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The IP address is set on the LCD panel and I used my browser to try to connect to that address. I keep getting the message that it can't be found. I can't upgrade to a new one because our school has no funds to purchase it and I paid out the wazoo when I bought this one.

I'm wondering if there's someway to reset it or reconfigure somehow w/out using the LCD panel..

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Is this owned by a school. If it is, many local technology centers will come and work on this for free. Without seeing the device myself it will be hard because finding a tech manual for this item is difficult.
Did PrimeArray know this belonged to a school?

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