Perhaps over heating problem? These things are convection based cooling. The bottom and top both need to be very clear of obstacles. I seen one in use at an office, and the person had it sitting next to file organiser, she continually placed files on the top of the wyse "because she could". It took a week of constant shutoffs for it to sink in that it needed to be clear of stuff.
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Greetings myname is Mark and I will be glad to assist you. What is happening on your friends computer is what is called the refresh rate there are several issues that cause this but it generally narrows down to the router and the hosting service he is using and their security settings I suggest this.Have him go to the website then go to tools in the right corner go down to internet options and in the browsing history click on the settings and make sure where it says automatically it is checked so it will automaticaly store his sites newer pages or altered pages. Let me know if this helps.
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Tsaukpaetra is correct it's a resolution mis-match with the monitor you are using. If you have Rshadow loaded on the winterm you can VNC into it and change the resolution. If not you can hold down the letter "G" on the keyboard to perform a factory reset.
The Pin Assignment is as follows: Pin 1,4: +5V Pin 2,3: not connected Shield: Ground The AC Adaptor is specified as 5V , 4Ampere. Actually the unit draws around 2-3 Amperes. /------\ / 3 1 \o \ 4 2 / \------/ This "Image" shows the pins, when you look onto the jack at the back side of the terminal, with the terminal standing upright. The label = 5V is located left of the jack