Question about Olympus Cameras
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Webpage error details
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What version of IE8 are you running, (image is showing beta) but do a IE update and maybe a reset for IE, (tools, Internet Options, last tab and you see the reset button)
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Posted on Dec 01, 2009
SOURCE: Computer pop up
stack overflow at line: 0
Today, I noticed the following issue
(IE only, of course). Running a page that does some comet (via “XHR GET”
for long-polling), I got the following warning: “stack overflow at
line: 0′ and the application stopped working…
I did some google-searches and found some “hints” that said I should disable my third-party tools for IE etc. That sounds strange…
In fact the problem was the odd cache behavior of the IE. The XML (from the “long-polling servlet”) was cached and its JS was executed; also the application itself started the polling too, so I (no IE) ran into this odd issue…
Changing the server-side code – that is responsible to render the XML – to have no cache rules (e.g.”Cache-Control”:”no-cache”) did the trick. It worked again. Of course, on your “comet output” you potentially don’t want cache to be present…
So fixing the cache solved the issue. There was no need to disable Norton or any other third-party tool…
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
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SOURCE: Error 77 message
The 77 error is caused by a fuser temperature sensor. The following steps can be used to possibly reset the Intellifax 4100 77 error.
1. Unplug machine then wait 15-20 minutes.
2. Hold down menu key. Plug in machine.
3. Release menu key at maintenance message.
4. press 91 then set button
5. press 99 then set button
6. Machine will warm up.
7. Press Reports key, then press 1. This will test if the machine can
If these steps do not reset the error the thermal fuse would have to be replaced by a repair technician.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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