I just wanted to chime in and report the same problem with Scramble Challenge Edition that several others have reported. Namely, I have been unable to connect and play online for about 2 weeks now. This was a great feature that my wife and I use to enjoy immensely. I'm quite worried that it may have been discontinued for good.
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You can print the machine's information and job report.
1. Press Menu on the control panel.
2. Press the up/down arrow to highlight System Setup and press OK.
3. Press the up/down arrow to highlight Reports and press OK.
4. Press the up/down arrow until the report or list you want to print appears.press OK.
To print all reports and lists, select All Reports.
5. Press the left/right arrow to highlight Yes at the Printing? prompt and press OK
I have been having the same problem with Scramble Challenge Edition on my iPhone. I tried my wife's phone (she also has the App) and get the same error screen. Some time ago they stopped listing the game at the App Store and I suspect they have now disabled the online feature. It's a shame, as it was a very fun addictive game. I searched and searched to no avail, but I can't find any mention of it. This surprises me also, as there always seemed to be a ton of people online playing.
Your server tries to "boot" from several sources:
* network (if you have a "boot-server" somewhere on your network)
So, if your computer FAILS to boot from the first 3 devices, above, it will try the 4th, namely via your network-adapter.
When your computer finds that its network-adapter is *NOT* connected via an Ethernet cable to a boot-server, it reports "check cable" and "test of the media has failed".
So, why did your server *NOT* boot from the 3rd device, namely your disk-drive? Solve that problem, and the 4th device (the "network-boot") will not be tried, and the error-messages will not appear.
Hi, There a couple of different way you could do this and I have put two lots of VB code below that you can modify and use. Firstly you create the Combobox list by choosing the option that you will type the values yourself, you then type in all your report names on each line. After that you can then go to the VB code editor and paste my code in and modify it by changing my report names, (Customers) etc to your report names. Make sure you choose the Combobox and the On_Click option in the VB editor to paste the code into. I like the first method better which checks the value of the Combobox and then opens the corrosponding report in the maximised form. The second method does the value check before running an assigned macro to open each report. With this you must first assign macros to each report in Access. Remember each of these bits of code must be placed between the "Private Sub" heading and the "End Sub" ending, and change the "Combo23" name to reflect your combobox too. If you need a hand just email me.
If Combo23.Value = "Customers" Then DoCmd.OpenReport "Customers", acViewPreview, acWindowNormal DoCmd.Maximize
If Combo23.Value = "Customers" Then DoCmd.RunMacro "Macro1" DoCmd.Maximize ElseIf Combo23.Value = "Customers 1" Then DoCmd.RunMacro "Macro2" DoCmd.Maximize ElseIf Combo23.Value = "Customers 2" Then DoCmd.RunMacro "Macro3" DoCmd.Maximize End If