In addition to these weekly posts highlighting helpful information in our Dell Knowledge Base, my team also holds monthly technical support webinar sessions.In this month’s session — Monday, October 16, 10:00 a.m. (CST) — we’ll discuss how we recommend you keep your system running at its best with a few tips and tricks we’d suggest for both the technical experts out there, and anyone new to Dell laptop or desktop PCs.Direct2Dell is designed to bring you news and stories about Dell people, products, services, partners and customers. Often those customers need support for their Dell products. For that, our Dell Support team continuously updates a library of articles called the Knowledge Base.In an effort to make that information even easier to find when you need it, each Friday I will bring you a list of the most highly reviewed articles with appropriate responses to the latest trends we are seeing in our customer inquiries.With these publications you can stay informed about the latest troubleshooting guides and resolutions across various client system lines.Questions about these issues should be left in our Support Forums where trained staff are available to assist, rather than commenting here on Direct2Dell.You can also contact Dell Customer Service or Dell Technical Support for assistance. And, as always, our @DellCares and @DellCaresPro teams are just a tweet away for help.This week we’ve seen a lot of interest in these topics:Understanding Beep Codes on a Dell Desktop PCTroubleshooting Hard Disk Drive (HDD) and Solid State Drive (SSD)IssuesHow to Upgrade Memory in Your ComputerChange sleep settings or create/modify a power plan in Windows 10How to Troubleshoot Remote Desktop/Terminal Server Connectivity IssuesHow to Configure U2415 Monitor Daisy Chaining on Intel HD GraphicsNo POST, No Power, No Video on a Dell Desktop ComputerDrivers HelpHow to Use and Troubleshoot the Dell Thunderbolt Dock (TB16)Bulletin: Precision 5510 and XPS 9550 swelling system battery
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A former Elmont resident has been acquitted of raping a 14-year-old girl when she walked by his house on her way to school, but was convicted of sexually abusing her.A Nassau County jury found Amit Singh guilty Thursday of misdemeanor charges of sexual abuse and endangering the welfare of a child. He was found no guilty on two counts of rape.Authorities have said that the 33-year-old man grabbed the victim off the street after trying to coax her into his Rosalind Avenue home, forced her inside the house where the attack occurred and then drove her to class at Sewanhaka High School at 10 a.m. on March 11, 2009.The victim told a teacher and later positively identified Singh, then 27, in a photo array, but the suspect boarded a flight to India before DNA evidence linked him to the rape the following month, investigators have said. He was extradited from India last year and has been held without bail since.He faces up to a year in jail when he is sentenced Jan. 5. But, he is also facing a charge of violating his probation stemming from a prior conviction for cocaine possession, which could result in a longer prison term.
The winner of this game books the second spot in the grand final and will meet the Townsville Blackhawks next weekend.The Jets will have the momentum and are coming off a big 54-26 over last year’s champions, the Northern Pride last week.For the Hunters, they know how to beat Jets having defeated them twice this season, winning 40-28 in round 13 and 32-14 in round 22.The game will kick off at 3pm.The team: 1. Stargroth Amean 2. Oti Bland Tony 3. Noel Zeming 4. Edward Goma 5. Adex Wera 6. Israel Eliab (c) 7. Ase Boas 8. Henry Noki 9. Wartovo Puara 10. Esau Siune 11. Nickson Borana 12. Kato Ottio 13. Timothy Lomai 14. Warren Glare 15. Atte Bina 16. Willie Minoga 17. Thompson Teteh 18. David Lapua 19. Roger Laka .
Demerara Distillers Limited (DDL) and its subsidiaries have recorded in excess of 0 million for the first half of the year, representing a 12 per cent increase over the same period last year but the company is also becoming increasingly wary of the international developments, specifically Brexit and utterances by US Presidential Candidate Donald Trump.DDL Chairman Komal SamarooThe company has released its unaudited financial statements and according to Chairman Komal Samaroo, while it is too early to fully evaluate the impact of Brexit on the rum industry in Europe, it is carefully being assessed.Samaroo said Brexit, coupled with the apparent rise of nationalistic sentiments in the upcoming US Presidential Elections and also in other western countries could arguably signal a reverse of the globalisation process which saw the growth of new markets around the world.According to Samaroo, “such developments could present new challenges for countries like ours with small domestic markets.”He has since suggested diversification. According to the company’s financial statements, it managed to earn just about $3.5 billion. Its sales and operating expenses depleted this by just over $2 billion and after paying taxes and other expenses, its net profit was calculated at $805.3 million.The company saw its investments growing marginally from $1.5 billion to $1.6 billion as was the case with its property, plant and equipment which saw its value increasing from $9.5 billion to $9.8 billion.The company’s total asset base inclusive of trade and other receivables, prepayments and recoverable taxes at the end of June was recorded as $28.4 billion.The company has since reported too that Chandramat Chintamani ceased being a Director on the DDL Board in April last but continues to serve as Executive Director of Demerara Shipping Company Ltd – one of DDL’s subsidiaries.