I just got this phone and I tried the disc (handset manager) and while trying to down load I got this message: This software has not passed Windows Logo testing and advises me not to continue. Says to contact software vendor for software that has passed Windows Logo Testing. Any advice???
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First thing to try is to pick up handset or place on speaker. On the answer machine itself without trying to call your cable providers voice mail service...press the message button to ensure all messages have been heard or erased.
Second, unplug your phone power from the wall and wait two minutes before powering on the phone.
Last replace batteries in the phone if you have batteries in the phone now...may be low battery signal.
Another user (thank yoiu but I'm sorry I forgot his/her name) had the answer. It was ihe instructions but I missed it. Needed to set the 2nd handset into the main base for 20 seconds so that it could align itself.
The display could be bad or the didplay driver could be bad or it could be a simple wiring problem if you're lucky. Try pressing around the edges of the display to see if anything appears (press firmly but not so hard as to break anything). If you are mechanically inclined, open up the handset and connect the battery so the handset works. Normally the display is connected to the phone circuit board by a ribbon cable and frequently there is a tiny "edge card connector". If present, make sure the connector is plugged in completely. Watching the display, try pressing on the ribbon cable where it attaches to the display and to the circuit board. If anything appears, keep trying to isolate the problem.
I recently had this same problem with a Sony handset but I was not able to find anything as I just described and I ended up replacing the handset with a new one of the same model. Good places to look for a replacement are eBay and Amazon.
I have the same problem with my GE 29460 GE-2 phone. I took apart the handset and the source of the humming and static is a bad (cheap) microphone. I have swapped in a spare handset from another phone which works for the time being... it doesn't fit the phone cradle very well. When I find a junked phone (any wired phone would probably work) with a good microphone I may try soldering in the mike into the old handset... its only a 2 wire solder job. I'm PO'd at GE for making junk so I don't want to buy the parts for this, if I could find them.
There is no such thing, Olympia went out of busniess before Vista was released. Try setting the program to open in windows XP mode. Not sure how it's done in Vista but I know in XP you could open applications in Windows 98 or 95 mode.
I charged my three brand new GE model 25922 for 24 hours, placed each handset in the main base to satisfy the "PLEASE REGISTER" message and the message remains. The only instruction in the manual as well as on the 800 448-0329 # is to place each handset in the base unit for 20 seconds.
I think your problem might be that the second handset is not registered with the base station. Take the second phone out of it's cradle and place it in the base station (where the first phone is), and leave it there for 20 seconds. Place it back in it's own cradle, and it should start working. Hope this helps! Hal
1. make sure phone is charged 2. hold down the "mute/program button on the phone 10 seconds. 3. you should see a message on the screen that says you need to push the "pager button" on the handset. 4. Push the pager button