Sunday, 26 August 2018

If Bonusprint. error message says Low Resolution


To create sharp, vibrant keepsake photos, we print them at the high resolution of 300 dpi.
When you place your photo in the editor, it will automatically indicate if the quality of the photo is good enough, or not.

To prevent / solve this, you can change the size of your image in Paint:
1. Find your photo in "My Documents / Pictures" or at the place where you saved it.
2. Right-click on the image and select "Open in .." then select "Paint" in the menu and click "Ok".
3. The Paint program opens. Click "Resize" in the upper left corner.
4. Now select "Pixel." For 12 X 8 pictures, enter 3800 in the Horizontal field. If your image is upright, enter 2400 in the Vertical field.
5. Press "OK" to close the window.
6. Select "File" in the upper left corner of the application and then "Save As". A new window is opening up. On the left side you can see an overview of your folders and you can choose where you want to save the image, eg. On the desktop or under My Documents.
At the bottom of the window, you can choose which file format you want to save the image in: Select JPEG as the file format.
7. Enter a new file name - e.g. "Urlaub_2017_Pixels" (so you can easily find the right picture in the right size).
8. Click on "Save".

Friday, 24 August 2018

iPad does not charge from PC Usb Ports

Message says Not Charging when connecting your iPad yo a PC.

Actually, the difficulty isn't with the iPad, but with the USB port: It's not supplying enough juice. The ports built into most desktops, laptops, and even powered USB hubs don't generate the 10 watts necessary to charge an iPad's battery, which is why the ‘Not Charging' message appears over the battery indicator. That's a definite bummer, as it means you can't use, say, your laptop to recharge your iPad on the road. In fact, Apple recommends finding an AC outlet and using the bundled 10-watt power adapter.
That said, lower-powered USB ports will recharge an iPad--just very, very slowly. When the tablet's screen is off, the battery does indeed draw a trickle of power. Turn the iPad back on, however, and you'll see ‘Not Charging' again. (It's kind of like yanking open the refrigerator door to see if the light is still on.)
You should be aware that many PCs pump varying wattages through different USB ports. Frequently the USB ports at the front of the PC are of lower power than the ones in the back. Before giving up, try moving to another port.

Monday, 6 November 2017

Synology NAS  not showing in File Explore

I was having this problem often. It is related to the Local Master Browser setting. If you are operating a NAS Drive, it is best to set the NAS Drive as the Local Master Browser. If you are using a Synology NAS Drive the setting is located in Control Panel/File Services/Advanced Settings. Enable Local Master Browser.
The problem arises if you operate a number of computers on a network. The first computer that switches on becomes the Local Master Browser by default. When that computer switches off, all devices on the network will disappear. If you then switch it on the devices on the network will not reappear, unless you switch off/on all the other devices.
The best setting is to set the NAS Drive as Local Master Browser and leave it on. It will go into idle when the computers are switched off, but as it is always on, all devices will appear on your network when you switch any computer on the network on.

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

How to reset an iPad to Factory Setting

If you still have your  iPad

Before you sell or give away your device, you should remove your personal information. You shouldn't manually delete your contacts, calendars, reminders, documents, photos, or any other iCloud information while you're signed in to iCloud with your Apple ID. This would delete your content from the iCloud servers and any of your devices signed in to iCloud.
On your device with iOS 10 or later, make sure that you sign out of iCloud before you erase your device.

Follow these steps:
  1. If you paired an Apple Watch with your iPhone, unpair your Apple Watch.
  2. Back up your device.
  3. Sign out of iCloud and the iTunes & App Store. 
    • If you're using iOS 10.3 or later, tap Settings > [your name]. Scroll down and tap Sign Out. Enter your Apple ID password and tap Turn Off.
    • If you're using iOS 10.2 or earlier, tap Settings > iCloud > Sign Out. Tap Sign Out again, then tap Delete from My [device] and enter your Apple ID password. Then go to Settings > iTunes & App Store > Apple ID > Sign Out.
  4. Go back to Settings and tap General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings. If you turned on Find My iPhone, you might need to enter your Apple ID and password.
  5. If asked for your device passcode or Restrictions passcode, enter it. Then tap Erase [device].
  6. Contact your carrier for help transferring service to a new owner. If you aren't using a SIM card with your device, you can contact them to get help transferring service to the new owner.
When you erase your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, Find My iPhone and Activation Lock is turned off. 

How to reset an iPhone or iPad if you’ve got it at hand

Wiping you iOS device is easy, the only thing you’re going to need is your device passcode, Apple ID and Apple Password.

  1. Go to Settings > General > Reset > Erase all Content and Settings.
  2. An Erase iPhone/iPad warning box will now pop up. Click Erase and enter the device’s passcode and Apple ID info when prompted.
  3. The device will then reset and, when completed, you’ll be presented with an iPhone/iPad as if it were straight out of the box.

How to reset an iPhone or iPad remotely

If you’ve lost your iPhone or iPad and want the peace of mind knowing any stored data will not be accessed, you can also remotely wipe your device.

  1. Go to > enter your Apple ID > click Find My iPhone.
  2. Click on the option All Devices > chose the device you want to erase.
  3. Click Erase iPhone/iPad.
  4. Note that if you’ve lost your device, you can remotely play a sound on your iPhone/iPad to help you locate it.

How to reboot (soft reset) your iPhone or iPad

If your iOS device has crashed or stalled, and you only wish to reset (reboot) it, then you can do so easily without deleting any of your data by pressing and holding the Home and Power buttons simultaneously for 5-10 seconds.

Thursday, 5 January 2017

If Google Drive is not Syncing or in Startup

A Fix

Go To C:\Users\ Name\AppData\Local\ Google then delete the Folder "Drive"

Restart  Google Drive and log in to create the location again.

Worked in Windows 10 Jan 2017

Monday, 2 January 2017

One Note Sync Problem.

I have just realised that OneNote the Free Windows 10 App  will sync with an iPad App of OneNote .
You can only create encrypted pages through an Apple App using OneNote on the iPad.
You will need a log in to One Note if you use Windows 10  but avoid the trap of also clicking ypu want to log in with a Microsoft Account . Just Log In on the App and skip the Windows log in option.
It will work and Sync if you log in as a Local Account on a PC as long as you then log in on the app.
do not select switch to Microsoft Accont  log in on windows start up
You do still need to be signed in to the App to use it.

Sunday, 1 January 2017

Personal Web Sites 2017

In 2017 Manage Web Pages

Retain these two both on Hostinger

Cancel these on GoDaddy