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Communication port(COM$) Windows cannot determine the settings for this device. Consult the documentation that came with this device and use the Resource tab to set the configuration. (Code 34) Click 'Check for solutions' to send data about this device to Microsoft and to see if there is a solution available

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I need help to reset password Client - N380 from thinstation


This is the spec for the device

Model
Thin client NP-N380
Stand-alone operating system
WIN CE 6.0 OS
Maximum Users
Unlimited
CPU
ARM11 800HZ
RAM
128MB
STORAGE
128MB
Audio output
yes
Audio input
Yes (except remote desktop connection)
USB Port
3 or 4
COM TAP
Derivable
Support scanning gun
YES
Support touch screen
YES
Support printer
YES (Network printer)
Power input
5V~2A power 5W
Communication distance
Network Cable biggest communication valid distance
Size(mm)
115*115*26
Support Max resolution
1280*1024or1440*900@24 color depth
Whether to support the latest system patch
support
WIFI
Optional(150Mbps)
Support of the operating system
win xp/2000/2003/7/vista/2008
Keyboard mouse port
USB
Whether can do secondery development
YES
Whether could do USB upgrade
YES
Get the password from this documentation.

http://www.thinclientech.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/N380-Manual-Instruction-Embedded-Technology.pdf

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Toshiba bios settings


You may get away with a USB to Com converter from flea bay.

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How do i connect my dell latitude D610 to my Ilo tv?


Computers have become all-out media centers, capable of playing movies, music, and video games and even of streaming live television. Modern computers also come with an assortment of ports and outlets that allow easy connectivity to other devices, including televisions. Today's HDTVs can display high-resolution images ideal for showing off the media available on your computer, and they're relatively easy to connect.

Determine which type of cable to use; it will depend on which ports both your computer and TV share. Older computers and TVs will only have S-Video or VGA ports. Ideally, your computer and TV will both have HDMI ports, which allows for high-definition video and audio transfer. Consult your owner's manuals for port identification before deciding on which cable to use. Connect the computer's video outlet, either HMDI, VGA, or S-Video, to the TVs corresponding video input. These will usually be on the back of the TV and will be clearly labeled. Turn on your TV and set it to the proper video channel, which will correspond with the type of cable you have used. Some TVs have multiple ports for the same connection. Just set the video channel to whichever port you have used--for example, "HDMI 1" or "HDMI 2." On your computer, right click on your desktop and highlight "Graphics Properties," prompting a submenu to pop up. Highlight and click "Output to TV." Your computer's images should now be displayed on the TV instead of the monitor.
how to connect your PC or computer to a TV
http://www.online-tech-tips.com/computer-tips/how-to-connect-your-laptoppccomputer-to-your-tv/

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Communication port is not working properly


COM1 and COM2 refer to a computer's communications, or serial, ports. COM1 ports are often used on older PCs to connect network devices, digital cameras and mice. Faulty drivers software that enables the hardware to communicate with the operating system or incorrect hardware configuration can influence COM1 behavior. In rare cases, the expansion card that adds the serial ports to the PC can fail, rendering both COM1 and COM2 ports useless. To repair a COM1 port, you must determine what is preventing the port from working before attempting a solution.

Click "Start." Go to "Control Panel" and then click "Hardware & Sound." Select "Device Manager" from the submenu. Expand "Ports (COM & LPT)." Double-click "COM1." Review Device Status on the General tab to check for problems with the software driver. If the message "The Device Is Working Properly" appears, click "OK" to close the window; otherwise, look up the error message on Microsoft Support. Follow the directions in the Knowledge Base to correct the issue. Press "Alt" and "V" to open View. Scroll to "Resources by Type." Press "Enter." Double-click "Interrupt Request (IRQ)" to see a list of devices. Double-click "Communications Port (COM1)." Check the term to the left of COM1 to see if the card uses an ISA or PCI interface. If the card uses a PCI interface, it can use the same IRQ as another PCI device without producing a hardware conflict. If the device is ISA, it needs its own IRQ. Go to the "Resources" tab. If "No Conflicts" appears in the Conflicting Device List, close the window; otherwise, uncheck "Use Automatic Settings." Click the drop-down menu and select each configuration until the port no longer interferes with another device. If conflicts occur with each configuration, double-click "IRQ"; you may need to try different configurations before Windows gives you permission to edit the interrupt request. Click the up or down arrow to change the IRQ until the message "No Devices Are Conflicting" appears in the Conflict Information field. Click "OK" to close each window. Click "Yes" when prompted. Connect a device to the COM1 port to test the port. If the device doesn't respond, shut down the computer and then unplug the power cable. Disconnect all devices from the back of the PC. Remove the case cover and touch the computer's chassis. Set the computer on its side so that the PCI and ISA cards sit at a 90-degree angle to the floor. Find the serial ports on the back of the PC. Look on the opposite side of the case to find the associated card. Shine a flashlight onto the card and make sure that the copper contacts are not visible. If you can see the contacts, reseat the card in its slot so that it's fully installed to the motherboard. Reassemble the case and boot into Windows to test the COM1 port. If the port still fails to work, you may need to replace the serial port card.

