- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
1. Click the Start Menu and click the "Run" icon. If a "Run" icon is not listed, press the Windows key on your keyboard and "R" at the same time.
2. Type "regedit" (without quotations) and press "Enter" key to open the Vista Registry Editor.
3. Look for the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE" entry in the left pane and click the expansion arrow next to it.
4.Click the expansion arrow next to the "SOFTWARE" entry.
5.Click the expansion arrow next to "Microsoft."
6.Click the expansion arrow next to "Windows."
7.Click the expansion arrow next to "CurrentVersion."
8.Click the "Internet Settings" entry.
9.Look for "MaxConnectionsPerServer" and "MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server" in the right pane. If you see them, skip steps 10-12. If they are not there, follow steps 10-12.
10.Right-click in the right pane.
11.Highlight the "New" menu item and select "DWORD Value."
12.Create two DWORD values named "MaxConnectionsPerServer" and "MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server".
13.Open the MaxConnectionsPerServer entry by double-clicking it.
14.Enter a number between 10 and 16 in the "value" section in the format: 00000010, where the last two digits represent a number between 10 and 16. 16 opens up the browser to the most bandwidth, making it faster. The default is 6, which is optimal for dial-up browsers
If you log on to SP1 using VT100 and you get garbage the port is properly set for CPSS and you will have to use a craft interface to log on talking CPSS to the node. The S1 switch on the control card is to reset the database on the node, but you can also use this to reset the SP1 port back to VT100...be very careful doing the following procedure as you can delete the database. Power down the node and press and hold in S1 then power up the node still pressing in S1, look at the the display it will after going trough it's start up process display a "0" ...release S1 and press S1 again....this will reset your SP1 to VT100 and you will be able to log on again. "0" reset SP1 and if it display a "1" and you carry on you will delete the database. As I warned you the "1" will delete the database, if for some reason you are stuck on "1" just power done the node without pressing S1 and it will restore as previous setting....good luck!!!
I am not sure if it work, why don't you check if it is the port problem by switching the wire or plug other computer to that port. If you can get online then it is not the port problem, slowly add 1 computer at a time to see if there is limit on number of computer you can connect.
Secondly, check the setting on your router, is there restriction of how many computer can get the ip.
If you type ipconfig /all on dos of each computer connect, you get the gateway, can you ping the gateway on each?
AllPinouts is a Web-based free content project (like Wikipedia) that collects information about hardware interfaces of modern and obsolete hardware, including pinouts of ports, expansion slots, and other connectors of computers and different digital devices (i.e. Cellular Phones, GPS, PDA, Game Consoles, etc.). All text is available under the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL) and may be distributed or linked accordingly. AllPinouts archive already contains hundreds of pages organized into three main categories (Connectors, Cables, Adapters) and several subcategories.
You can purchase a similar fan from Radio Shack for $12.99. To open the unit you will need to remove 3 crews from the top of the unit toward the rear and two screws on the back of the unit. You will also need to remove the two threaded connectors on each side of the console port. Then just slide the top of the unit off. Take the old fan into Radio Shack and buy a similar fan. The amps and rpms will not match exactly, but that will be fine, just get fan within a ma of your current fan. Should only take about 10 minutes to do this repair yourself.