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It is hard to reply without knowing what your actual attempted fixes were. I have the online Manual and the main solutions, if the error message was on the LCD, were focused on the Fine cartridges..making sure they were installed properly and if you might possibly be running out of ink.
Hi, You'll need to diagnostic codes checked - due the Service light being on. Mechanics or dealers service departments can do this or Some autoparts stores will check this for free - call ahead. Report back what you find. TD
The installation must have gone wrong somewhere, Uninstall and install again.
If the program works anyway. Just disable the "Send Error Report" message:
To access the settings for the reporting feature:
Right-click My Computer, then click Properties.
Click the Advanced tab.
Click Error Reporting.
To configure the error reporting feature:
By default, error reporting is enabled. To disable it, click Disable error reporting. To continue to be notified when errors occur without being prompted to report the errors, click to select the But notify me when critical errors occur check box.
Specify whether you want to use error reporting for the Windows operating system, for programs, or for both Windows and programs.
To report errors only for selected programs, click Choose Programs, click All programs in this list, and then click the programs that you do not want to include.
To add a program that is not listed, click Add, type the name of the program, or click Browse to find the program on your computer.
I can't say if you should change your email account or not, I had my problem with them indirectly. The "send error report" is from Microsoft and is part of the operating system. If you say yes it will send Microsoft information about the program that's having trouble and your operating system.
Depending on if your using "web mail" or "client mail" will determine which program is giving you trouble. If you download your email with a program like "Outlook Express" then you have client mail, if you log onto a web page to get your mail then it's webmail. If you use web mail the problem is probably with Internet Exployer and you'll need to reinstall it and or upgrade it. If you use client mail the problem is most likely with your email program which is usually Outlook Express, again you'll need to reinstall and/or upgrade the program.
Here is a tedious solution that works. Use MioNet and move all the files you want to keep to another drive or another computer, then delete everything from the MyBookWorld. Remove MioNet from all computers. Next access the drive's built in Shared Storage Manager with a web browser. Check the pdf manual on the install disk to find out how. Create a new shared folder and then move everything you want on the drive into the new folder WITHOUT using MioNet. Map the shared folder as a network drive for easy access. Never, ever, EVER use MioNet again and all should be good. The drive works, the MioNet software does not.
Can you surf to websites via your wireless connection without a problem? Is it only web-based email that's giving you problems? It may be caused by a firewall that is blocking traffic on your wireless connection but not on your LAN-card. Are you using a security suite (McAfee, Norton, etc)? You might want to check those settings too. Finally, make sure that the IP-settings of your wireless card are the same of those of your LAN-card. Can you connect to your router via wireless, http://192.168.1.1? Check the various settings there too. G'luck.