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a mode is a operation program in the computer
for example mode 1 is timer time
mode 2 is set adjusted time
mode 3 no of sprinklers on mode 4 set
mode 5 etc
the mode is used to move from one program to another and once a change is made in that setting the mode button then saves that setting
all of this would be explained in the operators manual
A program that is set to launch at boot is corrupted and crashes Windows.
Since troubleshooting the boot programs is a complicated job, you should go the sure way: reinstall Windows. Once that is done reload the programs one at a time.
I have the same clock and had the same problem. My clock was a demo and had no instructions with it. Here is the solution: 1. Pull out the battery and wait 10 seconds then replace the battery. The satellite symbol should start flashing after a few seconds. 2. Put the clock outside or in a window sill till it updates. This could take a couple of minutes. 3. Press the Mode button once to enter programming mode. 4. Press the Adjust button as many times as needed to toggle through the time zones. 5. Press the Mode button once to exit programming mode.
move the pgm key to pgm mode
125 subtotal ( tax table)
rate tax and subtotal
beginning level tax ejemplo : for ten cent = 10 and subtotal
to applay the tax to dept or plu
move the pgm key to pgm mode
1 and all dept o plu
there are buttons inside the coin door for programming. one to get into the programming mode, and the other(s) for selecting options. the options will appear on the screen. you should be able to chose it from there.
Unfortunately programming in Memory Resident Mode on Vista will not be supported,
however if you program your unit on an XP or 2000 machine first you will be
able to “run” your unit on Vista.
Because we are unable to program in Memory Resident Mode in a Vista environment
we are currently moving to new firmware called MWII which supports a mode
called Boot Mode. Boot Mode is very similar to Memory Resident Mode in that
when operating in Boot Mode all of your X-keys device's macros are stored in
the X-keys device's internal memory. Our MacroWorks II software is required to
write programming to an X-keys device operating in Boot Mode or to read
programming from that device.
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for me please email me at: Roccol@piengineering.com