This week’s email newsletter article is:
- No SIM Card Installed
I had a real thrill last week — and not the kind you like to get. My wife welcomed me to the day with "My iPad Air isn’t working right."
She said that, when she opened the iPad, it had an error message saying "No SIM Card Installed."
When I looked at it, I noticed that the top left corner, where it would display signal strength and AT&T (we’re on the AT&T network) said, instead, No SIM.
Fortunately, it was Saturday morning, so I was able to take some time to try to resolve the problem. The first try was simply to power-off the iPad Air, and then to turn it back on. No joy. Same error message.
My plan was […]
This Week Online — Blast From The Past
A Look at Articles from Past Newsletters
Long-time readers of my Terry’s Computer Tips email newsletters will recognize many of these New Year’s Resolutions. I’ve updated them a bit and I think they’re still very valid.
New Year’s Resolutions are a traditional, annual opportunity to make decisions and promises to ourselves about the ways we’re going to improve our life in the coming year.
Here are some computer-related resolution ideas you might want to consider: […]
Subscriber John Paul wrote about an intermittent problem getting his external hard drive to be recognized by his computer:
I have been using a Toshiba external hard drive, 298 GB capacity for about 3 years now for backup.
Recently, however, my Lenovo R61i does not recognize the drive when plugged into the usb port that I usually plug into.
Microsoft Outlook stores its emails is .pst files, if you aren’t using a corporate-type Microsoft Exchange Server mailserver system.
One big problem that users have run into is that Outlook 2000 and 2003 won’t work with a PST file larger that 2 GB. Outlook 2007 and 2010, on the other hand, use a different file format (UNICODE, instead of ANSI) and are limited to 50 GB.
Neither are the problem of Keith Fowler, who wrote: […]
I have "lost my external hard drive".
It is plugged in correctly but does not appear in “My Computer”
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