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Hello, Check out the keyboardl ayout, perhaps you set the wrong keyboard layout. Check out which layout you haven at the page below: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keyboard_layout Then go to your Language settings in the Control Panel, and change the keyboard settings to the layout you have. Since you didn't mentioned which version of Windows you are using, this may vary. The page below describes how to change for both XP and Vista: http://www.conversationexchange.com/resources/keyboard-language.php kr Gijs

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An upper or lower case letter is considered an alpha character. A numeric character is a number. Special characters are what you see when you press the shift button and a number. There are other special characters such as ;:'"/?.>,<[{]} that are also available on standard keyboards.

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Setup cannot find proplus.ww owow64ww.cab


How to fix - Setup cannot find ProPlus.WW\ProPsWW2.cab


When you receive the error "Setup cannot find ProPlus.WW\ProPsWW2.cab" it might mean the MD5 checksum the install was expecting and the one on the actual file do not match. Here's how I fixed the issue.
First let me explain in simple terms what the MD5 is. MD5 is an algorithm that is used to verify data integrity. If anything in the file changes the MD5 will also change so it's a way for the program to check the integrity of the file.

The MD5 file is kept in the setup file of the proplus.ww folder. Open it with notepad and find the section that looks similar to the following **the numbers after "MD5 =" is what you need to be concerned with. Also remember that your numbers may differ. **


<LocalCache DownloadCode="{90140000-0011-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}" SkuComponentDirectory="ProPlus.WW">
<File Id="Office64WW.xml" MD5="899A7D743D01852EBD036B465D1EF181" Size="4685" RelativeCachePath="Office64WW.xml" RelativeSourcePath="Office64WW.xml"/>
<File Id="Office64WW.msi" MD5="43B44C38BE513D9589ECAC7129DDC7C3" Size="3025408" RelativeCachePath="Office64WW.msi" RelativeSourcePath="Office64WW.msi"/>
<File Id="OWOW64WW.cab" MD5="E1E97F01F4292B89953204557A043C7D" Size="23865400" RelativeCachePath="OWOW64WW.cab" RelativeSourcePath="OWOW64WW.cab"/>
<File Id="ProPlusWW.xml" MD5="146CA2B8E1559F81E8DF6A3AED949E2A" Size="17252" RelativeCachePath="ProPlusWW.xml" RelativeSourcePath="ProPlusWW.xml"/>
<File Id="ProPlusWW.msi" MD5="F7DCCD578605F72AEEED775C9EB40AB8" Size="24809472" RelativeCachePath="ProPlusWW.msi" RelativeSourcePath="ProPlusWW.msi"/>
<File Id="ProPsWW.cab" MD5="3EA469E81A6064AE4BEFE4A9ACF36A9D" Size="149278843" RelativeCachePath="ProPsWW.cab" RelativeSourcePath="ProPsWW.cab"/>
<File Id="ProPsWW2.cab" MD5="86BEB0B6A2E76E95E580615185C06B04" Size="197934115" RelativeCachePath="ProPsWW2.cab" RelativeSourcePath="ProPsWW2.cab"/>
<File Id="setup.exe" MD5="4D92F518527353C0DB88A70FDDCFD390" Size="1100664" RelativeCachePath="setup.exe" RelativeSourcePath="..\setup.exe"/>
<File Id="osetup.dll" MD5="FCC38158C5D62A39E1BA79A29D532240" Size="5789544" RelativeCachePath="osetup.dll" RelativeSourcePath="osetup.dll"/>
<File Id="ose.exe" MD5="9D10F99A6712E28F8ACD5641E3A7EA6B" Size="149352" RelativeCachePath="ose.exe" RelativeSourcePath="ose.exe"/>
<File Id="pkeyconfig-office.xrm-ms" MD5="3DCFF1DCDEB1B837EC8F13351C8A92AC" Size="715834" RelativeCachePath="pkeyconfig-office.xrm-ms" RelativeSourcePath="pkeyconfig-office.xrm-ms"/>
<File Id="PidGenX.dll" MD5="7F120AAD20ECAE1EA421083F26611519" Size="1248016" RelativeCachePath="PidGenX.dll" RelativeSourcePath="PidGenX.dll"/>
<File Id="Setup.xml" MD5="" Size="" RelativeCachePath="Setup.xml" RelativeSourcePath="Setup.xml"/>
</LocalCache>
Next you will need to download and install an MD5 checker. I'll leave the process of how to use the MD5 to you to learn but it's pretty simple.

Next run the MD5 checker on the file/s that produce the errors during install. *there may be more than one*

Now there are 2 ways to work around this - If the MD5 on the checker did not match the MD5 in the file it probably means the file is corrupted so your best bet is to download the software again or get another disk.

