Network Error, No Internet Connection / Facebook **FIX**

For the past couple of weeks, I have been getting a Network Error, No Internet Connection when trying to click on a link through Facebook.   I have read online that clearing the Data & Cache on the Facebook  app would fix it.  But it did not fix the problem.
The Fix was when  I cleared Data & Cache on the Google Chrome app. Now I can click on the Facebook links with no errors.


Here is what I di for the Samsung Galaxy S5
Settings --> Application manager --> Chrome
Clear data & Clear Cache


If you are using another internet app, try clearing the data and the cache for that app.
















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How to Find IPs That Logged Onto Your Facebook Account

If you suspect someone might be using your Facebook account without your consent, it can be a serious problem. Not only can the attacker spy on you and get access to private and sensitive information, he can also perform illegal activities using your Facebook identify. The best way to see if you are the only one accessing your Facebook account is to check the IPs that logged on to the account. Fortunately, Facebook can be set to warn you via email every time someone logs on to your account from an unfamiliar device.
Step 1
Open your favorite Web browser and navigate to Facebook.com.
Step 2
Log in to your Facebook account using your email and password.
Step 3
Click on the settings triangle in the top right corner of your Facebook page and then on "Account Settings."
Step 4
Click on "Security" in the left pane.
Step 5
Click on the "Edit" link in the Login Notifications section.
Step 6
Place a check-mark in front of the Email option and click "Save Changes." The email notifications status changes to "enabled." Each time someone logs on to your Facebook account, an email is dispatched to your email address.
Step 7
Open the email and find the "A new unknown device logged in to your Facebook account" line. The IP and location are displayed in this line.
Step 8
Type a device name in the "Name New Device" window and press "Save Device" only when you log in to your Facebook account using a trusted device such as your personal computer or mobile device. You are asked to name the trusted device only once. When you log in using an unsecure device such as an Internet cafe computer, click on the "Don't Save" button. If someone logs on to your Facebook account from a trusted device, you are not notified. The IP information for any unauthorized user on your Facebook account is transmitted to you by email.



How to Trace a Facebook IP

An IP (Internet Protocol) address is a specific address for a computer, much like the address of a home on a street. Obtaining someone's IP address will reveal their general physical location as well as their Internet service provider. To trace someone's Facebook IP address you must first obtain it, which requires you to receive a Facebook message from them. If you don't have a message from the user, send them one first by asking a question or inviting them to chat (Facebook chat and messaging are the same application).
Step 1
Close all open windows and browsers before opening a browser and logging into your Facebook account. Refrain from opening any other tabs or browser windows. Close all other programs that automatically connect to the Internet, such as iTunes, Google Music Manager and instant messaging apps. If you can, clear your browser's history as well as its cache.
Step 2
Open the message you received from the user. With the message or chat window open, click "Start" and then type "cmd" into the "Search Programs and Files" field.
Step 3
Type "netstat -an" (without the quotation marks) into the Command Prompt. The IP address of the user will be listed in your Command Prompt window.
Step 4
Log onto a free IP tracing website such as ipchecking.com, find-ip-address.org or hostip.info. Enter the IP address you found in the previous step into the search bar on the website's home page. The IP address will be traced and the information will be displayed for you.


Displays protocol statistics and current TCP/IP network connections.

NETSTAT [-a] [-b] [-e] [-f] [-n] [-o] [-p proto] [-r] [-s] [-t] [interval]

-a                 Displays all connections and listening ports.
-b                 Displays the executable involved in creating each connection or listening port. In some cases well-known executables host multiple independent components, and in these cases the sequence of components involved in creating the connection or listening port is displayed. In this case the executable name is in [] at the bottom, on top is the component it called, and so forth until TCP/IP was reached. Note that this option can be time-consuming and will fail unless you have sufficient permissions.
-e                 Displays Ethernet statistics. This may be combined with the -s option.
-f                  Displays Fully Qualified Domain Names (FQDN) for foreign addresses.
-n                 Displays addresses and port numbers in numerical form.
-o                 Displays the owning process ID associated with each connection.
-p proto        Shows connections for the protocol specified by proto; proto may be any of: TCP, UDP, TCPv6, or UDPv6. If used with the -s option to display per-protocol statistics, proto may be any of: IP, IPv6, ICMP, ICMPv6, TCP, TCPv6, UDP, or UDPv6.
-r                  Displays the routing table.
-s                  Displays per-protocol statistics. By default, statistics are shown for IP, IPv6, ICMP, ICMPv6, TCP, TCPv6, UDP, and UDPv6; the -p option may be used to specify a subset of the default.
-t                  Displays the current connection offload state.
interval          Redisplays selected statistics, pausing interval seconds between each display. Press CTRL+C to stop redisplaying statistics. If omitted, netstat will print the current configuration information once.
  

