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Restore your computer to the date you the device worked well last. To do this go to start/all programs/accessories/system tools/system restore. When the system restore dialogue box comes up, make sure to select a date on which the device worked properly. If the date there are too early, choose "choose a different restore point" and if still necessary choose "dates more than 5 days old." Then click restore. You will not loose personal data. At the end of restore try your device again and it should work properly as it did previously on that date.
Sometimes the display will come back on if you unplug the phone at the socket, then plug back in. If this doesn't help then you need a new phone, this might be covered on your maintenance contract. I've posted a 'how to change the date and time' video on for future reference, there's lots more at www.abbeytelecom.com
WMP 11 will _ONLY_ install on a "genuine" copy of Windows.
The only ways out of the "PROTECTION" error:
* start in Safe Mode, and use System Restore to go "back" in time to a date before the problem started;
* reinstall Windows from *GENUINE* media.
You can try reseting the unit.
Reset the set to the default factory settings: All the information stored
(programmes, time and date) will be lost.
1. Disconnect the set from power supply.
2. Press and hold down "STANDBY•ON" on the set and reconnect the set.
3. As soon as "IS TV ON?" is displayed, release "STANDBY•ON."
Hopefully reseting it will clear whatever problem it is having and allow you to once again use your DVD player.
Hope this helps. Good Luck.
call your ISP and tell them you have a problem ti's probably your ISP's problem it's mroe than likely routing you in the wrong direction to connect to their server. I've had it happen to me numerous times with Time Warner internet.