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The thin client all of the sudden just started recognizing the power cable - the LAN and READ ports dont light up. When we change cables it doesnt work either, whereas the same cable works for others. The problem therefore seems to be the thin client. I dont know what else to try since Ive changed all cables, etc. PLEASE HELP ;)

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Since you posted this four months ago, there has been some major updates from NComputing to improve the USB architecture. This should improve support for peripherals such as your printer. Download the latest software for either W2K3 (v4.9.5) or W2K8r2 (v6.1.3) and update your system. Lastly, it is critical, and I mean absolutely critical, that you update the firmware on the L300 as well. The firmware is included with the vSpace update so once the host is updated, go to the L300 and tell it to update the firmware. The current firmware version that works with v6.1.3 or v4.9.5 is v1.4.1. As of this writing, 8/16/11, those are the current versions.

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