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After a while on the internet the arrow (controlled by the mouse)starts to jiggle and the small circle appears, remains circling with out stopping. Have to shut down computer. LC

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Create a small circle to the left in the Stage area. Do this by selecting the circle tool from the left toolbar. Draw the circle in the Stage area.
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Select the Arrow tool from the left toolbar. Double-click on the circle to select it.
Step 3
Now we have to convert the circle to a symbol. When the circle is converted to a symbol we can create instances of the circle. From the top menu choose Modify > Convert to Symbol. Name the symbol "Ball", and select OK.
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Go to Frame 10 in the Timeline. Do this by clicking the gray field below 10. Then right click in this field. Choose Insert Keyframe. Keyframes appear as circles in a frame. This operation duplicates the image.
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Select the circle and move it to the right a couple of inches.
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Click on the Timeline any place between Frame 1 and Frame 10. Then right click and choose Create Motion Tween.
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Choose Control > Test Movie from the top menu to test your Flash movie.

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I start the machine and after 5 seconds give me the 116-324 error code


Thats called an exception error. One of 2 things. Either it needs a complete software upload, or the network control board, called the ESS board has failed.
You can try these steps

This step will delete any print or copy job that is in process, and then perform a reboot.

To execute: simultaneously press and hold the 1, the Stop, and the Power Save buttons on the Control Panel while switching on the power. Hold the buttons down until the boot up screen (5 circles) appears and the second circle starts to blink.

This step will delete all pending print or copy jobs in the job queue, and then perform a reboot.

To execute: simultaneously press and hold the 6, the Stop, and the Power Save buttons on the Control Panel while switching on the power. Hold the buttons down until the boot up screen (5 circles) appears and the second circle starts to blink.

This step will delete all pending print or copy jobs in the IOT job queue (DC 3535: does not delete any job data stored in the Network Controller), initializes the IOT HDD (refer to ADJ 9.8 for details), and will and then perform a reboot. All customer data on the HDD will be deleted.

To execute: simultaneously press and hold the 4, the Stop, and the Power Save buttons on the Control Panel while switching on the power. Hold the buttons down until the boot up screen (5 circles) appears and the second circle starts to blink.

This routine will set all IOT ESS NVM values to default. Do not attempt this procedure unless there is a known-good Machine Settings floppy, an accurate Configuration Report and/or other data that will enable you to reload the correct NVM values for this machine.

This step will initialize the IOT ESS NVM (SYS-System and SYS-User) and then perform a reboot.

To execute: simultaneously press and hold the 3, the Stop, and the Power Save buttons on the Control Panel while switching on the power. Hold the buttons down until the boot up screen (5 circles) appears and the second circle starts to blink.

The last one IOT ESS NVM will clear all your netrowk settings.

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Cannot get into my internet explorer because the mouse arrow is acontnuous whirling circle.


Try unplugging and replugging the mouse in. This will usually fix it. If you have further issues, don't be afraid to ask!

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Pls help me: xerox workcentre 24 code: 116-372


Ugh.. That is a formatter software issue. Try these resets
arrwup.gif Log Initialization

This step will delete any print or copy job that is in process, and then perform a reboot.

To execute: simultaneously press and hold the 1, the Stop, and the Power Save buttons on the Control Panel while switching on the power. Hold the buttons down until the boot up screen (5 circles) appears and the second circle starts to blink.
arrwup.gif Spool Initialization

This step will delete all pending print or copy jobs in the job queue, and then perform a reboot.

To execute: simultaneously press and hold the 6, the Stop, and the Power Save buttons on the Control Panel while switching on the power. Hold the buttons down until the boot up screen (5 circles) appears and the second circle starts to blink.
arrwup.gif HDD Initialization

This step will delete all pending print or copy jobs in the IOT job queue (DC 3535: does not delete any job data stored in the Network Controller), initializes the IOT HDD (refer to ADJ 9.8 for details), and will and then perform a reboot. All customer data on the HDD will be deleted.

To execute: simultaneously press and hold the 4, the Stop, and the Power Save buttons on the Control Panel while switching on the power. Hold the buttons down until the boot up screen (5 circles) appears and the second circle starts to blink.
arrwup.gif ESS NVM Initialization caution.gif CAUTION

This routine will set all IOT ESS NVM values to default. Do not attempt this procedure unless there is a known-good Machine Settings floppy, an accurate Configuration Report and/or other data that will enable you to reload the correct NVM values for this machine.

This step will initialize the IOT ESS NVM (SYS-System and SYS-User) and then perform a reboot.

To execute: simultaneously press and hold the 3, the Stop, and the Power Save buttons on the Control Panel while switching on the power. Hold the buttons down until the boot up screen (5 circles) appears and the second circle starts to blink.

If these do not work the system software needs reloaded or the ESS network board needs to be replaced.

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I have a GE wireless mouse = 98563, bought about 2 weeks ago and have used it only a couple of times however recently i have developed problems with it, I bought a new pack of triple As and even then the...


1. Go to manufacturer's website and download the driver for the correct MODEL of the mouse.

2. Install mouse driver. Go "Control Panel" to configure mouse software.

3. o/s XP, right mouse click "My Computer" go Properties, Hardware tab, Device Manager, scroll down to "Mice and other Pointing Devices" to see if it is registered, and also check "USB Human Interface Device" in the same window to see if your usb connections are functioning. There should be NO YELLOW question marks in this window pertaining to USB and Mice Pointing Devices.

If it was a wired mouse with no name or model, you can just plug it into the ports and it will work. Unfortunately, since it is wireless, you MUST have the correct drivers(software that allows your computer to communicate with the device), and the only way you can get the correct drivers is through the manufacturer and choose the right model.

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The USB device has what appears to be a circle with dots connected to it facing the port. The dots are actually the word "Connect" in infintessimally small letters. Plug it in, then use your thumb to press down on the circle while using another finger to press up on the device's underside - in effect, squeeze it between your fingers where the circle is. You'll see a red light blink. At that point you can push the "connect" button on your mouse and it will work.

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Hi, I had the same problem. The USB device has what appears to be a circle with dots connected to it facing the port. The dots are actually the word "Connect" in infintessimally small letters. Plug it in, then use your thumb to press down on the circle while using another finger to press up on the device's underside - in effect, squeeze it between your fingers where the circle is. You'll see a red light blink. At that point you can push the "connect" button on your mouse and it will work.

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Any figure you insert in a PowerPoint slide can be resized. You click to select the figure. Then move the mouse cursor to the limit of the shape. When the cursor becomes a two-sided arrow pull out to increase or in to decrease.

To respect the original dimension, point to one corner of the frame containing the figure. When the mouse cursor becomes a two-sided diagonal arrow, pull it out. The frame will increase and so will the figure in it.



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if the mouse uses a ball on the bottom then remove the ball from the mouse and cean all of the dirt and dust from in the compartment.

this can cause the mouse not to work properly

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On a 1998 3 series (E36) BMW, this indicator lamp is for the ASC+T = automatic stability control plus traction. It should go shortly after the ignition is switched on implying that the system is OK.
If the indicator lamp fails to go out after the engine is started, or comes on in the course of normal vehicle operation it means that the system has malfunctioned. The vehicle remains operational, but without ASC+T. You a have an 2001 3 series (E46), but I suspect the indicator lamp means the same as the E36 3 series. Look in owners manual under "indicator lamps"

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