number one reason for problems with installations with VB application
is when someone attempts to shortcut the installation process that is
necessary for VB. Generally this is someone new to the installation
process of VB applications. Many don't understand all that NEEDS to be done will have many problems. Use an installation package such as Inno Setup (free) COMBINED with InnoScript (not the Inno Setup Wizard)
that will help you get all the dependencies and generate an
installation script. This will help you avoid serious problems later.
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unfortunately water has a way of finding it's way into the circuit board, when it does it causes immeasurable damage, as parts of the circuit, and components that were not meant to get voltage are exposed to it, this generally ruins the machine's motherboard, with little chance of recovery. The HD may be OK as may be the DVD however anything electronic will generally be ruined,sorry. A recovery DVD is only good for SOFTWARE, problems... you have a hardware issue.
There is a port, Memory range, or IRQ conflict between the two units (printer and network adapter. You need to go to: Control Panel>System Maintenance>System>Device Manager check the 2 parts you are having trouble with, they might be in the "?" area. You can also delete the network adapter here and that might fix your printer problem, if not you will have to delete and re-install the printer. It is possible that these 2 units will not work together. If you do re-install the network adapter try to do it with the advanced options so you can change to parameters.
Windows Vista; belkin says it's compatible. install program downloads, but desktop shortcut does not appear. When I attempt to open the file, I get error message "IP802MR MFC application has stopped working." IP802MR is the name of that file.
As long as you know the password to the administrator account log into that and give your account administrator rights and you should be able to access the internet afterwards. I'm not sure exactly how this is done if it works like XP did then you will need to boot in safe mode by usually hitting f8 during the initial booting up of your computer.
Vista has very little drivers for equipment sad but true. However in your case you can use Airport Extream.
However here is what an apple tech had to say:
If you are a Vista user and you don't have access to a Mac, you will not be able to get this working.
Apple hasn't yet stirred itself to release a version of Airport Express Assistant that works with Windows Vista - you can't set it up via Windows' own networking software and nor does the Airport Admin Utility work under Vista. It installs and you can run it, but it returns error messages if you try and connect to the Airport Express.
I had to use a Mac to get it working, though once it's set up as a client to your existing wireless network, you can stream from iTunes on a Vista PC to the Airport Express.
The documentation is very poor, too, with this: I had to do extensive Googling first to track down the fact that I couldn't set it up with Vista and second to identify the device's IP address and default password.
Having said that, it is a breeze to set up via a Mac and works like a dream witih Vista once it's up and running. But don't bother if you have Vista until Apple updates the software.
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