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you can't start by just resetting the networks settings on the iPad and power cycling the sound bar.
if the issue persist then plug your iPad into a computer with iTunes, back up and restore the device. Set the Device up as new. If the device can now connect to the sound bar you can try to restore from the iTunes back up you created. If the issue comes back when you put the info back in the device then you will need to set up as new.
if the is still not resolved and you know the iPad can connect to other Bluetooth devices then you will need to reach out to Denon.
If you have an Apple TV (3rd generation), use
these steps instead.
1. Plug into power. Plug your Apple TV into
2. Connect to your other home-theater
devices. Connect an HDMI cable to the
back of your Apple TV. ...
3. Find the pairing screen and connect your remote. ...
4. Pick language settings and choose a setup method.
is the hold key engaged?is the device charged?is the device normally operable?is the screen operable?does the device illuminate when plugged to power.Try this if all else fails:
Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and Volume Down button simultaneously for at least eight seconds or until the Apple logo appears. You may need to repeat this step.
If the above step did not work, try connecting iPod to a power adapter and plug the power adapter into an electrical outlet, or connect iPod to your computer. Make sure the computer is turned on and isn't set to go to sleep. Try resetting the iPod while it is connected to power.
Because you need to load the drivers for these devices. Windows 7 should have picked them up if not go to Windows Updates and see if they have provided a download for your keyboard and mouse I'm assuming it is a wireless or a plug and play corded, if that does not solve it for you power the computer completely down remove the power cord from the Power Supply Unit press the power button for about 1-2 seconds to discharge the computer. Make sure you connect both the keyboard and mouse into the correct slots. One is for Mouse and this is usually the green colored slot and purple is the common for the Keyboard slot. Power computer back on and it should pick them up. If not the device may be faulty. Win 7 usually will pick up these devices with ease. Unless the unit is bad itself. John
Your Android device should pop up asking what you want to do when plugged into a computer. Make sure you select "Disk Drive". If it isn't asking go under settings, Connect to PC and check the box that says "Ask Me"
If you need more assistance please comment with the device your trying to connect.
to fix this you, unfortunately, will need to erase all the data on the iPod.
plug the iPod into the computer using the included USB cable. open iTunes. Hold down the home and power buttons at the same time until it shuts down and reboots. (if it doesn't open automatically) in the column on the left side of the window there is an icon showing your iPod's name. click on it then click on the button that says "restore iPod"
WARNING: this will erase all the content on the iPod (you can put it back on when you are done)
it will ask you to confirm. hit "OK" and keep your iPod plugged in as it restores it to it original state. pick the language you prefer and then load your music back on the device.
If you have a SATA HDD that connects with E-Sata, the device needs to be plugged into a power supply as well as the sata port.
If it connects via USB, your computer should just pick it up.
If it is USB and has no power supply, you may need to use a Y connector to plug it into 2 usb ports to get the power it needs
have you rebooted your modem after you plugged in your router? remember, your modem picks up you computer's ip address and stays with that address until it gets powered off and on. then it gets the ip address of whatever device you have plugged in to. if you plugged your router to your modem without power cycling the modem, then you won't connect other devices wirelessly because it does not recognize the ip address.
you will not see your router in any of the places you looked.
Easiest method: Shutdown your PC and laptops. Unplug the power from the router and the cable modem. Wait 30 sec. then plug in the power to the cable modem, wait 30 sec. then plug the power to the router. Wait till you have "Internet" light then restart your PC and laptops. The PC and laptops should pick up an IP address and you should be able to get on-line. This is if you have a cable service provider.
There is no real place where scanners come up except when they are plugged in. Once plugged in they should come up in device manager which you can access by right clicking My Computer select Manage Computer and you will see the Device Manager. Once selected you will see all the hardware devices connected to your computer. Under Scanners should be the scanner wich you can then right click and choose uninstall.
To connect a scanner simply plug it in and use the CD it came with to install the driver and software which should pick up the device and add it. The scanner software itself is what picks up the scanners and alows you to use there functionality.
What is it your trying to do re-install, add, remove a scanner. Is it the software thats playing up or the scanner itself?