I'm an accountant trying to fix a phone/computer problem. I'm involved with 3 store locations in which one had a power outage. We are using a Norstar MICS 6.1 phone system. The phone in question can receive calls but can't forward calls, send to voice mail, or page an employee. This was after power outage. I know that originally the installer was on the computer to fix something but I'm not sure what to do or what direction I should pursue. Any help would be appreciated.
It sounds like the phone lost its programming of feature buttons. To reprogram them, press "Feature (star) 3" press the button to be programmed, and enter the feature code for the feature to be programmed:
Transfer -- Feature 70
Call Fwd (to mailbox) -- Feature 984
Call Fwd (to another ext.) -- Feature 4
Transfer caller to mailbox -- Feature 986
Page (general) -- Feature 60
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Determine the type of connection
you will use to upload pictures from your cell phone to your PC. For
example, if your telephone has BlueTooth capabilities and you have a
notebook computer with BlueTooth, you may be able to upload pictures
without purchasing any additional equipment.
Purchase additional equipment
needed, such a data link cable or blue tooth hardware to add to your
computer. To find the data link cable for your individual cell phone,
try visiting your local cell service provider retail store. Stores often
keep these cables in stock. The cost for a cable runs from $20.00 and
Make sure that the new cable
fits properly in your cell phone and computer ports. The computer
connection should be a basic USB connection.
Download and Install Software
Visit the website for your cell
phone's manufacturer, for example the LG website. Do a search for
downloads or software and locate the proper download for your cell phone
and Windows (or MAC) platform on your PC.
Install the software and follow
directions carefully. Often, there will be very specific steps involved
in ensuring that the cell phone and the computer recognize one another.
For example, if you connect the phone before downloading and installing
the software, the computer may not recognize your cell phone properly.
Test the software and make sure
everything is working properly. You should be able to pull up the
software and upload all the pictures and videos on your telephone. Every
cell phone manufacturer uses different software. While there isn't a
single tutorial that will cover how to use every type available, most
software comes with specific instructions and tutorials that will help
you learn how to easily use the features available.
As in most current devices, absence of power (as in shortages/outages) simulates a reset. The reset reverts the unit back to factory defaults which of course does not have user configurations and settings.
A workaround perhaps would be with the use of a UPS as those used in computer systems.
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<p>Android phones continue to be a group of phone contacts
stored on the Google "Contacts" application device, but synchronizes
contacts with other services such as Facebook and Twitter to use. This results
in duplicate contacts, only some of the information on each individual offer.
If you combine the contacts you can sync contact with the image of a Facebook
phone contact for quick recognition. <br />
<p>1. Setting up your Facebook account to sync with your phone.
Check the configuration of the account "Accounts & Sync Settings
section 'of the" Settings "app. Touch a disabled account,
select" Synchronize Contacts "to activate it, or tap" Add
Account "to the new Facebook account in the phone. <br />
<p>2. Touch the "Contacts" icon in the application
menu, or open the phone dialer on the Quick Start section and tap
"Contacts" tab. Press "Menu" and select "Display
Options." <br />
<p>3. Tap the drop-down arrow next to your Facebook account and
check the "All Contacts" box to ensure the Facebook contacts are
displayed correctly. You can disable the Facebook contacts to show when ready. Press
"Back." <br />
<p>4. Scroll down and tap the contact you want to sync to a
Facebook photo. You can choose whether the phone or contact Facebook, but if
the two names together last contact will use the name you select. Press the
"Menu", click "Edit Contact" option. Press "Menu"
and select "Join". <br />
<p>5. Scroll down and touch the second version of the list of
contacts. The two contacts together in one item and leave your Facebook
picture. Tap "Done" to save the settings. <br />
It is very easy to deal with UAC Settings in windows 7.You dont need to completely disable UAC, if you really dont want to do. Here is the step to be followed to disable UAC in windows 7Step
1: Access UAC settings by typing UAC in the start menu or control panel search OR Go to start -> Control panel - > user accounts
Once you double click on user accounts you will get a window like below. There double click on Change user account control settings option
Now you will get options to change user account control settings. You can move the slide to 4 different posiotions according to your choice. The first is more secure and the last means its disabled
Disable UAC via Registry Editor 1.Type regedit in the Start -> Search bar. 2.GotothefollowingKey:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesSystem 3.Locate REG_DWORD: EnableLUA 4.Set the value of EnableLUA to 0. 5.Locate REG_DWORD: ConsentPromptBehaviorAdmin 6.Set the value of ConsentPromptBehaviorAdmin to 0 7.Restart
Disable UAC via Group Policy
Type “gpedit.msc” in the Start -> Search bar.
Double-Click: Computer Configuration -> Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> Local Policies -> Security Options.
Locate: “User Account Control: Behavior of the elevation prompt for administrators in Admin Approval Mode” and modify to “Elevate without prompt”
.Locate: “User Account Control: Detect application installations and prompt for elevation” and modify it to “Disabled”
Locate: “User Account Control: Run all administrators in Admin Approval Mode” and modify it to “Disabled”
Locate: “User Account Control: Only elevate UIAccess applications that are installed in secure locations” and modify it to “Disabled”
This kind of problem very much depends on what kind of email accounts we're talking about. Try posting your question again with more information. What kind of an account was the old one? What kind of account is the new one?
Outlook email, for example, can be found on your computer as a .pst file, though opening it requires the password.
Gmail is a form of web-based mail which is impossible to lose, per se, because it's backed up redundantly; unless you opt to delete something permanently, that is.
Mozilla based clients such as Thunderbird create folders on your computer where you can manually locate individual email files and simply copy that content over to other folders, that is, if the new account is also Mozilla-based.
So again, solving your problem very much depends on knowing what kind of accounts are involved.
Quickest fix for this is probably to temporarily unplug the monitor power cord.
For your other outages, I assume the monitor is connected to a computer, make sure the operating system power-save features have not disabled the video output signal from the computer ... if so, monitor should re-activate when you use the mouse or hit a key on the keyboard.
If your computer has two video outputs, make sure the primary display hasn't been shifted to the other one ... try it by moving the LCD data cable to the other video connector on the computer.