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Problem i just want to remove all the things from type a Yahoo ID how can i remove all the id's from there if u can pls tell me

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You referring to instant messenger?

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Upgrade log: ---------- HWK Update Client v ---------- ---------- HWK upgrade started:6/11/2011 7:02:40 AM ---------- -- Target Id : 62 CF 1 10 -- UFSx Boot : UFxBoot V2.2 (c) SarasSoft...

Upgrade log:
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---------- HWK upgrade started:8/1/2013 6:34:25 PM ----------
-- Target Id : 62 CF 1 10
-- UFSx Boot : UFxBoot V2.2 (c) SarasSoft 2003.
-- UFSx Firmw.: UFS_USB V2.8 (c) SarasSoft 2007.
-- UFSx S/N : 56512
-- Features : 00000001
-- Licence 5 : True
-- UFSx Vendor: TORNADO
-- HWK ID : A1.04-PRO1-DA0064A542600069
-- HWK Status : 1, DL: 0
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Jun 11, 2011 | Lantronix CoBox-FL-IAP (COBOXFLIAP11)...


Sylvania SYNET07526 Owners

For all owners of the Sylvania SYNET07526:

Do not fill in the "OWNERS PROPERTY BLOCK"
filling in this block of information with the Network ID, Password, and Domain will block your machine from connecting to the Internet.

To check this information, do the following:

Click on Start
Double click on Settings
Click on Control Panel
Double click on Owner
Click on Network ID Tab
If any information is in the blocks, remove and leave blank
click on X in the upper right corner to go back, click on start and shut down

Push the power button to start up. Note: holding the power button down for about five seconds ensures a start up . If you have trouble starting up.
Flip the machine over and find a small hole about 1in. diagonally from the right lower corner of the data plate. Insert the tip of a tooth pick into the hole and press down for about 10 second, with the AC power connected to the machine. It should re-load a fresh copy of the operating system

To populate the WiFi with password information.
Double click on the WiFi icon down in the right corner tool bar, it looks like a small computer with two small arcs radiating out to the side. If it has a red X under it, this means you are not connected to the internet.

When you double click on that icon a window opens up named RT701. look to see if the fields are filled in.

Address Type: DHCP
I.P.Address: 192.168.1.(2,3,4...your device number)
Sub Net mask:
Default Gateway: (your server I.D.)

If Not:

Click on Wireless Information tab, wait for your wireless name to come up.
Click on your network name.
Click on Connect.
If the connection needs a network key(password) it will switch to Wireless Network Properties.
Uncheck "This key is provided automatically."
This will allow you to position your cursor in the Network key box and type your Network key.(password)
Click on OK.
You should see your red X down in the right corner disappear.
You are now ready to sign on to the Internet by typing your choice URL in the Internet Browser.
Note: that all internet locations are not available to CE 6 as this will only sign on to internet sites that can funnel you to the smart phone abbreviated sites. Not all sites have the ability to do this and your machine does not have enough memory to render the "Big" sites sign on window.
If you use the included "You Tube" apps icon, then this directs you to the abbreviated YouTube site. If you try to sign on to the "Big" YouTube site, it will give you a browser error
Stay tuned for other TIPS.

on Jan 23, 2011 | Other Network Devices

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I down load already but i cant sign in to yahoo msnger even my id and password are correct.

Hi aile_palomo,

If you are logged in in yahoo from the browser and then trying to log in from the messenger , then you might not be able to do so.

However at times when the server is busy , you would not be able to log in in messenger , In this case I would recommend you to wait for some time and then try logging back again.

Hope this helps...:)

May 10, 2011 | Other Network Devices

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Unknown device sm bus controller

What I do in such circumstances is run a little piece of freeware called "Unknown Device Identifier" which does a pretty good job of telling me what device is not working properly, identifying the manufacturer, which allows me to look up the support site and get the driver necessary to correct the problem. I've found that to be the quickest and surest way to resolve such issues.

You can also try double clicking the device in device manager and then selecting "update driver" and see if Windows can locate it on your hard drive or search the internet [providing you have a working connection] to find the appropriate driver and install it. I find it works about half of the time.

There is are other trouble shooting methods and the Microsoft Knowledge base does the most straight forward job of defining them so rather than reinvent the wheel I'll present them as written there:

The main reason for Unknown Device to display in your Device Manager is because you have a device that is not working correctly. To fix this issue, obtain an updated driver for the device.

