Wi-Fi: No hardware installed (iMac)

This has happened a couple of times. The first time I contacted Apple Support and he was unable to fix, but after restarting a few times somehow iMac fixed itself. Yesterday was different. No such luck after numerous PRAM resets and starts.  What did fix it was going into Network in System Preferences and manually turning on Wi-Fi, then restarting.

System Preferences –>
Network –>
Turn on Wi-Fi

PayPal Monthly Net

SELECT SUM(Net) AS TotalNet FROM paypal_2022 where date like ‘%2022-01%’ AND From_Email_Address !=’example@example.com’;
SELECT SUM(Net) AS TotalNet FROM paypal_2022 where date like ‘%2022-02%’ AND From_Email_Address !=’example@example.com’;
SELECT SUM(Net) AS TotalNet FROM paypal_2022 where date like ‘%2022-03%’ AND From_Email_Address !=’example@example.com’;
SELECT SUM(Net) AS TotalNet FROM paypal_2022 where date like ‘%2022-04%’ AND From_Email_Address !=’example@example.com’;
SELECT SUM(Net) AS TotalNet FROM paypal_2022 where date like ‘%2022-05%’ AND From_Email_Address !=’example@example.com’;
SELECT SUM(Net) AS TotalNet FROM paypal_2022 where date like ‘%2022-06%’ AND From_Email_Address !=’example@example.com’;
SELECT SUM(Net) AS TotalNet FROM paypal_2022 where date like ‘%2022-07%’ AND From_Email_Address !=’example@example.com’;
SELECT SUM(Net) AS TotalNet FROM paypal_2022 where date like ‘%2022-08%’ AND From_Email_Address !=’example@example.com’;
SELECT SUM(Net) AS TotalNet FROM paypal_2022 where date like ‘%2022-09%’ AND From_Email_Address !=’example@example.com’;
SELECT SUM(Net) AS TotalNet FROM paypal_2022 where date like ‘%2022-10%’ AND From_Email_Address !=’example@example.com’;
SELECT SUM(Net) AS TotalNet FROM paypal_2022 where date like ‘%2022-11%’ AND From_Email_Address !=’example@example.com’;
SELECT SUM(Net) AS TotalNet FROM paypal_2022 where date like ‘%2022-12%’ AND From_Email_Address !=’example@example.com’;

Dead car battery today

Keep the metal clamps from touching each other while clipping onto the batteries.

  • First, attach a RED clamp to the positive terminal of the DEAD battery.
  • Next, attach the RED clamp from the other end of the cables to the BOOSTER battery’s positive terminal.
  • Then, attach the BLACK clamp to the negative terminal of the BOOSTER battery.
  • Last, attach the BLACK clamp an unpainted metal part on the engine, such as a bolt or bracket, of the car with the DEAD battery. Some models have a grounding bolt placed solely for this purpose.

https://www.kbb.com/car-advice/how-to-jump-start-battery/