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I have work to do – Bolt … Sprinter clocks 9.98 seconds for Ostrava win

first_imgJamaican sprinter Usain Bolt was certainly not satisfied after his 9.98-second win in the 100m at yesterday’s Golden Spike meet in Ostrava, admitting that he has a lot of work to do to get up to speed. Bolt walked out of the starting blocks before building up some power midway the race and powering to the finish line without company. “The power behind the start wasn’t there. I didn’t execute,” said the Jamaican. “I had to get to work a little bit harder at the end to get up the speed.” “If I can improve that, it should be OK.” Bolt is next scheduled to compete at the Racers Grand Prix in Kingston on June 11, the National Senior Championships and then at the London Diamond League meet on July 22 before the Rio Olympic Games. However, despite posting his first sub-10 clocking of the season, the defending double Olympic sprint champion believes he still has a lot of work to do ahead of the Olympic Games. “This is a very important season. This is a very big year for me,” said Bolt. “I have a lot work to do. I just need to continue, need more races to go.” Ramon Gittens of Barbados finished second in 10.21, with Iran’s Hassan Taftian finishing third in 10.25. Other Jamaican winners included Christine Day and Javon Francis, while Kaliese Spencer had to settle for second place, with Jaheel Hyde falling before the end of his 400m hurdles event. Francis ran a well-paced race for his 400m victory, which arrived in 44.87 – his third straight sub-45 seconds clocking this season. USA’s Tony McQuay, 45.17 was next best with home boy Pavel Maslak, 45.46 finishing third. WOMEN’S 400M Day was commanding in her 51.09 win in the women’s 400m ahead of Carline Muir (Canada), 51.84 and Jessica Beard (USA), 51.88. Kaliese Spencer, 55.43, was out-sprinted by Joanna Linkiewicz (Poland), 55.40 with world champion Zuzana Hejnova (Czech) 55.69 taking third place. Young Hyde fell in his 400m hurdles event after clipping the seventh hurdle as he made his way around the 200m bend very much in the thick of the action with the event eventually going to South African LJ van Zyl, 48.67 with Johnny Dutch (USA), 49.01 finishing second and Patryk Dobek, 49.51 ending in third place. Another highlight came from Olympic champion Renaud Lavillenie, who didn’t meet his 6.00m ambition after clearing 5.83m to win the pole vault, beating World champion Shawnacy Barber, who made 5.70m. Decathlon Olympic and World champion Ashton Eaton withdrew after two jumps in the long jump “During the second jump, I felt something happen in my left quad,” Eaton said. “I don’t know what happened, but I don’t want to take a risk in the Olympic season.”last_img read more

If your PC does not turn on anymore try this

first_imgIf your PC does not turn on anymore, try this by Martin Brinkmann on April 22, 2016 in Tutorials – Last Update: June 18, 2019 – 23 commentsI’m not a hardware guy. While I’m capable of building a PC from scratch by selecting compatible components and putting it all together, I’m only interested in hardware when I’m about to build a new PC and not the other time of the year.One of the first things I do each morning is to power on a PC. Imagine my surprise when my PC would not boot at all.This guide provides you with tips that may help you fix the not turning on issue on your own. Please note though that it won’t provide a 100% surefire way of fixing things as there is none.Instead, we are going to take a look at basic diagnostic options that may help you understand what is happening. Often, it is a basic issue that is easily fixed even if you have no idea about components that computers use to function.InspectionAlso a good time to clean the PC from dust.Instead of panicking right away, take a look at your PC and the connected components. In particular, check the following:Do other electronic devices work. If power is out completely, those won’t work as well.Check the power connection to the PC. Make sure the cable is not lose. Also, make sure the power connection is working by testing it with another electronic device.PCs have a power on/off switch on the back usually. Make sure the switch is in the on position.Check if the PC monitor has power, and that its connection to the PC is firm in place.Do you hear fans and the PC powering up when you turn it on?Check the power and reset buttons at the front. Do they appear stuck or out of place?After inspecting the PC externally, it is time to open it up if the above suggestions do not fix the issue. While I’d suggest you turn off the power before you do so, you may get important clues why something is not working if you keep the power on for a moment longer. Just make sure you don’t touch anything hardware related after you open the PC while it is turned on.Open the left side of the PC panel. You may need a screwdriver for this or can use your hands to do so depending on the case used.The motherboard indicates with an LED light usually if it gets power. If you don’t see any light there, it can mean that cables are not connected properly anymore, or that the power supply or motherboard are dead.Try hitting the on switch again. Do you hear fans starting to work inside the PC? Or beeping sounds that come from the internal speaker system?If you hear fans starting, you know that the motherboard is getting power. Beeping sounds indicate issues and you can check out the codes here on this page.Please remove the power connector from the PC and switch the power supply state to off before you continue.Once you have done so, it is time to check the connecting cables. As far as components are concerned, the most important ones are the power supply unit at the back that supplies power to the system, the motherboard, the processor, the video card, and memory.I suggest you check all cables and make sure they are firmly in place. If you notice a lose cable, it may very well be the reason why the PC did not turn on.Also, check that memory and the video card are connected properly.The power on button was stuck on the PC that would not boot this morning. All I had to do was put it in the right place to have the system boot up again without any further issues.Once you are done with the checking, plug the power cord back in and flip the power switch back to on. Try starting the PC and monitor what is happening.What if those methods did not fix the issue?One thing you can try is remove any component that is not required to run the PC. This means external devices, all but one memory module, internal cards (not the video card obviously).Best option here is to remove everything at once, and remember where each component went, to see if the PC starts up afterwards. If it does, add each component one by one to the machine again and test if it caused the issue.If that does not work, then you may want to test other components if you have them around. You may not have a spare power supply unit, motherboard or cpu though, and even if you do, may not be comfortable testing the system on your own.Your best bet then is to ask a friend for help if you know someone who is proficient in these things, or take your PC to a repair shop to get it looked at there.SummaryArticle NameIf your PC does not turn on anymore, try thisDescriptionTry the following, no computer science degree required fixes, if your PC does not turn on anymore when you hit the power switch.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more