your steering wheel down and then tuck the dash panel back behind the steering wheel.
Now reconnect your harness. Then you can slide your shifter forward and remove the key. Then
push the dash panel back in the rest of the way. Then just push in the clips all the way
around it. We’ll fast-forward as Mike replaces those two 7mm bolts and tightens them up.
Then just push this bezel back into place. Tilt the steering wheel back down, feed this
upper panel back into place, and push it back down and replace those two E5 inverted Torx
bolts. Now, feed in the lower panel. You want to
push the back back behind, and re-clip those two hooks. Then swing up the front, push it
into place, and then just replace that T25 Torx screw. Reconnect the harness to your
switch, line up the panel, and push it back into place. Then replace the two 7mm bolts
at the bottom of the panel. Push the bulb back into the socket, and twist it back into
this panel, and then feed the panel back. Then you just push it back up into place.
Next, push your tilt lever back into place. Then take your fuse panel, line up those tabs,
and just hit them back into place. You’re all set. We hope this video helps you out. Brought
to you by www.1AAuto.com, your source for quality replacement parts and the best service
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