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Where can I get the best laser engraving services in Abu Dhabi?

pl help us i have xerox 7535 copier display shown machine activation code enter immediately with in 14 hours print command stand in machine pl provide activation code and process to complete this
11/10/2022 5:01:01 AM • Laser Computers... • Answered on Nov 10, 2022
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My gl422 has not been used for a year. Ihad taken the battery pack out.I have now charged the laser but it is not powering up.The batteries are reading 1.25 volts

a laser level the manual is free to read online, 1st google hit no less. what battery you have inside nobody knows that unless you look first . 1.25 is bad for Alkaline, easy no? 1.5 good. NiMHs are 1.4 good and 1.25 discharged, needs to be charged

Transmitter battery life (4 x D NiMHs). . . . . . . . . . . . . hours RC402 battery Life (2 x AA Alkaline). . . . . 130 hrs continuous the endless batteries bad questions on all portable devices. I guess the device has charger somewhere, to charge the optional RC=402 battery but im too lazy to RTM for you and learn that.

7/14/2019 4:48:21 PM • Laser Computers... • Answered on Jul 14, 2019
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Anyone on here have any experience with the nova fidelity X12 cd ripper and network media server and player? It’s working but when ripping cds it comes up with read errors however plays cds no bother, think it maybe the laser as it’s spins faster when ripping. It looks like a CD-ROM from a laptop.

I guess you meant ripping store bought CDDA, ;discs. right>? compact disk-Digital Audio, disks as see in WALFart. music department. right? first off CD players can skip error playing CDDA will try to play even with scratches, and the data is repeated if you read the spec, on CDDA, but a scratch that is long in the direction of the spin that will be BAD DATA! and if you rip a CD , it will not like scratches at all. this is COMMON. Hint bad disks don't rip. you have 5 choices. (I think I got them all) A new CDDA disk, with no scratches., duh factor 1: B: have the disk professional polished, (yes this is a service) C: try a new CD DISK DRIVE, in your PC, some work better with scratches, or buy a portable CD/DVD USB player it may work better. D: try a 2nd PC for same reasons of C: E: try other ripping APPS< some may work better with scratched CDs./? many are free, costs zero to try.
7/14/2019 1:35:40 PM • Laser Computers... • Answered on Jul 14, 2019
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Laser mouse,everything works except the scroll wheel

change the batteries. do not try to clean the infa-red scanner or the infa-red lite.lol.
12/27/2018 11:01:02 PM • Laser Computers... • Answered on Dec 27, 2018
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What is the power of laser pointers? After reading it, you will understand

Hey every one so you first need to create your own Fixya account and it password and then become membership of Fixya all thanks
6/19/2018 10:50:53 AM • Laser Computers... • Answered on Jun 19, 2018
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Dear experts, I have just bought

go to control panel click on mouse and make any adjustments there
10/20/2017 8:18:50 AM • Laser Lexma G ... • Answered on Oct 20, 2017
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Compaq 27mhz wireless optical mouse cat.no. 26-751

May be cheaper to buy a newer replacement !
10/2/2017 5:34:14 PM • Laser Gigaware... • Answered on Oct 02, 2017
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How do I turn on the red scanning laser on my Motorolla scanner MC9090

If it is working properly it should happen when you pull the trigger. Manuals etc are located here: MC9090 WM Mobile Computer Support Downloads Zebra
1/28/2017 8:31:18 AM • Laser Computers... • Answered on Jan 28, 2017
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What is the laser classification of Staples mouse B250?

