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Hello, If you are seeking good Apparel point of sale system to your company to maintain your sale inventory correctly then i have good resource to you just visit visual retail plus: http://www.visualretailplus.com/page.asp?title=generalDes .

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After installing a modem driver in my Dell Optiplex360 XP, it detect the modem and when i try to access the modem through device manager or uninstall from control panel the system hault. and a message like...


Did you download the driver from the DELL site?
If you use your resource CD, it will detect the hardware in your system correctly.

Start the system in safe mode (F8 at startup
Go to Device Manager (Control panel, device manager)
Remove the modem from the list
Now insert the resource CD and after it loads, it will pout check marks next to each item that is found in your system
Select the modem and install the driver.

If you do not have the resource cd
Boot to safe mode
Start the device manager
Remove the modem
Install the driver from the dell website
Reboot

If these do not work, the modem may be at fault.
If it is the modem that came with the machine, it could be going bad.
If it is new or different modem, it probably is incompatible with your system.

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Hey can u get me a link for visual basic 6.0 free download


hi ...ya i can get u the website for free download of this visual basic software..
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http://www.topshareware.com/download-visual-basic-6.0-free/downloads/1.htm

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I have a runtime error 9 subscript out of range, when i try to open a program


  1. Start the Visual Basic Editor (press ALT+F11).
  2. If Project Explorer is not visible, press CTRL+R to activate Project Explorer.
  3. Click to select the Visual Basic project that contains the module sheet that you want to copy.
  4. On the Tools menu, click References. Click to select the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications Extensibility 5.3 check box, and then click OK.
  5. Click Module on the Insert menu.
  6. Type the following code into the module sheet: Sub CopyModule() Dim CodeLines As String Dim ModuleToCopy As VBComponent Dim NewModule As VBComponent ' Set a variable to the module to copy. ' Note: This assumes that the name of the module to copy is ' "module2". Replace "Module2" with the name of the module to copy. Set ModuleToCopy = _ Application.VBE.ActiveVBProject.VBComponents("module2") ' Get the Visual Basic code from the module. CodeLines = ModuleToCopy.CodeModule.Lines _ (1, ModuleToCopy.CodeModule.CountOfLines) ' Create a module sheet in another workbook. ' Note: You must refer to the name of the Visual Basic project. By ' default, the name of all new projects is "VBAProject". You may want ' to rename the project to which you are copying the contents of the ' module sheet. Set NewModule = Application.VBE.VBProjects("VBAProject") _ .VBComponents.Add(vbext_ct_StdModule) ' Add the Visual Basic code to the new module. NewModule.CodeModule.AddFromString CodeLines ' Rename the new module to the name of the previous module. NewModule.Name = ModuleToCopy.Name End Sub
  7. Run the CopyModule procedure.

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Hot keys are not working on my Asus laptop


http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/networking/setup/wireless.mspx

This is because of
The Human Interface Device (HID) is not configured to wake the computer when you press a key on the keyboard or mouse.

RESOLUTION

Use Device Manager to troubleshoot possible hardware configuration problems on your computer
In Device Manager, look for marked problems with devices. If there is a problem with a device, it is listed in the hardware tree under Computer.

Additionally, the problem device has a symbol that indicates the type of problem, for example a black exclamation point (!) on a yellow field indicates the device is in a problem state. Note that a device that is in a problem state can function.

A red X indicates a disabled device. A disabled device is a device that is physically present in the computer and is consuming resources, but does not have a protected-mode driver loaded.

A blue i on a white field on a device resource, in Computer Properties, indicates that the Use Automatic Settings feature is not selected for the device and that the resource was manually selected. Note that this does not indicate a problem or disabled state.

At the top of the property sheet, there is a description of the device. When you click the Resource tab, the window in the middle of the tab indicates which resource types are available for the selected device.

The list box at the bottom contains a Conflicting Device list. This list indicates a conflict with an error code. If any devices are listed as having a conflict, disable the devices in Device Manager. To do so, follow these steps:
1. Double-click the branch that contains the device that you want to disable, click the device, and then click Properties.
2. On the General tab, click to select the Disable In This Hardware Profile check box, and then click OK.
3. Restart your computer

If no devices are listed as having a conflict, follow these steps to disable devices in Device Manager:
1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
2. On the Hardware tab, double-click System, and then click Device Manager.
3. On the Device Manager tab, disable all devices under the following branches:
• Display adapters
• Floppy disk controllers
• Hard disk controllers
• Keyboard
• Mouse
• Network adapters
• Ports
• PCMCIA socket
• SCSI controllers
• Sound, video, and game controllers

To disable a device in Device Manager, follow these steps:
a. Double-click the branch that contains the device that you want to disable, click the device, and then click Properties.
b. On the General tab, click to select the Disable In This Hardware Profile check box , and then click OK.
c. Restart your computer.
4. If the problem is resolved, enable the devices that you disabled in step 3, and then verify that no devices are conflicting.

Note Enable devices in the following order:
• COM ports
• Hard disk controllers
• Floppy disk controllers
• Other devices
To enable a device and look for possible conflicts, follow these steps:
a. Double-click the branch that contains the device that you want to enable, click the device, and then click Properties.
b. On the General tab, click to clear the Disable In This Hardware Profile check box.
c. Click the Resources tab, and then verify that there are no conflicts listed under the Conflicting Device List.

Note that the Resources tab does not appear for each device.
d. Click OK, and then restart your computer.
If this resolves the issue, contact the manufacturer to update the device driver. for the keyboard

Aug 14, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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