This is one of the problem related to my iPhone 4 I had been facing, now the iPhone data cable had become quite old but it is properly functional, I started facing this issue on and off. When my iPhone even after proper connection with the USB cable with computer, it does not appear with the other drives in My Computer.
Now my iPhone does not show up under my computer with the drives and does not display as drive in my computer. This issue bothering me as I cannot transfer my camera captured pictures on my iPhone in the camera roll folder to my computer hard disk. I have 10k over photos & videos and it’s hogging up my iPhone storage which need to be cleared.
Here are all the possible solutions to the iPhone not detecting in my computer
Method 1: Fixing Mobile Device Driver Service
1. Open Start Menu >> Run and type services.msc and press ok [ this will open up services ]
2. Locate the service named Mobile Device Driver
3. Double click the service to open properties
4. In the “general” tab find the “startup type” drop-down arrow menu and make sure “automatic” is selected.
5. Also see the general tab to check the “service status”. If it does not say “started” then click the start button to start the service and connect your phone again and click apply.
Note: If the above procedure does not helped in your case, then try restarting the service
Method 2: Solve Through Device Manager
1. Go to My Computer >> Manage and click Device Manager in the left tab.
2. Click Portable Devices >> Apple iPhone >> Uninstall
3. Unplug and plug your iPhone, now wait for windows to re recognize your iphone [ In Device Manager, you will see the new recognized Apple Iphone ]
4. Press F5 to refresh your windows explorer and your Apple iPhone will show up with a camera icon.
Method 3 : Use iPhone file browser for Windows
Follow the procedure to do the same, make sure that your iphone is connected to your computer with iphone data cable
1. Download DiskAid which is a free iPhone Explorer [ Lets you explore your iphone files and folder ]
2. Install and Run DiskAid it will automatically detect iphone and navigate to the camera photos folder on your iphone
root >> var >> mobile >> media >> DCIM >> 100APPLE or XXXAPPLE folder.
3. Right click any image and select Copy to PC and select a folder to copy these images, that’s it . This way you can copy the images from iPhone camera roll folder when you iPhone does not show in my computer.
Do you love Pan Mee (板面)? Then you should have try these outlet :- Jojo Pan Mee, Chili Pan Mee and Face To Face Pan Mee.
There’s a latest outlet addition to Face To Face Pan Mee (面对面板面专卖店) in Bandar Puteri Puchong, opposite Wings Cafe or Puchong Badminton Court. Yesterday (Saturday), is the 1st day open for business and some of the noodles varieties are being priced at RM1 per bowl!
There’s 3 days special opening promotion!
1st Day – RM1 per bowl
2nd Day – RM2 per bowl
3rd Day – 50% off per bowl
Check out the queue for the RM1 ringgit Pan Mee special opening promotion! There’s a lot of new addition to the menu and there’s vegetarian Pan Mee too!
This Chef Special Pan Mee (Soup), is really awesome! The Pan Mee is so smooth and thin, it will just melt in your mouth, not like those other Pan Mee that you eat outside which is so thick and hard to chew and all stick together. I love the pinch pan mee type coz it’s easier to eat, lolz!
This Traditional Sarawak Noodles is good and the mee texture is just nice and not too hard, but I still prefer the pan mee!
There’s a lot of drinks varieties too! Just pick the one that you feel like drinking to match with the Pan Mee!
Go grab today for the RM2 per bowl of Pan Mee k!
Face To Face Noodle House (面对面板面专卖店)
8, Jalan Puteri 2/4,
Last Saturday, 16th March 2013, was a significant day for both me and Li Ying. It was excited, fun and yet stressful day due to some unforeseen circumstances.
We had done a lot of planning and co-ordination for the big day but as always some will be missed out and some issues might just popped up from no where that made me “kalam-kabut”, but I’m glad we made it! ;p
This is the logo, backdrop and bunting my friend did for me, and he was the awesome Emcee for our big day too. Thanks Jit!~
This is the actual big backdrop banner that you all seen on the entrance of the wedding reception. Nice ma?
Did you all take photo with props (masks, specs, sword, etc) in the photo booth and printed your photo instantly specially setup?
Thanks Euric for helping in the photo booth!
Thanks Jenny & TJ for borrowing us their car and help us on a lot of small details that we would have missed out.
