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Your Wake up device is in DND.... it either didn't hang up or it didn't answer. You should contact your vendor to have them check the RAD (Recorded Announcement Device). Unless you know the extension number associated with it (the installers use different numbering from site to site and I couldn't even guess for you), you won't be able to clear the DND. If you do know the ext number... follow these instructions from the attendant console.
To apply Do Not Disturb on an extension: • Press the DO NOT DISTURB function key or dial *85. The LCD shows EXT-NUMBER ?. • Dial the desired extension number. • Press the DND ON softkey. • If desired, press the NEW EXT softkey to apply or remove Do Not Disturb on another extension. • Press the EXIT softkey. To remove Do Not Disturb on an extension: • Press the DO NOT DISTURB function key. The LCD shows EXT-NUMBER ?. • Dial the desired extension number. The LCD shows the extension number and DO NOT DISTURB. • Press the DND OFF softkey. • If desired, press the NEW EXT softkey to apply or remove Do Not Disturb on another extension. • Press the EXIT softkey.
If you can't get the key out of the ignition, it's probably the ignition switch (where the key goes in) that is bad, not the starter. The starter is on the right side under the exhaust manifold behind the right front wheel. It's not easy to change on those unless you know what you're doing.
Open your device manager again and go down to the bottom where the USB controllers are.
Click on the plus sign and right click on the "standard enhanced pci to usb host contoller"
Click on disable.
Reboot and when you do you may have to unplug the EUB 362 EXt and plug it back in.
You should then see the grey bars in the lower right of your screen where the two monitors are.
Then click "Start" and then "Connect To" and your available networks screen should pop up.
Double click on the network you want to connect to and away you go.
Without looking up details on versions, I think you may have an early D1232. Look at the plate on lower edge/front and see if there is a number in a circle. If there is no version number, the serial number will tell when the system was made.