I need help. My gmail account, (Firefox Win7) got switched to the basic html version. There’s “supposed” to be a button on there that sends it back to the standard view. It doesn’t seem to exist. Any idea how to change it back?
For bonus points, my phone has been stuck like this for years too. (Firefox Android) It’s even been that way across multiple phones. The setting is stuck there on google’s end, and I CAN NOT figure out a way to fix it.
Basically, yeah. There’s a button in the Standard view to change to Basic HTML view. There’s supposed to be one that goes the other way, but it’s never been there. That’s how my phone has been stuck in Basic view for along time now.
My PC just out of the blue asked me to verify if I really wanted to use the Basic view. It offered two buttons, standard or basic. But it wouldn’t let me click on the standard. It did however accept the click on the basic. FUCK ME.
In an attempt to reset, I logged out, and was going to log back in. I can’t get back in. The forgot password feature keeps rejecting my answers on the “what was your first phone number” question. There’s only so many variations of that answer, and I’ve tried it with hyphens / area code, and without. Also, it should be offering to send a code to my phone, but it’s not.
The way this just popped up out of the blue, and it’s refusal to do the normal things it’s supposed to do makes me think they pushed out a bad update or something. I hope that’s all it is. Wait and see for now.
Just tried it. Same bs. Can’t get past the password.
Trying to update / change my account verification info via phone. Gotta update Firefox first. Which is gonna suck, cause every update makes a bunch of meaningless changes that just make using it harder, until you finally figure them out, and they update that shit again.
2. Under Create Windows 10 installation media , click Download tool now and Run .
3. Choose Upgrade this PC now , assuming this is the only PC you’re upgrading. (If you’re upgrading a different machine, choose Create installation media for another PC , and save the installation files.)
4. Follow the prompts.
5. When the upgrade is complete, go to Settings Update & Security > Activation , and you should see a digital license for Windows 10.
I was in college when Win8 came out, and they gave out a bunch of free licensed copies. I pretty much sat on mine, till tonight. I yanked an old 'puter out of storage and loaded Win8 on it for a project that I want to keep physically separate from my main computer.
Now it utterly refuses to update anything.
I think I can get it to 8.1 manually updated. But frankly, I’ve had enough for tonight. Bed time.