While I am not familiar with your particular problem, I have a solution you should definitely try. It involves deletion of all data, but from the sounds of it you've probably deleted all your data a hundred times already.
Here is the step-by-step breakdown:
1. Download GER and ENG ROMs (latest) from HP's support site
2. Unpack both
3. Cancel the automatic flash procedure.
4. Locate the EnterBootLoader.exe file in the folder of the unpacked GER update
5. Copy it to PPC
6. Run it from the PPC
7. Run the ROMUpdateUtility.exe file from the desktop to start flash procedure.
Then you have a German-language PPC
8. Locate the EnterBootLoader.exe file in the folder of the unpacked ENG update
9. Repeat steps 5-7 for the English update
I truly hope this works. Essentially, it is a true complete reset. The "complete" reset by pressing three buttons isn't really complete.
And please, don't type in all caps. No need to shout an entire problem :-D
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Start the wash programme
1. Check that when the dishes and cutlery are loaded in the dishwasher
the spray arms are free to rotate.
2. Open the water tap fully.
3. Shut the door.
4. Press the ON/OFF button. ON/OFF button indicator comes on. 5. Press the button for the programme required (see "Programme Table"). The programme indicator lights up. One or two lights will flash in the multi-display. During this time it is possible to reselect the programme. The selected washing programme begins after approx. 6 seconds. The current wash programme stage will always be shown in the multi-display.
3 If the top light and/or the middle light in the multi-display flash after
the programme has started please read the section "What to do, if...".
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If text changes when you type, it is either the keyboard or the program to which you are addressing your data to. If you use a word processing program, go to that program, open it and type a message. If that message is exactly as you want, no errors, etc; then the keyboard is fine. You may try and write some material in a word processing program and do a COPY of that data and Paste it into an email message to see if the content is exactly the as you typed it. If it changes, then your Email or Internet application is defective.
Adjusting the screen resolution setting may be necessary to resolve issues with the display size on monitors and other output devices like projectors.
Navigate to the Control Panel in Windows XP by left-clicking on Start, followed by Settings and then choosing Control Panel.
In the Control Panel window, open Display.
Note: In Microsoft Windows XP, depending on how your operating system is setup, you may not see the Display icon. To correct this, click on the link on the left-hand side of the Control Panel window that says Switch to Classic View.
In the Display Properties window, click on the Settings tab.
Locate the Screen resolution slider on the left-hand side of the window. Under most circumstances, the best choice is 800 by 600 pixels or 1024 by 768 pixels, possibly higher if you're using a 19" or larger monitor. The "best" setting is highly subjective to your personal preferences.
Note: Some types of software require the screen resolution settings to be set at a specific size. If you receive errors when opening certain software titles be sure to make any changes here as necessary.
Click the OK or Apply button to confirm the changes. If prompted, follow any additional on screen directions.
Before you install Microsoft Word 2003 on your computer you must check if your operating system is compatible with the system requirements of the program.
To locate general information regarding your operating system:
Click on the Start button in Microsoft Windows.
Locate My Computer or Computer which is generally located on the right hand side of the menu. This will open a window displaying folders such as Owner's Documents, DVD/CD-Rom Drive, and Local Disk (C:).
Find the System Tasks menu on the right hand side of the My Computer window and click on View System Information.
This will open a window displaying General information such as what edition, version, and service pack you currently have installed, as well as how much memory you have available and what processor you are working with.
All Microsoft Word 2003 components have approximately the same system requirements:
A Microsoft Windows XP operating system or Windows 2000 with Service Pack 3 or later.
A minimum of 64MB of RAM and a recommended 128MB of RAM.
245MB of memory and 115MB of available disk space on your hard drive.
A Pentium III processor is recommended; however, a Pentium 233 MHz Processor or higher is required.
A monitor with 256 colors and Super VGA (800x600).
A CD-Rom drive and a mouse
Some additional requirements are necessary to operate specific Microsoft Word 2003 add-ons and/or components:
You will need Windows Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher to access InfoPath 2003.
To use speech recognition software, you will need a Pentium II 400MHz processor or higher.
Office OneNote 2003 requires a Tablet PC pen input to capture handwritten notes in digital ink.
The Internet and a Webcam are needed to enjoy the full collaboration benefits of Microsoft Exchange Server 2003.
Once you have checked all your system requirements, you are ready to install Microsoft Word 2003:
Click Start in Microsoft Windows.
Once the Start menu is visible, click on Control Panel.
From here, click on the Control Panel icon to open the Control Panel window.
Open Add or Remove Programs. In this window you will see options to add programs from a CD-Rom or as part of a Windows Update.
Click on CD or Floppy.
A window will appear that will walk you through the installation process. First, insert the Microsoft Word 2003 installation disk into your CD-Rom drive and select Next.
After carefully following the instructions in this window, you will be prompted to restart your computer. After doing so you will be notified that a new program has been added - Congratulations! You now have Microsoft Windows 2003 on your computer!
PRTSC will dump the screen, if you are in Windows. Open Word or another document viewer, press PRTSC and copy the clipboard to Word or whatever programme you use, (right click in the programme and paste). Print Screen.
If opposite means that you want to rotate the image or picture for projector mount in the ceiling.
KEYS location: (keys are located back side of the projector there is 2 keys 1 for menu and second is a joystick witch have 4 arrow keys and center press is a enter key)
Press MENU button to display the menu screen.
then use joystick UP and DOWN to select the OPTION menu. Press joystick for ENTER to display the option screen. Then press joystick UP and DOWN to select INSTALLATION.
Then press joystick RIGHT and LEFT to select your required image rotation there is four type of rotations.
1. FRONT DESK
3.REAR DESK (A translucent screen is required for rear projection)
4.REAR CEILING (A translucent screen is required for rear projection)
If opposite means negative to positive so there is no any setting in your projector witch is chang your picture or imagepositive to negative.
Go to your Start menu, click on all Programs, Select Accessories, then System Tools, then click on System Information. A window will open titled 'System Information'. In the System Summary section, make a note of the System Manufacturer and the model number and report it back to us, along with the processor and the total physical memory.
Now open the Components menu by clicking on the plus sign next to the word, and select the Sound Device window by clicking on the words "Sound Device" Report back what appears in the window at the right when you do this, and we'll take it from there.