It seems to be a keyboard problem. when I type it will suddenly jump to the beginning and delete everything before it, only notepad seems to work. also it seems to be starting up only sometimes.... it would freeze with no applications running or during typical tasks. Rebooting could take as long as 20 minutes. Screen would not always turn on.
You can connect an external keyboard and see if the problem persists. That would rule out a keyboard problem.
Also connect an external mouse to see if the system is frozen or the keyboard/mouse combo are just not working.
If its a keyboard problem, chances are you either spilled something on it or the connector came loose from vibration or general use.
Unscrew the keyboard and reseat the cable.
See if the problem is resolved.
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If you log on to SP1 using VT100 and you get garbage the port is properly set for CPSS and you will have to use a craft interface to log on talking CPSS to the node. The S1 switch on the control card is to reset the database on the node, but you can also use this to reset the SP1 port back to VT100...be very careful doing the following procedure as you can delete the database. Power down the node and press and hold in S1 then power up the node still pressing in S1, look at the the display it will after going trough it's start up process display a "0" ...release S1 and press S1 again....this will reset your SP1 to VT100 and you will be able to log on again. "0" reset SP1 and if it display a "1" and you carry on you will delete the database. As I warned you the "1" will delete the database, if for some reason you are stuck on "1" just power done the node without pressing S1 and it will restore as previous setting....good luck!!!
1. Click the Start Menu and click the "Run" icon. If a "Run" icon is not listed, press the Windows key on your keyboard and "R" at the same time.
2. Type "regedit" (without quotations) and press "Enter" key to open the Vista Registry Editor.
3. Look for the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE" entry in the left pane and click the expansion arrow next to it.
4.Click the expansion arrow next to the "SOFTWARE" entry.
5.Click the expansion arrow next to "Microsoft."
6.Click the expansion arrow next to "Windows."
7.Click the expansion arrow next to "CurrentVersion."
8.Click the "Internet Settings" entry.
9.Look for "MaxConnectionsPerServer" and "MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server" in the right pane. If you see them, skip steps 10-12. If they are not there, follow steps 10-12.
10.Right-click in the right pane.
11.Highlight the "New" menu item and select "DWORD Value."
12.Create two DWORD values named "MaxConnectionsPerServer" and "MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server".
13.Open the MaxConnectionsPerServer entry by double-clicking it.
14.Enter a number between 10 and 16 in the "value" section in the format: 00000010, where the last two digits represent a number between 10 and 16. 16 opens up the browser to the most bandwidth, making it faster. The default is 6, which is optimal for dial-up browsers
“Netsh” is a nifty utility to change system networking settings, locally or remotely. To run Netsh click on start then RUN and type CMD press ENTER.
When the command prompt comes up type Netsh, now you should be ready to execute commands. Simple huh. Just to warm up type “interface ip show config“ that will show up the TCP/IP network settings.
Now, how you change the IP address and Default Gateway settings? To
change the Local Area Connection TCP/IP settings type the following
interface ip set address name=”Local Area Connection” static 192.168.10.42 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.1
there will be various type of problem , probably there will be link problem, problem in line-of-sight, if link side that is BSC side have any type of problem in IDU of Base side then Base side might have serious problem occurred. specify your problem, what type of problem you faced , then i can try give solution.
1) go to the start panel and click run
2) then type msconfig into the run box to bring up the system configuration utility
3)on the far left there is a tab titled startup click on that to see everything that is launched at startup
Startup items- the process names
command- the program name or location
location- the registry location (irrelevant)
4) Locate the avaya program and uncheck it
5) click apply and it should not start at start up anymore