Anyone else having trouble logging in to the Coachella forum via their smartphone? Goldenvoice recently updated the site so that when you want to log in to the forum, you're actually logging in to the full website experience. But, for the past week, I've barely been able to login to the site and can never get the forum to load once I am logged in. Firstly, everything on the Coachella.com domain seems to slow my phone down to a crawl--it loads much more slowly than any other website I visit. After inputting my UN and PW, the browser very slowly loads a plain blank white page. If I go "back" on my browser from that plain white page I'm taken back to the main Coachella page where I am now logged in, but if I then select the forum from all of the options on that main page, I get another blank white page and going "back" from that page does not get me into the forum, but simply loads the same blank white page. I'm on a Samsung Galaxy s3, Verizon. This happens whether on WiFi or on 4g, and happens with both the built-in browser and with Chrome and Firefox. I have no trouble accessing any other website or with logging into other forums online that appear to use the same style messageboard. Just wondering if anyone else is experiencing this.
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Note, if visiting coachella.com/forum, I can view the forum, but once I try to log-in, I cannot return to the forum as a logged in user.
I'm happy to report that I got my router issues sorted and the powerline adapter to wireless access point is working very nicely. I now have good wifi coverage throughout the house. Thanks, thelastgreatman, for suggesting the powerline option and thanks, vogina, for pushing me to the dd-wrt forums.
I also put a new CD/DVD drive in my PC and it's working fine. It's been a good weekend for me, techwise...
i don't know if it's windows 8.1 or my laptop, but when i am moving my finger on the mousepad from right to left or left tonight, it tabs to another window. it's really obnoxious trying to edit photos as every single time it goes to another window. is there a way to turn off this completely useless feature? thanks
You're connecting to the wrong router. You want to the Asus and linksys up with different IP addresses and possibly even different wireless network names so can tell what you're connecting t In the Asus config, change the LAN IP to 192.168.10.1, hit apply, then go to http://192.168.10.1 in your browser, you should get the Asus screen. Now change the wireless network name to anything else, just put a number at the end or something so you can distinguish it from the linksys network. After applying those settings, if the original network name is still an option try connecting and going to the original IP, hopefully you'll get the dd-wrt page. If that doesn't work, hard reset the linksys. If that doesn't work, you bricked it and you're fucked
alt+tab and windows+tab are mostly used to switch apps within desktop mode (even though it also includes metro apps), but the left edge swipe is to switch between metro apps (with the "desktop app" included). it would make a lot more sense for someone with a touchscreen.
sounds to me like all of your issues are Dell related and not windows 8. I'd probably want to return it or exchange it if it had hard drive errors on the first day.
thanks, it did come with 8.1. so they are sending a tech out to replace my hard drive. the other issue with the lid and sleep mode had something to do with my wireless card and now works. they also fixed the adobe issue.
another question, when it's all fixed, what's the best way to get my old files to the new laptop? i backed up my old files regularly on an external hard drive, but they are in like a backup format and i noticed i can't really access them like normal files. i appreciate the help
there's probably some software you can download from the PC manufacturer or the drive manufacturer (depending on who provided the software you used) to browse/restore the backup files.
glad you're getting it replaced!
d*oh, i should have asked about that while i was on the phone today.
well the technician called asking if i was free this afternoon. i have meetings, and my whole job is meetings. i don't have a "free time" to give him. so i asked him what his availability was like the next few days and he didn't know. i told him i'd have to cancel something or move something around and need advance notice and he refused to give me time options. so i told him i would just exchange the product since i can't quit my job to fix their stupid error. he didn't care, he's a contractor. whatever.
at this point, i was ready to exchange. i had to call FOUR DIFFERENT PHONE NUMBERS today. i spoke to six people before someone could finally help me with an exchange. i was ready to just return it, but the guy was super helpful and now i'm getting a new one in two weeks. holy christ this is the last dell i buy.
This isn't an SOS, but just a question. I'm having a little trouble understanding the fundamental differences between a web app and a website. Is a web app simply a website that has been responsively designed with native-app-like features, generally using HTML5? If so, is that all that differentiates a web app from a website? Help me out here.
i am unable to log into the board from my laptop and my tablet. when i click "login" (whether at the top of the page or when replying to a post), it takes me to some screen about logging into a "coachella account". my board username and password do not work. it appears to want some sort of frontgate login. anyone know how to log into the board with your board account? thank you
That's the way it makes me log in nowadays. It does accept your board login. At first I had a trouble getting it to work - it would never load the next page. It mysteriously started working the same day I sent an email to email@example.com. I never figured out what was wrong.
please try to contain your shock at the fact that the replacement laptop doesn't work properly either. hard drive is fine, but computer refuses to come out of sleep mode when you open the lid. i also spent two days trying to get it to power on. after an hour on the phone, they will return. their phone people are retarded. i always have to talk to four people at least. they also tried to tell me the thirty days were up when it arrived last week. oh, and they tried to tell me i already returned the new laptop the second it arrived. instead of returning the broke. one like i did.
so what other PC brands do you guys like?
I like my samsung, but to be honest I don't really care about any particular PC brand since the first thing I usually do is wipe the drive and install a clean copy of windows.
the main thing I look for in a laptop is the placement of the ctrl key, lol. I hate laptops that don't have the ctrl key in the very bottom left corner.
Been driving myself crazy for the last couple hours trying to figure out any end-around to get my old but very excellent high-res Epson 1200U scanner to function with my new computer. Epson doesn't make 8.1 drivers for this model (hooray for planned obsolescence!), and I've tried all the tricks I could find on Google to try to get the machine to accept the drivers then upgrade/alter the compatibility, to no avail. I hate that a perfectly functional piece of hardware may have to go out the window, just because of the damn drivers. :/
If anyone has had any experience with this, advice would be much appreciated (as long as that advice is not "get a new scanner").
So, that^ new laptop I was supposed to receive in March will not be arriving until the end of April. Don't ask. I'm on my crappy 2006 Gateway desktop PC with Windows XP until then. And because I was expecting to have my new laptop by now, I snoozed on this April 8 deadline for Windows XP. I'm sure most of you know that Windows has declared that they will be ending support for XP tomorrow and that everyone is advised to upgrade to Windows 7 or 8. There are lots of dire warnings about the end of the support period and about my PC becoming riddled with internet AIDS and hackers stealing all of my personal information and using it to take out mortgages in my name and steal my wife etc. However, after a quick bit of internet research, I'm seeing articles like this from back in January saying that Windows has actually decided to extend support for virus/malware protection through July 2015. So, before I run out and waste money on Windows 7, could anyone confirm whether or not I'll be okay continuing with XP for the next few weeks?
Per your recommendations, I'm currently running MS Security Essentials and Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.
I've been scrambling to replace the last couple dozen of our XP machines, but 4/8 isn't really doomsday for XP. it's the final patch tuesday and then going forward newly discovered vulnerabilities just won't be patched. internet AIDS will still be several months away.
I find it slightly amusing that Microsoft has been warnings everyone about end of support for XP for two years and now everyone is scrambling.