"Cannot determine configuration" pops up when I try to click on my Printmaster 12. What does this mean and how can I fix it? It has worked fine for years, but I recently had a virus and had to have it cleaned... might this be the problem?
Most definitely this could be your problem! I would reccomend that you completely uninstall Printmaster 12, run another virus check, then reinstall the program. Once the program is installed, update it through the vendor and it should work fine. You should be able to find the vendor (PrintMaster) updates through the help menus.
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Using 3 of the sub woofers you mention will give you a load of 0.36 OHM in Parallel/Parallel configuration, 1.67 OHM in Series/Parallel configuration and 12 OHM in Series/Series configuration.
To get a 2 OHM load for you amplifier, use only 2 of the sub woofers and connect them in Series/Parallel configuration.
If you don't know what this all means, let me know and ill explain it to you.
Follow these Steps :
1> Go to start
2> Click on RUN
3> Type SERVICES.MSC
4> New Window will appear
5> Go to bottom of the page
6> Select Windows ZERO Configuration
7> If it shows Manual then Right click on this service
8> Go to properties
9> You will get START TAB
10> Click on START
11> Click APPLY and then OK
12 > Select AUTOMATIC where its shows start service MANUAL
Now try to connect with wireless connection
If still its not working then folow these steps .
1> Go to Control Panel
2>Click on Network Connections
3>Right click on Wireless network Connections
4> Click on properties
5>New Window will pop up
6> Select Wireless networks tab
7>Check very first option which says " Use Windows to configure my Wireless Settings
8> click on Apply
9> click OK
now try to connect with wireless
If you see the pop up "Please wait while windows configures..." when you open an application, it means that an important module of the program is damaged or missing. First determine the application that this is happening with, and then completely uninstall/reinstall the program. If it continues to happen, you will need to have a professional look at the installation.