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Save Money on Auto Insurance

Whether you drive a brand new vehicle or a 20-year-old jalopy, hitting the road requires buying at least minimum levels of insurance coverage.
But if you're like most people, you probably don't know what your options are or what coverage you're required to carry, let alone how to get insured without spending a fortune.
Get the Best Price
During tough times like these, insurance companies need your business just as much as you need insurance. This can lead to cheap car insurance rates you might otherwise never expect.

If you're willing to learn, take advantage of a competitive marketplace and compare quotes from more than one insurer, we can help you find the right policy now—affordably, quickly and easily.


So read on for tips and tricks to getting insured, then request your free quotes above. The road to savings starts here!

Secrets You Should Know
Before you accept just any old policy sitting on a shelf, there are some things you should know about insurance rates, the factors that affect your premiums, and how to be your own best advocate when it comes to pricing, namely:
◦Insurers determine premiums mainly by ratings. You're rated according to the amount of claims risk you present, then grouped with others like you with similar risk rates. Factors like age and gender, where you live, your driving record, your marital status, any prior insurance coverage, how far you drive annually and your vehicle's make and model all affect your ratings.
◦Discounts can dramatically lower rates. Insurers reward those considered low risk with discounts that can translate into amazing savings. Some of those available include multiple vehicles, educated driver, good student, safe vehicle, low-mileage and multiple policies.

◦Each state sets its own insurance requirements. Depending on whether your state is a tort or a no-fault state, the type and amount of car insurance you're required to carry by law varies. Check with your state insurance department to find out how your state operates and the legal limits that apply.


◦Consider optional coverage for your own protection. Unless you drive an older vehicle, you'd be wise to purchase collision and comprehensive coverage for your car. Collision covers damage when your vehicle impacts another car or fixed object, and comprehensive pays for damage from almost all other causes.


◦Compare multiple quotes before making your final decision. By comparing rates and policies side by side, you can get insured more cheaply than ever before. All it takes is a few minutes, some basic information and wise decision-making.


Now that you better understand your options, it's time to get insured. So for maximum savings, drive safely, avoid tickets and accidents, and heed these secrets to saving money on auto insurance. Then request your free quotes today—and watch the savings stack up.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Why Mandatory Car Insurance Hurts Good Drivers

The problem as regards mandatory insurance — and specifically, mandatory “high coverage” insurance such as my reader wants, is that it assumes we’re all dangerous/reckless/inept — and makes us pay through the nose accordingly.

But why should responsible drivers who do pay attention to their driving, who are skilled and attentive and who never get into at-fault accidents (millions of such people exist) be compelled to pay big bucks for insurance coverage that is massively expensive precisely because it is compulsory and forces them into the same risk pool with the irresponsible few such as the person who hit the guy in my example?


Granted, there is always some risk an accident or injury may occur — no matter how good the driver — anytime a person gets behind the wheel. But is it reasonable to base law on the exception rather than the rule? To require that people — everyone — insure against any conceivable risk, and to an extent that assumes the absolute “worst case” scenario?


Most of us have to strike a balance between our means and what we spend on various things. Many people would probably prefer to throw say an extra $50 each month at their mortgage balance (or the family food budget) rather than literally throw it away on an over-priced, compulsory insurance policy they will probably never need.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

How Can I Prepare for an Earthquake Disaster?

Unlike weather events, earthquakes strike without warning, sometimes leaving devastation and heartache behind. Usually, earthquakes in the U.S. occur along the West Coast. However, earthquake potential exists in all states. Although nothing can stop an earthquake, careful preparation and planning can make a difference when it comes to protecting your home and family from the effects of an earthquake.

