That is usually caused by a message waiting light being turned on from an extension, the message waiting feature can be used to call voicemail or to call another extension, enter code #409 on ext 214 to cancel the msg waiting light
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This is usually a sign of either a bad LCD screen cable, a bad LCD screen, or a bad display adapter. If you connect an external monitor & you get a picture without these red horizontal lines, then your display adapter is OK. Diagnosing a bad LCD screen cable or a bad LCD screen requires that you disassemble the LCD screen panel, & swap them one at a time with a matching part. This way you can identify which part is causing the problem & replace it.
i have 3 hannspree monitors 2 were sent back for repair i replacement was faulty when i got it back the other one changes flashing colours never again i tried turning the brightness to full which helped for a time
As if you have tried changing the date & time in your control panel plus BIOS.There is nothing left to be done regarding changing date & time. But If your CMOS battery in the motherboard fails,it will always goes back to it deafult date & time.Replace the battery and it will solve your problem.
If you're the administrator you should be able to set user permissions through the control panel. I had a Windows 2000 which had some features comparable to a 98. Most likely you will have to enter the category known as, "Administrative Tools" located within the, "Control Panel."
In this region you can change security policies, overall computer settings, and user settings (At least that's how it was on my 2000). I don't know which option you need to change to disable non-administrative users from changing time, however playing around with some of the settings might help you figure out which one it is.
NOTE: Make sure you don't change any of the settings for administrative users! If you do you might not be able to access the control panel or change administrative settings in the future.
Since I'm uncertain about this working with a 98, contact me again later notifying me if the above worked or not. I'll see if I can help you resolve this.
you're not supposed to change the time at certain times if it is an automatic. I think any time after 8pm and before 4am (but check your manual). Apparently it messes up the mechanism. Maybe that's the issue?
Color lines in the LCD display is caused by certain type of light connections. If you get all the time when you turn on the camera then the LCD panel is bad, would need to be replaced. Black lines in printed printed pictures from your printer or the Kodak dock station printer? If that's the case, then the transfer rollers are dirty and would need to checked or replaced. Also drivers could do this also. Report the problem to Kodak Live Chat Online Tech Rep or called on the LAN line (phone).
The current date and time are displayed on the LCD when the machine is
ON and ready for use (Standby mode). The date and time are printed on
all faxes that are sent. When the machine is installed for the first
time, the LCD will prompt for the date and time to be set.
Press the [Setup] button on the Control Panel. 'Fax Number / Name' will be displayed on the LCD.
Press the left or right arrow button until 'Time / Date Setup' is
displayed, then press the [Start / Enter] button to access the Time /
Date Setup menu. The LCD will prompt you to select a Date Format.
Press the [Start / Enter] button.
Press the left or right arrow button to select the required date
format, then press [Start / Enter]. The LCD will display the currently
set date and time using the selected date format and prompt to set the
month. The cursor will be under the first digit of the month and the
number will blink.
NOTE: If you select USA, the date will be
displayed in the format of Month-Day-Year. If you select Europe, the
date will be displayed in the format of Day-Month-Year.
Enter the correct date using the numeric keypad on the Control Panel.
Each time you enter the appropriate number, the LCD will prompt for the
next item to be entered in the following order: month, day, year, hour,
Enter the correct time in 24-hour format using the
numeric keypad. For example, enter 22:30 for 10:30 P.M. If an invalid
number is entered, the LCD will not proceed to the next step. Re-enter
the correct number.
Press the [Start / Enter] button to save the setting
and return to the Standby mode. The LCD will display the date and that
has been set.