Alternatives: Spotify Web Player loads then goes to a black page
Spotify Web Player black screen. Spotify web player black page.
I think this situation is caused if you attempt to use the Web Player from more than one device, or several times without using the app. The solution appears to be simply to open the Spotify app on your phone or PC, play one song, then try the web player again.
Found this solution at https://community.spotify.com/t5/forums/v3_1/forumtopicpage/board-id/desktop_windows/message-id/59221
I’ve created some free Clueless Crosswords / Code Crackers at https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1GfWEy184kowfL1sErC9iHvV-kxfKAhow?usp=sharing
These were created via the great online website http://cluelesscrosswords.com/play.php
Try saving the presentation as PDF and printing that instead.
Could also be “Clueless Crossword maker, Code cracker maker, or codecracker maker or codecracker generator if you’re here via Google.
I have a wife addicted to these things, but don’t like spending money on books etc. She doesn’t like to do them on screens; so I thought maybe there’s a program I can use to make them.
Google searches were fruitless, until I thought to try Clueless Crossword Freeware, which took me to this page:
From there it’s not hard to use the Snipping tool to capture a game, create a text box A to Z, stick it in Word or Publisher and Print it.
Edit: getting several comments that this didn’t work. Unfortunately I don’t own this laptop so I can test to see if this solution is still valid. It has worked for me twice. (April 2018 ish)
If you upgrade Windows 10 (presumably by using the media creation tool) you may find the WiFi no longer works. (14 inch laptop.)
I had this problem and called Unisurf for a solution. Here is their solution, which worked:
Thanks for your enquiry, here are the steps on how to reinstall the wireless driver.
1. Please click the link http://www.unisurf.com.au/pdf/sp68594.zip
2. Then download and save the file to a USB Flash Drive
3. Plug the USB Flash Drive to your device
4. Run and Install the file (You may get an error message after the installation, just disregard the message and follow the next step.)
5. Reboot the Computer
6. Wireless Network should work again
7. Please reply to this email if the issue is fixed or not to assist further if needed
If you have an S14 that is leaking, it might be the yellow elbow connector. It appears to have been over-torqued on mine and it fractured.
I don’t know if replacements are available.
Or an MS 6950 or a Twin Frozr III.
You can’t, I tried. Not enough VRAM I think.
If you have a Brother HL-2130 that suddenly stopped picking up paper, but still works with manual feed; this might be the problem. (Right side of body – side panel unclips, a few screws hold two metal plates on. Best disassembled resting on its left side so the cogs don’t run away.)
This part under the screwdriver is a little fragile – I think it might get whacked by the tray when you put it in. The small plastic clip that keeps it locked in place in that circular cutout can snap off, which then allows it to jam against the upper rollers rather than sliding the above cog over to meet the roller that finishes dragging sheets of paper through.
You might be able to work around this by using a soldering iron to melt the black plastic down crudely to keep the white assembly from travelling away from the base.
Good luck 🙂
Thank you for contacting Humax Australia.
We have currently that issue is only coming from IceTV EPG.
We are currently working to fix this issue as soon as possible with IceTV.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf OfMichael Kean
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Subject: How to access season recordings?
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This is on a HDR-3000T
We have six recordings, but seem to only able to access the most recent recording. I can’t find any solutions online. Have tried a factory reset of everything except formatting the hard disk.
Can you help?
This model of phone is a bit odd when it comes to APN settings.
When I turned on the hot spot and connected, I couldn’t get any pages to load on my laptop. (It had an IP address but could not route through the phone.)
Eventually found a hint online. Check your APN settings, and if it doesn’t have ‘dun’ mentioned in the APN type, try adding it with a comma and no spaces.
(dun means dial up networking I think.)
This may also some to the Huawei G8 and that G7 plus – this model appears to go by both names??