Special thanks to my friends, Heng Dais and Ji Muis! Without you guys & girls, I can’t imagine how it could be! Thanks once again!
My respected guests, Friends, and Relatives. On behalf of my wife and I, we would like to thank you all for sharing this special day with us, specially to those who came all the way from outstation and oversea. We felt privilege to have all of you there and we hope you’re all enjoying yourselves.
Moving on, I would like to thank my parents for their support in making today happen and for welcoming my wife into our family.
A special thanks to my mom in law for welcoming me into your family, for bringing up such a lovely daughter, and for giving me your blessing to marry her.
Thank you all once again for coming over at our big day. Thank you for being there, we had a wonderful time and hope you’re all enjoyed the night too. At wedding’s it is the guests that create the party atmosphere and you good people have certainly done that for us.
Last but not least, I would like to apologize if there’s any miscommunication or misarrangement during the night.
Thanks to the Heng Dai, Ji Muis, Flower Girl & Boy, Dancers, Photographers, Videographers… There’s a lot more people that I would like to express my gratitude to, will personally thank you and you know who you are!
Have you seen any Harlem Shake video in Youtube yet? Do you know what’s Harlem Shake? It’s the next craze on the internet (Youtube, Facebook, Twitter) after the PSY’s Gangnam Style!
The Harlem Shake is an Internet meme in the form of a video of various groups of people performing a comedy sketch accompanied by a short excerpt from the song “Harlem Shake”. As a meme, the video was replicated by many people, using the same concept, and this rapidly led to it becoming viral in early February 2013, with thousands of “Harlem Shake” videos being made and uploaded to YouTube every day at the height of its popularity.
The form of the meme was established in a video uploaded on February 2 by five teenagers from Queensland, Australia known on YouTube as The Sunny Coast Skate. The video started a viral trend of people uploading their own “Harlem Shake” videos to YouTube. The teenagers’ video was, in its turn, a follow-up to a video by a YouTube comedy vlogger named Filthy Frank which featured a section where several costumed people danced to the song “Harlem Shake” by Baauer.
The videos last between 30 and 32 seconds and feature part of the 2012 song “Harlem Shake” by American electronic musician Baauer. Usually, a video begins with one person (often helmeted or masked) dancing to the song alone for 15 seconds, surrounded by other people not paying attention or unaware of the dancing individual. When the bass drops, the video cuts to the entire crowd doing a crazy convulsive dance for the next 15 seconds.
The dancing style should not be confused with the original Harlem Shake dance. Additionally, in the second half of the video, people often wear a minimum of clothes or crazy outfits or costumes while wielding strange props. The song starts with a 15 seconds intro, then 15 seconds with the bass, then a lion roar at the end of the first 30 seconds, making videos songs easy to create.
It’s mentioned in The Star that the flyover is unused then why need to repair in such a high cost?! Clean-up work at the site would take about three weeks and full restoration of the collapsed flyover could take up to eight months at a cost of between RM6mil and RM7mil. Should this flyover be repaired if it does not help in the traffic or no one really use it then? Save cost!
After the bridge / flyover image being circulated over the FB, someone photochopped it! Flyover near Cyberjaya collapses because it’s attacked by Ultraman!
Flyover near Cyberjaya collapses because it’s attacked by Angry Bird!
There’s also more photochopped image, a “lady” doing aerobic exercise (senaman aerobik) on the collapsed flyover / bridge. Lol!
Unused flyover near Cyberjaya collapses, no one hurt (Updated)
The collapsed flyover near Cyberjaya.
CYBERJAYA: A flyover near here collapsed Thursday afternoon but no one was injured in the incident as the road has not been in use since December.
The flyover is located at KM P2.4 near the Selangor Science Park 2 Interchange between the Putrajaya Toll Plaza and Putrajaya/Cyberjaya, on Lingkaran Putrajaya.
It is learnt that PLUS Malaysia was tipped off by the public at 12.49pm before highway officials rushed to the scene.
A large water pipe which ran alongside the flyover was also damaged, which resulted in thousands of litres of water gushing out.
PKNS general manager Othman Omar said construction of the flyover commenced in 2007 and it was completed in 2009, after which it was handed over to PLUS and the Malaysia Highway Authority (MHA) in March last year.
A bystander taking a closer look.
He said the project was financed by four developers (PKNS, Unduh Aspirasi, Taraf Unggul and Semai Ria) and coordinated by the State Economic Planning Unit (UPEN).
