Guide To Buying a Phone

Generally People tend to go to phone shops such as; Carphone Warehouse, or a network provider shop. If you go into a store, you may get a bunch of phones on desk to try out or a plastic model of the actual phone so people can get a taste of what they are like before actually buying. But If you are lucky enough, there may be a sales assistant free to give you advice on the perfect one to suit you. They may even give you advice on how to set it up and how to transfer stuff from your old phone to your new one. Most stores ask you if you want to take warranty out on them. We would advise you do depending on what kind of phone you are getting. If you do then it’s up to you, but it costs extra for it and remember to ask what it covers and what it doesn’t....

HTC Wildfire

The HTC Wildfire is a smartphone that was developed by HTC and was released in June 2010. It is powered by a 528 MHz Qualcomm processor and it runs on Google’s operating system (Android) version 2.2. This phone comes with a 5-megapixel camera and the screen is 3.2 inches wide (diagonally from corner to corner). The HTC wildfire has Wifi and GPS capabilities which means the phone can be tracked if it is lost or stolen. It only weighs 118 g which is equivalent to (4.16 oz). Overall this phone is very good but I would say the HTC is more suitable for people who text, call and take pictures. I say this because it’s not a very powerful phone and when using the internet the phone is slow at loading pages. However, this phone is very good for playing music and videos on so it is god for a first phone....

No Audio Output Enabled (Windows 7)

Today I was updating my drivers for my HP Compaq Presario CQ61, when I experienced a sound issue and it had a red cross next to the sound icon. This was because I had downloaded and installed a newer driver off the HP website, which caused the sound to not work and come up with the error message “No Audio Output Device Enabled”. Eventually, I found a solution, and my sound was working again… To fix it, do the following steps; 1. Go to start then control panel (Hint: on the right hand side of the start menu) 2. Then click Sound and hardware 3. At the top there should be devices and printers, go to the right hand side and cIick “Device Manager” 4. Go down to sound, video and game controllers and on the left hand side there should be an arrow, now click it. 5. Next go down to the driver that is causing the issue (audio driver) , right click on it and select “Uninstall”. Please Note: the driver maybe different depending on what computer you have 😉 6. Then right click “sound, video and game controllers” and click “Scan for hardware changes”. 7. Wait until a box pops up on the right hand side of the task bar, it will say (“installing driver software”) and wait until it finishes. 8. Finally, go onto your sound icon on the right of the task bar, double click it and it should work, if not then restart your computer! This also applies to Windows 8 and Windows 8.1! Hope this helps !!!  😀 ...