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Esperanza Community Bike Center has a program where you can learn to build a bike from scratch. If you do that they let you keep the bike I think. They also will help you repair your bike for free (i.e. flat tires, not functioning brakes, and much any repair that arguable puts your safety at risk).
6/20 & 7/25 & 8/22... I am hosting a free workshop class at the Erna Ferguson Library from 6-8pm, tell your friends if interested in career advice and tips for success. Www.sabiosystems.com
Having an issue where I can't boot past BIOS. It shows all my stuff there; memory specs, CPU, both hard drives, and the display is through the GPU so it's recognizing all my hardware. But it won't boot past BIOS and there's no response when I try hitting F2 or DEL to get into the BIOS itself. Last step I can think of that I haven't already done is a PS2 keyboard which I'm ordering online; Best Buy didn't have one.
Geek Squad said they'd look at it, but it'd be $150 at minimum - even if they can't fix it. While affordable, seems a little much. Anyone have any other suggestions for places?
edit: I didn't really post details 'cause I was just asking for locations and didn't really expect troubleshooting help.
This happened from moving my setup to a new case.
I've tried resetting pulling battery to reset CMOS, I've started it up with just the motherboard connected and no hard drive, but didn't get anything at all (was worried by default boot like someone mentioned, and even changed the SATA connections so that the OS drive shows up first option).
After plugging in hdd, I can see the BIOS again.
Tried using different USB ports for my keyboard (saw online that sometimes there's a "default" port that works before Windows loads and that 3.0 ports may not work at all before OS loads).
Hitting caps, num, and scroll lock turn the light off and on but still unable to load BIOS.
Hitting function lock (the light is off by default), has no response; can't tell if the function keys are being recognized or not, and hoping ordering the PS2 keyboard does this.
Didn't see anything online about running linux from USB so I'll give that a shot if I can find a USB from inventory to borrow (bought a USB last night but left it at home today and won't be back at work until Tuesday).
I found some PC stores online by searching, just asking for recommendations from personal experience so I don't pick a ripoff place by accident.
specs edit: Strix Z270, i7700k, GTX 1080, Windows 10, Samsung 860 EVO for OS and an old 2tb spinner for files.
Bernalillo County - The New Mexico Department of Transportation, Bernalillo County, Uber and Cumulus Media Albuquerque, today, announced details for a safe ride option for the week surrounding Memorial Day. The program titled "Take A Ride on Us" affords Albuquerque Metro residents the ability to take advantage of a safe ride option instead of driving under the influence during the holiday in which high alcohol consumption is common.
Rather than drive under the influence, from May 24 at 4 p.m. through June 3 at 3 a.m., riders can open the Uber app and use the code ABQSUMMER18. By using the code, riders will receive a credit of up to $10 off for four trips. The maximum number of trips available is 2,200. First come, first served. The credit can only be used for rides, not Uber Eats, and the discount does not cover tip.
"Take A Ride on Us" is the creation of Cumulus Media Albuquerque. The program has seen massive success through the incredible partnership of Uber, Bernalillo County and ENDWI. Listeners will be reminded about the code throughout the holiday on Cumulus Media's Albuquerque radio stations. Bernalillo County has contributed $60,000 to this effort, helping to pay for the first $10 of each Uber ride. The average Uber ride in the Albuquerque area runs less than $10. If the cost for the ride exceeds $10, the patron will have to cover the remaining amount.
The county's financial contribution comes from liquor excise taxes, collected and distributed to New Mexico counties by the New Mexico Tax and Revenue Department on a quarterly basis. The $60,000 Bernalillo County has provided for this effort will help fund the program until the end of the current fiscal year.
Through this public-private partnership, it is easier than ever to avoid driving under the influence. Since its inception a little over a year ago, "Take a Ride on Us" has provided a safe ride option to over 5,000 riders in the Albuquerque Metro area.
I know it has to be a used car but I want a little quality.
My youngest just turned 16. We just brought him out here, so he didn't get to start school and make friends.
I've already found two things that I want to get him involved in (swimming lessons and kayaking), but would like to get him involved in a few summer day camps, and other things that highlight the uniqueness of the area.
He is a little bit intellectually delayed, and very speech delayed. But physically, he is pretty capable.
80 bucks seems like decent value considering Comcast charges 60 bucks for 250 mbps.
Is CL reliable? How’s their service? And do you get close to 1 gbps speed?
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