Use the following methods to enable Windows to recognize your device. Method 1: Windows Update loadTOCNode(3, 'moreinformation'); Visit the following Microsoft Web site to see whether the Web site autodetects an updated driver for your device. Install all recommended drivers. ( Method 2: Download and install the latest driver from the Internet loadTOCNode(3, 'moreinformation'); When you download a driver from the Internet, download the Windows XP version of the driver when multiple Windows versions are listed. Use one of the following options:
  • Visit the Web site of the computer manufacturer if the device came with the computer.
  • Visit the Web site of the device manufacturer if the device was installed after you purchased your computer.
  • Visit the Web site of the device manufacturer if the device was preinstalled on your computer and the computer manufacturer does not have an updated driver.
Look for a Drivers section or a Download section on the manufacturer’s Web site, and search for the device name. Download and install the Windows XP version of the driver. Advanced user section loadTOCNode(2, 'moreinformation'); This section is intended for advanced computer users. If you are not comfortable with advanced troubleshooting, you might want to ask someone for help or contact support. For information about how to do this, visit the following Microsoft Web site: ( Causes of unknown devices in Device Manager loadTOCNode(3, 'moreinformation');
  • The device does not have a device driver: When a device driver for a device is not available, Device Manager displays the device as Unknown Device and puts it in the Other devices branch. This is very common with universal serial bus (USB) and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IEEE) 1394 composite devices. Also, a status of Error Code 1 or Error Code 10 may be displayed when you view the properties of the device in Device Manager.

    Note Most USB and IEEE 1394 devices function correctly without additional device drivers because they are configured by the drivers that are included with Windows for these bus types. However, an additional device driver is needed if the device does not fit the defined and supplied Windows class drivers. If the bus cannot identify the device, it interprets the device as a composite device and then reports it as such in Device Manager.
  • You are using a Microsoft Windows 98 or Microsoft Windows 95 Device Driver: You cannot use virtual device driver (.vxd) files that are common to Windows 98 or to Windows 95 drivers in Windows XP. If you try to install them on your Windows XP-based computer, the device may be listed as unknown in Device Manager. This typically occurs when the device driver manufacturer does not correctly differentiate between the two drivers or assumes that Windows XP can use Windows 98 or Windows 95 .vxd files.
  • Unrecognized Device ID: Every hardware device has a special identifier that is used by Plug and Play. This identifier can include several different types, such as vendor ID, device ID, subsystem ID, subsystem vendor ID, or revision ID. If a device ID is not present, or your Windows XP-based computer does not recognize the device ID, Device Manager may list the device as unknown.

    Note Software programs that require virtual hooks into hardware may create these devices. Additionally, devices that bridge between bus types, such as a device driver that enables a parallel port device to emulate a SCSI or an AT Attachment Packet Interface (ATAPI) bus, are also known to generate an unknown-device response in Device Manager.
  • Faulty Hardware or Firmware: Faulty hardware or firmware may cause a device to be displayed as Unknown Device in Device Manager. Software-only device drivers do not expose a device ID, and there is no standard method for installing these devices. Some manufacturers install the device by using the InstallShield installation program or a similar method. Be aware that software installed by other methods may not be completely removed when the device is removed in Device Manager. Therefore, you may have to check the registry to verify that all entries are removed.

Feb 04, 2010 | Other Network Devices

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I have a callpilot 100/150 we acquired an add-on

First thing, the Call Pilot is your voicemail, not your telephone system. Your telephone system is most likely a Norstar CICs unit.

If the lines(trunks) are analog, it is the local telco provider that is handing out your caller ID.

Outgoing caller ID is not one of the features of the system for analog circuits. If you were running a PRI or BRI, then the system can hand out the caller ID. I would ask your telco provider to check the outgoing caller ID once again.

Jun 10, 2009 | NorStar CallPilot 100

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Disconnection of Broadband when I receive a call to the landphone

Id say a bad DLS splitter/ filter. Have your service provider come run a line test and tell them you think you have a bad filter; Explain to them whats happening. Or, just buy yourself a new filter and try it yourself

Jun 02, 2009 | Other Network Devices

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Request for Base Transceiver Station (BTS) Installation, Commissioning, Integration, Reengineering, Rdio add introductary data

It differs from product to product

I would sujjest first  you choose a product for a base station installation and commisioning and then read their manual

This way you can learn

Feb 23, 2008 | Other Network Devices

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Feb 13, 2008 | Intel PCI-DDA08/12 Measurement

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AT&T/Yahoo DLS

During your initial signup, there is a process to merge your old Yahoo! login ID with your new AT&T Yahoo! DSL ID (your login). 

If you did not do this process, it would explain why none of your old information is accessible if you log in with your new information, but you should still be able to access your old Yahoo! information by signing in with your old Yahoo! ID and password.

Oct 20, 2007 | Other Network Devices

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I want to remove yahoo toolbar

go to your internet browser and click tools,manage add ons, enable or dissable add ons and highlight yahoo and click dissable.

Sep 03, 2007 | Other Network Devices

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