maybe this will help:
  • Class I laser product means any laser product that does not permit human access during the operation to levels of laser radiation in excess of the accessible emission limits as defined in Table I of 21 CFR Subchapter J Part 1040.10. Class I levels of laser radiation are not considered to be hazardous.
  • Class II laser product means any laser product that permits human access during operation to levels of visible laser radiation in excess of the accessible emission limits contained in Table II-A of 21 CFR Subchapter J Part 1040.10, but does not permit human access during operation to levels of laser radiation in excess of the accessible emission limits contained in Table II of 21 CFR Subchapter J Part 1040.10. Class II levels of laser radiation are considered to be a chronic viewing hazard.
  • Class IIIa laser product means any laser product that permits human access during operation to levels of visible laser radiation in excess of the accessible emission limits contained in Table II of 21 CFR Subchapter J Part 1040.10, but does not permit human access during operation to levels of laser radiation in excess of the accessible emission limits contained in Table III-A of 21 CFR Subchapter J Part 1040.10. Class IIIa levels of laser radiation are considered to be, depending upon the irradiance, either an acute intrabeam viewing hazard or chronic viewing hazard, and an acute viewing hazard if viewed directly with optical instruments.
  • Class IIIb laser product means any laser product that permits human access during operation to levels of laser radiation in excess of the accessible emission limits of Table III-A, but does not permit human access during operation to levels of laser radiation in excess of the accessible emission limits contained in Table III-B of 21 CFR Subchapter J Part 1040.10. Class IIIb levels of laser radiation are considered to be an acute hazard to the skin and eyes from direct radiation. Class IIIb laser products may have removable panels that, when displaced, permit access to levels of laser radiation ranging from Class II to Class IV.
  • Class IV laser product means any laser that permits human access during operation to levels of laser radiation in excess of the accessible emission limits contained in Table III-B of 21 CFR Subchapter J Part 1040.10. Class IV levels of laser radiation are considered to be an acute hazard to the skin and eyes from direct and scattered radiation. Class IV laser products may have removable panels that, when displaced, permit access to levels of laser radiation ranging from Class II to Class IV.
  • 1/30/2016 12:10:12 AM • Laser Computers... • Answered on Jan 30, 2016
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    LASER STAION 6000 SAYS PAPER TRAY FULL EVEN WITHOUTTHE TRAY IN

    try setting y the unit back to original manufacture settings, you may want to unplug leave unplug for a few minutes dis connect all cables usb, i/o interface remove all corteges, open the front printer panel so it can reset the unit. IF THAT FAILS THAN YOU MAY HAVE CENSER ISSUE thank you rod
    3/5/2015 10:40:02 AM • Laser Computers... • Answered on Mar 05, 2015
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    Hi! Looking for a Prestigio Laser Mouse PMSG1 dismantle guide... My scroll button is broken, keeps on 'locking in' after I push it. Then I have to pull it out to place to work again. I have been goo

    This mouse was reviewed in 2010. There were no replacement parts then and there are none now. You could look for a replacement on ebay but after 5 years maybe it's time for a new mouse.
    2/4/2015 8:42:32 PM • Laser Computers... • Answered on Feb 04, 2015
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    My lexma cordless laser mouse stopped working it

    I know it may sound simple but did u change the battery?
    8/19/2013 1:42:37 AM • Laser Lexma G ... • Answered on Aug 19, 2013
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    I just purchased a Gigaware

    Hi,
    Welcome to Fixya. Can you please make sure that the usb bluetooth device / receiver is connected to the computer. make sure that the on/off switch of the mouse and keyboard is on. The keyboard and mouse switch is on the bottom. Press it for 15 seconds. The receiver will flashes when connected.You can also refer to the manual below for more info.
    Gigaware Wireless Mouse and Keyboard Manual
    Thanks for using Fixya.
    8/21/2011 10:46:44 PM • Laser Gigaware... • Answered on Aug 21, 2011
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    Mouse lights up, will not

    Hi telsmith42,

    Please check if the mouse's driver has been installed properly , a good idea would be to check in control panel or system properties --> in the hardware tab --> in the device manager.

    In the mouse and other printing devices section , right click the mouse that you see as active and go in properties , it should say , the device is working properly.

    When you get this message it means that there is no problem of connectivity between mouse and the computer.

    Now if you have a cross at the mouse and printing devices section instead of a mouse , then that means there is no connectivity established yet , which could be as a result of drivers not being installed.

    If you see this problem you need to install the drivers that came along with your mouse probably in a compact disc.

    If still the problem does not get resolved you should replace the mouse if it's under warranty period which is a case of manufacturer's defect.

    Hope this helps ...:)
    5/10/2011 1:11:59 PM • Laser Cellink... • Answered on May 10, 2011
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    Mouse moves very slow, changed

    sounds like your laser is going bad..time for a new mouse
    3/7/2011 9:50:51 PM • Laser Computers... • Answered on Mar 07, 2011
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    How to use equations to solve digit problems

    the tens digit of a two-number is 3 less than units digit. The number 3 more than four times the sum of the digits. Find the number.
    3/1/2011 11:08:50 AM • Laser Publishing... • Answered on Mar 01, 2011
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    It wont connect

    press the button on your mouse do at the same time on usb receiver.
    2/23/2011 6:29:04 PM • Laser... • Answered on Feb 23, 2011
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    How do i connect my cordless mouse to my laptop?

    plug the usb transceiver into the laptop, and load the driver disc
    9/30/2010 8:55:31 PM • Laser Logitech O... • Answered on Sep 30, 2010
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