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Your Toshiba Name Change question of Apr 2008

(If you're still at this email address)...I too get a "Data Programmed" response on my LCD when trying to change the name displayed by hitting: INT #621.

The answer you got from that guy is exactly what, I think, you and I were TRYING to do and it was not working. He said it would get us into "Edit Mode' and no such luck.

If you remember, what did you do to change the name? Or are you still Jeannette?

Thanks,
Trina

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  • Stephen Gillmore Aug 11, 2008

    I have the same problem, it says DATA PROGRAMMED when I do that.

  • lbennett Sep 18, 2008

    I cannot get into edit mode either using the #621 solution. I also get the data programmed on the display and cannot get any further. Are there any other solutions to get into edit mode to change the name on the display?



    Thanks,

    Laura

  • sw1928 Apr 22, 2009

    trying to change the name on DKT 2020 SD screen. Tried posted solution but just get DATA PROGRAMMED on screen.

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Maybe I can help, Press ( DN ) + #621
Display changes to USER NAME ?
Enter new name
Press SPKR

1 - moves right
* - moves left
# - toggles between alpha mode / numeric mode
0 - scrolls the alpha / special characters

To blank out any portion of name press 1 ( in alpha mode ) and move cursor to thr right
Good Luck

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