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Select the appropriate version of crystal reports you are using from the three combo boxes.

Panram... | Answered on Dec 30, 2009

By "system settings" I assume you mean the drivers or software for the MP3 player. Re-Install from the manufacturer's cd supplied with the device...

Panram... | Answered on Aug 31, 2007

I have a few suggestions for this, but when I give solutions, I always give them in an order of safest to most difficult(or potentially damaging). It would be in your best interest to try these in the order I give them: #1 (assuming you have xp if you're using a usb 2.0 device) Go to start>run> type "cmd" to get a command prompt. Type "CHKDSK" and type the drive letter of your Pendrive and "/F" (example-"chkdsk E: /F") and hit enter. You will probably get alot of errors as it checks the disk and once its free of errors, formats it. When it's done, SAFELY remove the drive, and plug it in again. If that doesnt work, try number 2 #2 DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK! You are about to enter the registry. If you do not know what you are doing in the registry, do not go in there. Also, you should know how to back up the registry before you go in. If you do not know, this solution might not be for you. Start > Run > type ?regedit? - Go to the following: My Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\StorageDe vicePolicies - Double click on the string ?WriteProtect? and change the ?Value Data? box to ?0?

Panram... | Answered on Mar 05, 2007

Purportedly pressing enter clears the error message. https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1293218/Keb-Combivert-F5.html?page=55#manual
The error means the "power circuit is not ready" according to the error code page. http://www.servotechnica.spb.ru/viewdocument/KEB_CD/manuals/f5/f5s/00f5subk250.pdf?page=33

The following page has the contact details for the company in the US as the last listing. http://www.servotechnica.spb.ru/viewdocument/KEB_CD/manuals/f5/f5s/00f5subk250.pdf?page=33

Electronics -... | Answered on Jan 19, 2021

The EKO 5000DB inverter is purportedly a rebranded 5KW Solis Ginlong inverter. Here is a YouTube regarding steps to take if an OV bus error message is encountered.


Additionally, a link to a Ginlong manual with a troubleshooting section follows:


Current Solis manuals may be downloaded from: https://www.ginlong.com/rhi_inverter1/1952.html

Electronics -... | Answered on Jan 19, 2021

You will have to buy a new ac adapter.

Electronics -... | Answered on Jan 11, 2021

You did not post any information on the make and model of the card reader. This is something that we need to know. You need to check the cables to reader and the server the reader is on.

Electronics -... | Answered on Jan 01, 2021

No owners manual online but there are 2 videos and full specs.

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Turn your vehicle's battery into a backup power source with the EverStart 750W Slim Inverter. This handy mobile inverter easily attaches to your car's battery to provide ample power to electric tools, appliances, and more. The inverter features a compact design that can be easily stored in tight spaces when not in use. An excellent addition for any road safety kit, keep this inverter in your trunk to have on hand in case of emergencies. The inverter can also be used to power electronics on your next camping trip or tailgate party, anywhere your car takes you. Two universal USB ports make it easy to recharge Apple and Android-based mobile devices and accessories at the same time, while dual AC ports can be used to power or charge electronics at 750W with standard US plugs. An digital display indicates when the inverter is actively providing power to your devices. Recharge or power your devices on the go with the EverStart 750W Slim Inverter.
  • Portable inverter converts your vehicle's battery into a backup power source for USB and AC-powered electronics
  • Two universal USB ports work with iPhone, iPad, Samsung and other mobile devices and accessories
  • Two AC ports power or charges small electronics such as a laptop, fan or light
  • Multiple USB and AC ports make it easy to charge two devices at the same time
  • Includes safety protection against overcharging, short-circuit and overheating
  • Attached color-coded cables
  • Replaceable fuses conveniently stored in end cap
  • Digital display shows active power status
  • USB ports share 3.1A power
  • AC ports provide 750W output

Electronics -... | Answered on Dec 31, 2020

no such product

Electronics -... | Answered on Nov 27, 2020

Please use laptop having serial port if not available then purchase a new original usb to serial of famous brand like Siemens, Lenze, MITSUBISHI, local brands may not works.

Electronics -... | Answered on Nov 25, 2020

There is not and those are not easy to get. China sites like alliexpress has them if you want to chance it.

Electronics -... | Answered on Nov 14, 2020

There are several ways to do this and several complications that may arise. That said, here is a brief outline of one method:
1. Locate the music folder on your PC.
2. Insert your flash drive into the USB port (allowing time for it to install or access drivers).
3. Click on Start, select My Computer. Locate your flash drive (most likely list as Removable Disk or the brand name of the flash drive). Double click on that icon.
4. Right click the folder or music files you found in step 1. Select "Send to" and choose "Removable Disk." The transfer process may take several minutes depending upon the number of files you are transferring. After the transfer is complete, click on the USB flash drive icon on the Windows task bar and select Stop or Eject. The PC will advise you when it is safe to remove the flash drive.

Here is a link to other ways to put music on a Flash Drive:



Electronics -... | Answered on Aug 03, 2020

  1. Remove the memory card from your camera.
  2. Insert the memory card into your laptop's PC card slot. ...
  3. Locate the destination folder where you want to store your pictures, in your laptop. ...
  4. Open the destination folder of your choice [source: Dummies.com]. ...
  5. Select Import pictures to my computer from the choices offered.

Electronics -... | Answered on Jun 17, 2020

I had the same problems but solved it by uninstalling the useless POS software, rebooting the computer and reinstalling everything.

I have found that you have to do this everytime that you want to add or delete photos. Probably the worst piece of software I have seen in 15 years of working on computers.

If it won't detect as a seperate drive in "My Computer" then you will have to uninstall it and start again.

There is also no need to format the device. Just ignore it and start downloading photos and it worked straight away. (Using XP Home) As to battery life, I suspect I will never know because it is liable to have a visit from my sledge hammer before it runs out of power.

Electronics -... | Answered on Jun 08, 2020

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