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plug it in to a pc,
hold the flag sybol on your keyboard and press the letter R
type in cmd then ok
typ in chkdsk <drive letter>: /f
where <drive letter> is the letter of the unit e drive g drive etc
if it says this disk is RAW, you have a bad device, otherwise try updating it or doing a master reset
Protect means a problem has been detected in the audio output stage of the amplifier and safety circuits has disabled power from the output stage to prevent further damage. Check the back of the receiver for speaker wire shorts incuding fine threads of wire. The final issue is a short in the audio output stage in the amp that will need a tech to take it to the next level.
You will need to isolate the fault to a particular stage.
The two large valves are the power output valves and operate in push/pull mode. The next stage is the phase splitter and driver stage. The next stage is the tone control and compensation. The first stage is the pre amplifier stage. To eliminate the output and drive stage you will need to inject a signal at the top end of the master volume control. Touching this point wth a screw driver will inject enough hum to give a strong buzz from the speaker, if this is the case then fault is in pre amp of tone circuity if not. Check screen feed resistors for open circuit (wire wound resistors to screen pins of output valves). Check resistors to anode and cathode pins of phase splitter for increase in value. If the output stage seems ok then isolate the fault further by touching the screw drive to the grid of the valve in the tone network and then the pre amp valve. The buzz will get louder as you progress if the stage is working ok. If not check anode voltages and resistors.
WARNING. dangerous high voltages exist in the circuits. Only ever use one hand when making contact tests, keep the other one in your pocket. If you feel this help is beyond you then please seek professional help.
All the very best from Vintie
press del and get into bios click optimizes settings then save and exit if still the screen doesn't go further remove the power from the hdd and the ide cable or sata cable and remove all the add on cards and restart the system when you restart you find no boot device connect the ide to the primary ide connector and restart your computer if the page doesn't show no boot device change your ide cable
> Blocked VLK
> Windows Product Key: *****-*****-3R89F-D2KXW-VPK3J
> Windows License Type: Volume
> Windows OS version: 5.1.2600.2.00010100.3.0.
Where did you obtain the CD-ROM that you used to install Windows,
using that Product Key?
A "VLK' is a "volume license key" -- when some organization purchases a specific number
of licenses to install Windows XP, Microsoft issues a "volume" license-key,
so that all (up to the number of licenses they purchased) computers in that organization
can use the _same_ license-key.
If Microsoft detects that the product-key is being used *OUTSIDE* of that specific organization,
then Microsoft will *BLOCK* all attempts to "activate" Windows that cite that product-key.
I did a Google-search for '3R89F-D2KXW-VPK3J' and Google reported 37 THOUSAND web-pages that contain that string. That is a *DEFINITE* sign that the VLK has been "leaked" onto the Internet.
So, you are trying to use a "non-genuine" copy of Microsoft Windows XP.
Thus, you are a "SOFTWARE PIRATE".
Purchase a *GENUINE* copy of Windows XP (or Vista or 7) and install it,
and throw away your "pirated" copy of Windows.
Remove the back plate go to Main Board then go to JP1 remove the Black jumper, connect the power cord, will show message error data and press Green Button (the Big Green for actv the copy) after that the machine do a reset and will clear the error. Return the back plate and connect power again and will work back fine.
TO RESET THE COPIER (after getting an Error Code of E000): (Canon ImageCLASS D861)
1) Press the Additional Functions button a. It will blink green
2) Press the < # > button a. You will see the following: SERVICE MODE # 1 SSSW
3) Press the < + > or < ►> button until you see the following: SERVICE MODE # 7 PRINTER
4) Press the < Set > button a. You will see the following: # 7 PRINTER # 1 SSSW
5) Press the < + > or < ►> button until you see the following: # 7 PRINTER # 4 PRINTER RESET
6) Pres the < Set > button a. You will see the following: # 7 PRINTER < YES NO >
7) Press the < – > or < ◄ > button to choose YES: a. You will see the following: # 7 PRINTER # 5 MLT CLEANING
8) Unplug the printer and wait for 15 seconds. Then plug it back in.
Hey! Usually, DVDs have some protections which prevent DVD users copying DVDs freely. Theser protections include CSS protection, region code protection etc. Therefore, you need to remove DVD protections first if you want to copy DVDs. There are some DVD Copy software which can do this. I have a good luck with this DVD Copy which works fine. You can have a try if you like.
Hope that helps.