It doesn't happen with all the softwares..only when i run certain softwares my system reboots n next time in the explorer gives a msg that the system has recovered from a serious problem...this has happened when i ran adobe after effects cs3 n counter strike source
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This can be a number of things. "Blue Screens" indicate some piece of hardware is going bad. Most likely it is add-ware or some spy-ware happening in your system files. I use Spybot search and destroy. It is free and it will clean that out. It may be time to do a reboot as well on your system software "Operating System" from the restore disc and start fresh. I have to do this once in awhile to keep things running smoothly if I do not catch certain things coming into play on my machines. John
Most likely it is a corrupt software installation.
You can try the easy things first:
1) Unplug the USB cable from the computer
3) Plug the USB cable back into the computer, see if the communication error happens again
If that doesn't work, time to reinstall the software:
1) Go to Control Panel > Add Remove Programs OR Programs (depending on which version of Windows you have)
2) Remove every piece of software related to your printer
3) Unplug the USB cable from your computer
5) Disable any Anti-Virus or Firewall software that you have running
6) Re-run the printer installation software
This means you need to restart your computer. This typically happens after installing software or updating certain programs. Just go to the start menu, and click on turn off computer or just click "OK" or "Restart Now" next time the message comes up.
cERTAINLY ANOTHER APP LOADED USES the same system files as roxio, so it is waiting "in the queue" for its to be usable, manage to close all running applications. (some need to CTRL-AL-DEL "end process" (in the process tab) 'cos they're not in windows with a red cross upright)
or bad version of aspi drivers down & install http://www.adaptec.com/en-US/speed/software_pc/aspi/aspi32_exe.htm reboot before cheking
Hi. Forgive me for asking, but did you try unplugging everything, including the firewire, and plugging it in again?
If you try this and it doesn't work, try shutting your laptop down gracefully, then unplug all the Firebox connectors including the electricity. Wait about 10 seconds, then reboot your laptop. Don't open your recording software yet.
Connect the electricity and the firewire as described in the Firebox manual, and then open your recording software. If this doesn't work, something might be wrong with the Firebox.
The problem you have happens once in a while with mine--it seems to be connected with overheating or something. Anyone else have this problem?
The phone is in a continuous because it is trying to connect to the NBX. You need to make sure it is on the same network as the NBX. Also, within the NBX you need to make sure Auto-Discovery is enabled. You also need to check how many group 2 licenses you have, as this phone requires one to run on the NBX.