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Network drivers are not worke propely


Instructions
    • 1 Check which communication port and interrupt your modem is set to use. Typically, these are hard-wired selections on the board itself. Changing the jumpers on the board changes the port address and interrupt number. You must give forethought to the consequences of the decision. There are only two interrupt lines usable and four port addresses that are possible. Only one port can utilize an interrupt number at a time.
    • 2 Change the port and interrupt assignment if required. Restart your system and see if this solves the problems. If not, find the documentation for your modem. You must now generate the proper initialization string for your modem to maximize your communications. Some of the settings in the initialization string determine the audible sound of the modem when dialing and connecting. More important settings have to do with number of rings to wait before hanging up, time to wait between redials, sensitivity of the modem to line noise and enabling or disabling the transfer mode of X2 or V.90 (the two formats for 56K communication).
    • 3 Find the modem driver that you are using and check that it is the correct driver. There are many drivers available based on manufacturer and model of the modem. Not only is the driver modem specific but also the recommended initialization string. Make sure your modem receives the correct initialization string in the setup file or preference window in the application that uses the modem.

May 13, 2011 | HP Pavillion DV6227 Notebook

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Internet connection error 734 extra initialization command does not work.it leads to another error 692.


692 - Hardware failure in port or attached device.
This behavior can occur if any of the following conditions exists:
  • The modem is turned off or malfunctioning.
  • If you have an external modem, the serial cable is incorrectly wired.
  • If you have an external modem, the serial cable is not securely connected or has open connections.
  • The serial port or multiport adapter on the RAS server or client is malfunctioning.
  • The handshaking options for the modem are incorrectly configured.
  • The modem is unsupported, or the chosen emulation may be incorrect.
  • The modem .inf files become corrupted or the modem driver becomes corrupte
To solve this problem, use the appropriate method:
  • Reset your modem. Consult the documentation for information about how to reset the modem.
  • If you have an external modem, make sure that you are using the correct serial cable. For more information about requirements for proper cabling, refer to the "Cabling Requirements" section in Dial-Up Networking Help.
  • If you have an external modem, make sure that the serial cable is connected securely.
  • If you are using a pin adapter to connect your external modem to your serial port, make sure that the pin adapter is wired properly for modem communication. For example, a 9- to 25-pin adapter for a mouse does not work properly with an RAS serial setup.
  • Test the serial port or multiport adapter, and replace the adapter if necessary.
  • Make sure that the handshaking options for the modem are configured properly. Consult the documentation for information about the different handshaking options that are available for your modem.
  • Contact the modem manufacturer to see if any setup and initialization information is available for your modem. Also, check the latest Windows hardware compatibility list (HCL) to make sure that your modem is supported.
  • Use Device Manager to remove the modem. You can do this in safe mode or in normal mode. Restart the computer in normal mode. Windows will redetect the modem and reinstall the correct drivers.

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How to install camera in lgc500?


you need to install a camera driver via www.lg.com website . And then install the camera via USB port. If that is built in, consult LG to determine the functionality of the camera...

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My dell D505 turned itself and will not turn back on power light flashes but thats it power supply is fine



  1. Locate Fast IR under Onboard Devices.


NOTE: Ensure that the COM port that you select is different from the COM port assigned to the serial connector.
  1. Press <Enter>.

  2. Use the arrow keys to select the infrared COM port setting.

  3. Press <Enter>.

  4. Follow the instructions on the screen.

After you enable the infrared sensor, you can use it to establish a link to an infrared device. To set up and use an infrared device, see the infrared device documentation and the Windows XP Help and Support Center

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/latd620/en/UG/setup.htm#wp1112328

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Multiport communications port(COM4)


Unless it's affecting something directly you can just leave it be. It's probably just a simple driver issue.

If you do in fact want to "fix" the problem I'd start with just uninstalling the device in the device manager and then reboot the computer.

Did you recently re-install windows? When did you notice this problem?

Nov 28, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 6400 Notebook

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Wireless network adapter


  • From another computer (or this one if you can connect to the internet through ethernet) visit http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/product.do?brandind=10&familyind=215918&operatingsystemind=49979&template=%2Fproductselection%2Flandingpages%2FbrowseByProductLandingPage.vm&validate=true and fill out the rest of the information for your specific model. (I already chose the R52 family since that's the category you posted in. If it's different then change it accordingly.)
  • Hit Continue, and then hit Downloads and Drivers from the menu on the left.
  • Choose Networking from the Refine Results menu
  • Your wireless device's driver should be in there. If there is more than one then either consult your documentation to determine which card you have or just try each one.
Good luck!

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