Preparation Tips

  • Develop an earthquake safety action plan for your family identifying places that can provide the highest amount of protection during an earthquake as well as an escape route and off-premises meeting place.
  • Become familiar with your community's disaster preparedness plan.
  • Teach family members how to shut off water, gas and electricity to the house.
  • Purchase at least one multi-purpose dry chemical fire extinguisher.
  • Install smoke detectors and change the batteries every six months.
  • Prepare an emergency supplies kit including a three day supply of bottled water and non-perishable food, as well as a manual can opener, paper plates, cups, utensils, first-aid kit, flashlight and battery-operated radio with extra batteries.
  • Retrofit your home's structure to better withstand the forces of an earthquake. This is a job for a professional architect, engineer or building contractor.
  • Retrofit nonstructural areas of your home to protect your personal property.
  • Attach cabinets and bookcases to the wall using brackets.
  • Secure heavy objects (e.g. television, stereos, computers, armoires) with brackets or safety straps.
  • Secure picture frames, bulletin boards and mirrors to walls using closed eye screws into wall studs.
  • Secure ceiling lights to supports using safety cables.
  • Apply safety film to windows and glass doors.
  • Anchor large appliances (e.g. refrigerator, stove) to walls using safety cables or straps.
  • Install flexible gas lines and automatic gas shutoff valves.
  • Tack down glassware, heirlooms and figurines with putty.
  • Install latches on kitchen cabinet doors to prevent items from falling.

Safety Tips

  • At the first sign of an earthquake, drop and take cover under a sturdy piece of furniture or against an inside wall away from objects that may fall on you.
  • Sit or stay close to the floor and hold on to furniture legs for balance.
  • Use your arm to cover and protect your eyes.
  • If there's no sturdy furniture nearby, kneel or sit close to the floor next to a structurally sound interior wall away from windows, shelves, or furniture that could fall and place your hands on the floor for balance.
  • Stay away from doorways, violent motion could cause the doors to slam against your body, crush your fingers or inflict other serious injuries.
  • Do not run outside.
  • If outdoors, quickly move into the open, away from electrical lines, trees and buildings.
  • If driving, bring your vehicle to a stop at the side of the road away from traffic.
  • Do not stop on or under bridges, near or under power lines or road signs.  

Recovery Tips

  • Be alert for aftershocks.
  • Look for injured victims and administer first aid.
  • Pay attention to damaged utilities. Avoid loose or dangling electric power lines and report all gas and electrical problems to the proper authorities.
  • Turn off any damaged utilities.
  • Check for fire hazards and use flashlights instead of candles or lanterns.
  • Wear protective shoes. Have them by your bed in case the earthquake happens in the middle of the night.
  • If your building is sound, stay inside and listen for radio advisories.

Special Thanks to the Following Organizations for Their Contributions to This Information.

American Red Cross
U.S. Geological Survey
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
California Seismic Safety Commission
California Contractors State License Board
Institute for Business and Home Safety

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Auto Insurance Quotes are Cheaper in Massachusetts?


According to a recent study, in Massachusetts people get the most inexpensive auto insurance quotes. Compared to the rest of the USA, it is cheaper to buy insurance in a state like Massachusetts. In contrast the most expensive auto insurance quotes are found in the state of Louisiana. Most of Americans have a car, but owning it isn’t just a one time payment thing, even if you aren’t paying on installments, because there are many other factors that contribute to the expenses of a car.
People have to take into consideration the costs they need to pay for regular maintenance, or any fixes that occur when the car is down, and auto insurance is a necessary thing and it has proven to be something that has contributed to the consumer expenses from time to time. People sometimes wonder if they are paying the same insurance for their car as the people from other states. Auto insurance quotes are different from state to state and you would be surprised to find out that a neighboring state gets a cheaper insurance. InsWeb conducted the study that revealed Massachusetts as the state were auto insurance quotes are the most inexpensive.
InsWeb conducted the study based on the use of an affordability factor calculation. The way this works is by taking the media auto insurance rate  for each state and dividing it by the median household income. The results showed that Massachusetts had the lowest factor, and this indicates a lower average family spending on auto insurance. However the results in other states were quite different, and the state of Louisiana had the highest factor, indicating that in this state people are paying more than in the rest of the country for auto insurance.
It is recommended that before buying an car insurance, you should try and get quotes from a couple of different insurance companies.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Car Insurance Price May Go up in 2010 in USA

Car insurance cost may go up in 2010. This is bad news. The main reason for this thing is perhaps economic recession that hurt USA. The states of Wisconsin and Louisiana will be raising minimum liability limit requirements which may cause a raise in current premiums. As of January 1, 2010, your Insurance rates will g up. Now is the best time to look into getting cheaper car Ins.
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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Find Cheap Auto Insurance Rates Online

You seem to be on the right track if you're looking for cheap car insurance. To locate the company who will offer the cheapest rates for the coverage desired. Take a few minutes to get a free quote comparison and reap the benefits all year long. Save your money for something else you’d rather spend it on.

