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It could be the PS2 port, some times if you plug or unplug a keyboard while the computer is on you risk blowing a couple of FUSISTORS they ar normaly soldered on the main board (they can be replaced by a good tech)
You could try using an other key board to make sure it is not defective, or use a USB keyboard if you suspect the PS2 port...
The problem with posiflex with fan models are started by the fans going bad which lead to overheating of the cpu and then spread to other components. Most of the time the power adapters and harddisk are actually ok, but the system will need some component level repair.
Jiva is just the manufactures name for the terminal they make. It has a microsoft operating system, usually xpPro. You can use any Restaurant POS software on it as long as it is compatable.
To get help with the software side you need to know what the name of the software is and contact them. Most software is propiertary to the previous customer and you will have to pay for a name change, support, reprogramming etc.
Contact a local POS reseller in your area, they might be able to help or leave some contact info and I will try to help
Hi everyone...my windows xp wouldn't start up at all..(unmountable boot volume).kept restarting with the blue screen...I had ** xp disk (came pre-installed)....finally was able to get to my files by downloading K**ppix to a CD and running that on my broken xp ...just downloaded it, ran it, and I was able to access all my folder/files that I didn't want to loose...**w I can use my recovery disks to get my computer running again..I would recommend this option to anyone with ** xp disk...it saved me from loosing important files that I needed...just thought I would share this with you since I k**w many pc's do NOT come with the windows disk these days....
First, this is what I would do before buying more RAM.
Turn off two terminals, take the memory from one to add to the other (no new chips please). I'll assume each machine has 128MB right now and I'll assume there are only two memory slots.
If it boots up fine with 256MB, then I'd try to match the RAM exactly.
Probably using PC1600 with/without a SPD module chip.
Use CPU-Z to find out the memory details.
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