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I have a leapfrog baby monitor and have followed all instructions in the book, it has been working fine for 7 weeks, the monitor was left of charge and when i put it back on charge it wont link up and makes an awful loud white noise sound repetitively, i have moved further away from main unit and closer and tried switching them both on and off.

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Shelly60 - did anybody solve your white noise problem? I have the exact same thing!

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Having and issue with the audio download on the Leapfrog Tag system. I have Leapfrog Connect installed on my Mac. Audio for books previously downloaded and newly downloaded are not able to be put on pen. I...


Just got this from LeapFrog. Worked for me, although it toook a couple of attempts.
For Macs:

Please try downloading and running this tool and connect the Tag Reader when prompted:

http://lfccontent.leapfrog.com/cs/tools/LeapFrogTagFixTool.dmg

For Windows machines:

1. Close the LeapFrog Connect application.
2. Double-click on this link http://lfccontent.leapfrog.com/cs/tools/LeapFrogTagFixTool.exe then click "Run."
3. Click "Unzip" to extract the files.
(You will be asked for a location to save the files. Save them to your Desktop or to another folder that you can easily find.)
4. After the files are extracted, find the "LeapFrogTagFixTool" folder on your Desktop (or where you saved the extracted files).
5. Open the folder and double-click the "TagFixTool.exe" file to open the LeapFrog Tag Repair Utility program.
6. Connect your Tag Reader to the computer. (Make sure your toy is powered on.)
7. To start the repair process, click the "Click once to fix your Tag Reader or Tag Junior" button.
8. Once the repair process is complete, follow steps printed on the screen to close the program and open LeapFrog Connect.

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Hi what does error code #1096 fault detail null mean?


Thanks for using Fixia.

Please try below instructions if they help .

You will want to use the LeapFrog Connect Tag Fixing Tool to see if you can resolve the issue. The instructions for Mac, and PC are listed below:
PC instructions:
1. Begin with LeapFrog Connect closed
2. Click here: http://lfccontent.leapfrog.com/cs/tools/LeapFrogTagFixTool.exe for the download executable file.
3. A File Download box should pop up. Select "Run"
4. You will be prompted for a location to download the program to, you will see a message "Unzip to folder"
5. Click Browse and select your desktop as the location to save the folder
6. Click "Unzip"
7. This should create a folder on your desktop named "LeapFrogTagFixTool
8. On XP: Open the folder and double click on the TagFixTool to open
9. On Vista or Windows 7: Open the folder and right click on the TagFixTool and select "Run As Administrator"
10. Connect the Tag Reader or Tag Junior to the computer and turn it on
11. Click the button "Click once to fix your Tag Reader or Tag Junior"
12. Once the repair process is complete, follow steps printed on the screen to close the program and open LeapFrog Connect.
Mac instructions:
1. Download the LeapFrogTagFixTool.dmg and mount the image. File is located here: http://lfccontent.leapfrog.com/cs/tools/LeapFrogTagFixTool.dmg
2. Drag the FixIt application into your Applications folder.
3. Close the LeapFrog Connect application (if it is open.)
4. From the Applications folder, double-click the FixIt application file to open the LeapFrog Tag Repair Utility program.
5. Connect your Tag Reader or Tag Junior to the computer.
(Make sure your toy is powered on.)
6. To start the repair process, click the "Click once to fix your Tag Reader or Tag Junior" button.
7. Once the repair process is complete, follow steps printed on the screen to close the program and open LeapFrog Connect.
Note: Please be sure to be signed into your admin account and are connecting to a USB port directly on the computer, not a port on the keyboard or other hub.

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I realize this original post is old, but just incase someone is looking for solutions, I will put what worked for me. I have the T4841, and had the same problem. No matter how close or how charged the battery, it kept beeping saying out of range even though it was only a week old. I got it to work by pushing the reset buttons on the monitor and receiver at the same time. The reset button on the receiver is on the back (tiny hole with black button - a pen tip fits nicely). The reset on the monitor is on the left side just about halfway up - right below the light button. Hope this helps!

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