We’ve tested every Blu-ray player on the market, and these top the chart hands-down. Not only are they renowned for their outstanding quality, but both the Samsung BD-P3600 and BD-P4600 feature built-in media streaming through popular Netflix (video) and Pandora (audio). Watch available movies from Netflix using your broadband internet connection (wired or wifi compatible) or listen to your favorite Pandora stations – all through the convenience of your home theatre setup. We currently have these in stock for the following prices:
BD-P3600 – $275 + shipping
BD-P4600 – $315 + shipping
Hi Caroline -
We rarely have such batteries in-stock.
They all tend to be very expensive, too.
We have purchased batteries from this vendor before:
Non-Dell batteries tend to be a little cheaper & equally as functional.
On Sep 29, 2009, at 3:46 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> a form has been submitted on September 29, 2009, via: http://brainspiral.com/contact/ > [IP 188.8.131.52] > Contact Us > Name Caroline > Email > Message The battery for my Dell Latitude D530 is completely dead. Do > you have one I can buy for less than Dell might charge me? Thanks. > Caroline > powered by cformsII
I see it yeah, you’re the best !!!!
Regarding: Data Retrieval & Restoration on a Windows 2000 Server File Server
Hunter—many thanks for help today. Jackie was a super teacher (now to remember!). Probably will call on you again. All the best.
Just to let you know that Jackie was great — efficient and fixed the problem! Thanks for having such a responsive staff.
Regarding: Troubleshooting issue whereby Verizon began to block all outgoing mail traffic on communication port 25. Over the past few weeks Verizon has been rolling out a block on port 25 in an effort to make more difficult the lives of spammers and virus propagation. Use SSL or a non-standard port for outgoing, unless you’re unfortunate enough to have a provider who doesn’t offer an alternative. Most providers, including GMail and Williams, allow outgoing mail traffic on ports 465 or 587, Webmail is not affected. You can read more about this issue here.
Oh my gosh — you did it! That one little thing and I spent an hour talking to a nice young many in India who couldn’t help me in the long run. I’ll report back tomorrow, but the black is gone. It was a weird day on the computer. Many thanks.
Regarding: Mac OS X Snow Leopard corrupt color profile resulting from attempt to custom calibrate display using Spyder calibration software and hardware. Resolution involved removal of all custom profiles in Macintosh HD->Library->ColorSync->Profiles, permitting system to default to a functional color profile.
Hi Deborah -
I received it fine, but Windows users might not ‘understand’ what kind of file it is because it lacks the distinguishing 3-letter Windows suffix. To ensure maximum compatibility: When saving Word documents, be sure to select the box at at the bottom of the Microsoft Word Save/ Save As dialog that reads ‘Append file extension’.
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Thank you so much for all your help yesterday!!!!!!!! I really appreciated it!!!!!!!! I get so nervous that I’m going to do something drastically wrong and you eased my mind.
Regarding: Microsoft Access Database Size & Performance Issues, SQL Table Linkability, Workstation Upgrade Options
Big Thanks! All better. Thanks so much.
Regarding: iMac Snow Leopard Upgrade, Alternative HP MFC Scanner Driver Configuration & Integration w/ iPhoto, Apple Mail Auto-Complete Diagnosis, Printing Troubleshooting & Testing
1) Check to see if the scanner driver is installed properly. You can do this by opening Image Capture (located in the Applications Folder) & checking to see if the device shows up in the left hand column. If it does not, you must download or install the software from the scanner manufacturer.
a) Open the ‘Image Capture’ program.
b) Once open, select iPhoto from the ‘Scan To’ menu at the bottom if it isn’t already selected.
c) Press ‘Scan’
d) Wait while the image is scanned & imported automatically into iPhoto. iPhoto will show the scan immediately.
e) If the scanner fails to auto-detect the scan region properly (i.e. scans only part of the document or image), do the following:
i) Go back to Image Capture
ii) Press the ‘Show Details’ button at the bottom
iii) Wait for scanner to perform an initial preview scan
iv) Drag the small dots around the selected part of the preview scan until the correct scan region is selected.
v) Make sure that iPhoto is selected from the ‘Scan To’ menu. Adjust any other settings as necessary.
vi) Press the ‘Scan’ button when finished. The scanned image will be scanned & automatically imported into iPhoto.
Hope that helps -