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Re: Compaq UPS R3000 XR Comms cable
so we could use this link it as a solution for your problem?
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First of all you should make sure that the UPS is capable of handling the mains voltage from the country you're into now. After that just cut the cable as close as possible to the old mains plug then add a new one - all you need to be sure is which is the ground wire and that is very easy to find out with a simple ohmmeter. When you will go back to the US all you will have to do is to replace the plug.
The Compaq R3000 were rebadged APC ups' and so I would suggest looking in the APC website http://www.apc.com/ and select your country and they will be able to help you out ( possibly a download of the manual and software )
start your computer in safe mode (hit F5 key during startup) go into the Administrator account and hopefully it isn't password protected , go to control panel then to user accounts and select the profile you use and remove the password
Did you ever get a resolution to this issue? I have the exact same
problem. Someone advised that I should ensure that the Sleep mode is
disabled through the config but that is already the case. Do you by any
chance have the UPS in a non-air conditioned room where it might be
getting too hot? Secondly, do you have both the battery leads connected
to the battery pack or just one of the pairs is connected?
You gave no reasons why you thought it was simply a software setting, so I gave you a link below for some management software.
The HP R3000 UPS supports HP Power Management Software (CPM) version 1.8.
In addition the HP R3000 UPS also supports the LanSafe III management software (discontinued).
My first question is: When were the batteries last changed?
If they haven't been changed in 3 or so years, then it's probably low batteries, meaning they are old and cannot take a charge anymore.
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