Another less recommended way is to copy/paste the MD5 from the checker into the file (remember to make a backup of your setup file before) then save it and run the install again. This fools the installation process into verifying that your installation files are all OK.

Good luck!!

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My sharp cd-sw330 has somehow entered the timer mode. The timer light just flashes periodically and the pwer wont come on. I dont have the remote. How else can i disable the timer.


Get the manual out and look at page 40.

"Cancelling the timer setting in the timer stand-by mode"

1 Press the CLOCK/TIMER button.

2 Within 10 seconds, press the '<< << or >> >>' button to select

"ONCE" or "DAILY", and press the MEMORY button.

3 Within 10 seconds, press the '<< << or >> >>' button to select
"ONCE OFF" or "DAILY OFF", and press the MEMORY button.
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http://remotes.com/remotes/servlet/rs?&smodel=SUG90&brand_pn=TECHNICS_SUG90&o=c&o=c&a=Search&uid=0&m=CD-SW330&uuid=A13127573893951

or

http://www.dvdremotecontrols.com/Mfrs/Sharp/SharpAudio/RRMCGA117AWSA.htm

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Where is the mic switch located on my laptop


P000257700 is microphone number and it could be placed in different places depending on the Toshiba series laptop itself, but most probably it is either (A) right above the screen or (B) right in front of the keyboard where you hold your palms while typing with fingers.
There should be a small hole with either "MIC" written besides or some microphone symbol like <<*>>
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I need to program are fax machine to have are fax # on documents that are being sent to other fax machine's


1. Press <function> then "Down Arrow" on the <start> button until [ENTRY MODE] appears.
2. Press "Right Arrow" on the <start> button until [OWN NUMBER SET] is displayed.
3. Press "Right Arrow" [ENTER FAX #] will display.
4. Enter your fax number with the number keys (max. 20 digits). To insert space, press <#>, to enter "+" press <*>. To clear a mistake press <speaker> button.
5. Press <start/memory> button.
6. Enter your name by pressing number keys for each letter. Will display the capital letter for each of 3-4 letters to number, then number, then the lower case letters for each press. Use "Right Arrow" to go to next letter, if using the same number key (IE: B to A uses 1, use "right arrow" to go to next space). The #1 will give a space between words. (Max. 24 Characters).
7. Press <start/memory> [DATE&TIME SET] will display.
8. Press <stop> to exit.

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Canon PIXMA MP780 All-In-One InkJet Printer Problem and credit card payment already submitted on canon pixma Please advise. Problem with fax memory, can't print faxes


1 Press [FAX], then press [Menu].
2 Use [< ] or [> ] to select <MEMORY REFERENCE>.
3 Press [OK].
4 Use [< ] or [> ] to select <PRINT DOCUMENT> or <DELETE DOCUMENT>.
▼ If you select <PRINT DOCUMENT>:
1. Press [OK]. 2. Use [<] or [> ] to select the transaction number (TX/RX NO.) of the document you want to print, or enter the number using the Numeric Keys. If you are unsure of the transaction number, print the DOC. MEMORY LIST. (See "Printing A List Of Documents In Memory".)
3. Press [OK]. 4. Press [< ] to print the first page only, or press [> ] to print all pages of the document. 5. To print another document, return to branch-step 2, or to finish printing, go to step 6. ▼ If you select <DELETE DOCUMENT>:
1. Press [OK]. 2. Use [< ] or [> ] to select <ALL PRINTED DOCS.> or <1 DOCUMENT>. – <ALL PRINTED DOCS.>: Deletes all the printed documents stored in memory.
– <1 DOCUMENT>: Deletes a single document stored in memory.
3. Go to step 5. 5 Press [OK].
▼ If you selected <ALL PRINTED DOCS.> above:
1. Press [< ]. Press [> ] to cancel deleting, and the machine returns to the standby mode.
If you selected <1 DOCUMENT> above:
1. Use [< ] or [> ] to select the transaction number (TX/RX NO.) of the document you want to delete, or enter the number using the Numeric Keys. If you are unsure of the transaction number, print the DOC. MEMORY LIST. (See "Printing A List Of Documents In Memory".)
2. Press [OK]. 3. Press [< ]. Press [>] to cancel deleting, and the machine returns to the LCD of branch-step 1.
4. To delete another document, return to branch-step 1, or to finish deleting, go to step 6. 6 Press [Stop/Reset].

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To obtain an ALT Character:
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  2. Depress the Alt key.
  3. While the Alt key is depressed, type the proper sequence of numbers (on the numeric keypad) of the ALT code from the table above.
  4. Release the Alt key, and the character will appear
Found here... http://www.tedmontgomery.com/tutorial/altchrc.html


You will find all the special characters there.

Thanks,

John C.

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dim text as string
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