Your car insurance rate will depend on many factors, including where you live, your driving record, your age, your car and what coverage options you choose. So even though a friend or relative got a great rate, you still need to compare rates to find the one that best fits your circumstances.

Be sure to look around to get the best deal for your money. There are many companies to choose from. Just take the time and fill out a free quote. It could save you $100's.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Esurance

Did you know that if you Switch to Esurance from your
current car insurance carrier
you can get a discount....

A Review of Modern Operating Systems

These days most of us likely use more than one operating system across the devices we use each day. Whether it’s Windows on a PC at work and iOS on a personal iPhone, or Mac OSX Mavericks at home and an Android phone for work, there is more variety out there now than ever before.

Windows 8.1, (and 8 and 7)

While Windows XP is still used by nearly 30% of Microsoft Windows users, Windows 8.1 is the latest and “greatest”. While Windows 7 marked an improvement over Windows Vista, Windows 8 introduced us to a new, touch friendly, “metro” design. Windows 8.1 further improved upon the progress made in 8. Windows 8.1 features the fastest start-up of any previous Windows version. Out of the box, 8.1 includes a lot of apps and utilities that include more windowing options and better help features. The Start button is back in this version and there is more harmony between the tiled Start screen and desktop. Web browsing also gets better in 8.1 with IE11. The Windows app store is impressive, but seems to lacks some big titles. Overall, Windows 8.1 sticks to Microsoft’s strategy of delivering an operating system that’s equally at home on tablets and full-power desktop PCs, while fixing many of the flaws of Windows 8.

Mac OSX Mavericks

Mac OSX Mavericks is the latest OS for Apple Mac laptop and desktop computers. OSX Mavericks features many apps that are better looking than previous versions and lots of performance tweaks. Power users who upgrade to Mavericks can get Timer Coalescing and Energy Optimized Audio Buffers. Mac owners who only pick up their laptop when their iPad battery dies can get iBooks, Maps, the improved iCloud sync with your phone. For the average user – the regular laptop users who uses Office and Chrome and maybe a little Photoshop on the side – not much has changed from previous versions. Overall, the latest Mavericks upgrade is free, it’s faster, it has a few new and improved apps. You’ll probably see your battery life improve after a few days, but don’t expect a radical rethinking of what a desktop computer can or should be — that job seems destined for a future version of iOS.

Linux

If you’re not the biggest Windows fan, you don’t have a Mac, and you want variety, open source applications and greater security, replacing your Windows OS with a Linux OS is a great option. There are many different versions of Linux available and they range from the best looking to the best for enterprise distribution and usage. Bodhi Linux is one of the most beautiful Linux distributions, while Xubuntu and Lubuntu is probably the best performing for desktop and laptops, respectively. SUSE and Red Hat continue to be the best for business and enterprise.

 iOS 7

With Apple’s iOS 7, the latest iOS operating system, iPhones and iPads got a complete “flat” design overhaul and new useful features like automatic updates to make everyday use easier. The new Control Center gives users quick access to most-used features. AirDrop and iTunes Radio are great additions too. Sometimes the flat design concept favors space over information so you might need to do more scrolling to get the info you need. Also, some new features aren’t available for older iPhones like the iPhone 4 and 4S. Overall, iOS 7′s new design makes it a compelling upgrade that completely transforms Apple’s mobile OS.

Android 4.4 “Kit Kat”

Android 4.4 “KitKat” is an important step forward for Android. The UI is refined and elegant, there are improvements to the calling and messaging side of the platform, there is a new focus on productivity, and your favorite digital assistant is brought front and center with Google Now at maturity. There is a real focus on the consumer in this latest version of Android, with several useful new features, a noticeable bump in performance, and some optimization to ensure that budget hardware is not left behind. “KitKat” is easily the best version of the platform to date, and Google has left it up to OEMs’ when it comes to rolling out the upgrades.
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