“When we handed over the flyover to PLUS, it was still in good condition but in November, the road was deemed damaged due to the soft swamp soil and a contractor was appointed to dig up the road and apply a new tar on it.
But in early December, the MHA discovered some movement to one of the pillars holding the flyover.
Works Minister Datuk Seri Shaziman Abu Mansor, in a statement, said he conducted a site visit on Dec 7 and was briefed on the flyover’s conditon.
The decision was then made to close the flyover and divert traffic for the safety of motorists, he said, adding that the flyover was initially expected to be closed until December this year.
PKNS will set up a technical committee to identify the root cause of the incident.
Following Thursday’s collapse, PKNS will set up a technical committee to identify the root cause of the incident.
Othman said clean-up work at the site would take about three weeks and full restoration of the collapsed flyover could take up to eight months at a cost of between RM6mil and RM7mil.
Users from the Elite Highway heading towards Putrajaya or Cyberjaya are advised to exit the highway via the Saujana Putra Interchange before entering the SKVE highway to Putrajaya/Cyberjaya.
Meanwhile, in a statement late Thursday, PLUS clarified that the flyover was never handed over to the company to be maintained.
“It was built by PKNS and continued to be under the purview of PKNS till today,” the statement said.
“As safety of road users is our number one priority, the flyover was closed after a site visit by the Works Minister on Dec 7 and the Malaysia Highway Authority had diverted traffic at KM P2.4, at the interchange between the Putrajaya toll plaza and Putrajaya/Cyberjaya, on the Lingkaran Putrajaya stretch.”
For more information, contact the Malaysian Highway Authority at 1800 88 7752.
Collapsed Cyberjaya flyover was closed for repairs, say PKNS, Works Ministry
A view of the collapsed flyover in Cyberjaya. PKNS and the Works Ministry say the collapsed flyover has been closed for repairs. – Photo by Choo Choy May
CYBERJAYA, Feb 28 – The flyover near the Selangor Science Park 2 (SSP2) here that collapsed today was closed for repair works since last November, the Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS) said today.
PKNS general manager Othman Omar said that the flyover, which was originally built by PKNS but has been handed over to highway operator PLUS Malaysia Berhad, was closed to repair a road that had begun to sink beneath it. However, PLUS has denied the flyover was handed to it, saying it is still under the purview of PKNS.
Othman said that both PKNS and PLUS began investigations last December after noticing damage to the flyover from excavation works.
“Before we could finish the investigation, the flyover has collapsed,” Othman told reporters here.
Minister of Works Datuk Seri Shaziman Abu Mansor said in a statement today that the flyover and the road below it were closed since December 7 last year, and will remain closed until December 31 this year, depending on the speed of repair works.
“On December 7, I visited the bridge after I was informed by the Malaysian Highway Authority (LLM) that there was movements on one of the pillars at the Science Park 2 tiered interchange that connects to Putrajaya and Cyberjaya,” said Shaziman.
Shaziman’s statement was confirmed by PKNS’ deputy general manager Abdul Ghani Hashim, who said that four pillars on the Cyberjaya side suffered from structural problems.
According to PKNS, the peaty land in the area caused the road underneath to sink, causing PLUS to hire a third party to run repair works.
PKNS insisted that the flyover was in perfect condition when it was handed over to PLUS, but it was not designed to withstand deep excavation underneath which has caused structural disturbance.
Othman today promised that works to rebuild the flyover will be started as soon as possible, with clean-up expected to take three weeks, and construction another eight months.
“We don’t want this to be a war of pointing fingers … We want to take pro-active measures, we will fix this first. Hopefully along the way we will resolve this issue,” he said.
The flyover collapsed around 12.30pm today and appeared to have been broken into two pieces, in the latest incident involving public works projects in the country.
PKNS confirmed that no one was hurt in the incident.
The flyover, which was closed last November, is an exit from the Elite Highway (KM P2.4) towards SSP2. The Lingkaran Putrajaya stretch managed by PLUS towards Putrajaya runs below it.
Works on the RM7 million flyover by contractor BNI Construction started on October 2007, and it was completed on November 2009. Four developers – PKNS, Utuh Aspirasi Sdn Bhd, Taraf Unggul Sdn Bhd, and Semai Ria Sdn Bhd – shared the cost for its construction.