Question about Keyspan Computers & Internet
Keyspan driver is installed (Mac OSX 10.4.5) ibook. Connect device to Port 1, light flashes for approx 1 minute, device info indicates port 1 is in use but when the light stops flashing on the Keyspan, the device info blinks back and forth between port 1 9600 and port 1 available. It finally stops on Port 1 available. However, I am connected through port 1 so it doesn't make any sense. If I change the physical connection to Port 2, the light on the Keyspan flashes on and off for approx 1 minute and in the Assistant under Get Device Info, the same situation occurs but when the light stops flashing, the info states Port 1 available. I have uninstalled the driver, trashed anything related to Keyspan, reinstalled and the same situation occurs. Any help would greatly be appreciated. I'm ready to throw it out!
Have you tried another USB port? Sometimes, they can act goofy.
Also be sure your anti-virus isn't blocking any part of the installation.
Here is a link to the Samsung troubleshooting guide for your camera.
You can probably download the most recent driver from that website as well.
Perhaps they have a better or newer version than what came prepackaged
with the camera (just because a camera is a new purchase does not mean
the software it came with is the most updated).
I run WinXP home edition, so I am not familiar if there are any differences in the professional version regarding software installation....
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
try removing the passkey and security on the linksys
then enable reverse authenication, by allowing only specific MAC addresses to access the router. ( MAC FILTERING ) ONLY ALLOW
then add the MAC addresses of your IBOOK and what ever else you have..
simple and secure :)
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
get the manual from here
Than go to the side number 22
there it is...
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
SOURCE: LS2208 displays no light
If the scanner is on a USB extension, they can be underpowered and will show up in the device manager but not work. This device like to be connected to a USB cord no longer then 4 ft or so.
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
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