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I would have to say yes because the data for your POS can be found HERE and it says it has a removable hard drive. Unfortunately it's no longer being sold so support is limited.

Javelin Systems... | Answered on Apr 28, 2010

log off; find button called ease of acces; find the field called on screen keyboard and click on that

Javelin Systems... | Answered on Apr 06, 2010

maybe the head is already defective. maybe it needs some replacement

Javelin Systems... | Answered on Apr 05, 2010

The CMOS battery is in a black retangular chip (35mm x 20mm) next to the HD. The name "Dallas" shoud be printed on this chip, which can be replaced. Just tweek up each end. Note the way the label is facing should you reconnect. The label will read: panel 5v, Sig 5v, invert 12v if you have a 10.4" A 12.1 LCD will have the panel at 3.3v. Hope this helps you. Glenn

Javelin Systems... | Answered on Jan 18, 2010

Reinstall the sound drivers that came with your motherboard CD. No CD- then go to your motherboard site and find your motherboard on the site, then in the upper right corner (down about an inch or two) there will be a directory for you to choose from- either Specifications, BIOS updates, Drivers, etc. There you go. Gotta' know what motherboard you have before you can instal any drivers. Can't just install any drivers out there... Good Luck and take your time...

Javelin Systems... | Answered on Jan 09, 2010


Javelin Systems... | Answered on Nov 30, 2009

Try to use a download manager because it has a resume features. I recommend this download manager at this site.,www.freedownloadmanager.org, Hope this will help. Thanks..

Javelin Systems... | Answered on Oct 23, 2009


Basically the answer is no. The Javelin LC's come with 32MB of memory...the required amount of memory for XP and 2000 Pro are double that. 64 MB of memory total needed.

So without upgrading this PC which might not even be possible then you will have to use Windows 95.

Post back if you have any question's or comments. Thank you for choosing Fixya!

Javelin Systems... | Answered on Sep 18, 2009

sounds like your printer buffer may be running out of memory. Try turning the file into a PDF and printing that instead.

Javelin Systems... | Answered on Aug 23, 2009

go to http://members.driverguide.com/index.php?action=wizard_step_1

and put in your computer model.
download and reinstall the drivers.

If You need to log in just use drivers as username and all as password.

I’m happy to help further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/william_83fc156eee2b555e

Javelin Systems... | Answered on Aug 12, 2009

Card readers build up magnrtic particles from the cards they read . u might try cleaning it with a blank card that has a rough surface/ladened with alcohol, or a very small q-tip ladened with alcohol to remove the dirt and magnetic residue. too much built up residue can cause, loss of reading ability, and lost sensitivity between the card and the reader.

Javelin Systems... | Answered on Jul 09, 2009

check the feed tires ,the ones that feed the paper/cards into the printer. they maybe slick with paper dust. I recommend taking a cotton dish cloth or rag with some 409 cleaner on it the the feed tires clean all the paper dust off the tires let dry then try to feed card again. sound like the sensor is covered with paper dust, and is giving a false error.

Javelin Systems... | Answered on Jul 09, 2009

Buddy, these drivers are not launched yet.

Javelin Systems Asia Pacific
Building 11,
56 Buffalo Road
NSW 2111
Phone. +61 2 8878 6666
Facsimile. +61 2 9807 9099
Email. sales@jvln.com.au

Why dont u email them and ask them the launch date of the drivers on the net.

Javelin Systems... | Answered on May 24, 2009

Go to the Dell support website http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/
Put in your service tag # (it is usually located on a little barcode sticker on the back of your machine). It does not matter if your machine is out of warranty or not. This is one of the reasons I like DELL. DELL has drivers for their machines that go back 10 years or more. I have never had a problem getting them from the website. When you see the downloads that you need download the ones that say driver. You may have to download the chipset driver also. When you do download the drivers and it asks you for the filename to save it as I find that it helps to add a name to the dell #'s to describe the driver so that it looks something like R264710video. Once you download them and transfer them to your computer they should install themself in the correct location (you just have to double-click on the .exe file and answer the prompts (if any)). Let us know if this helps.

Javelin Systems... | Answered on May 21, 2009

Well you could remove the HDD from the POS, install it into a computer with a CD, remove the HDD currently in the computer, set the POS drive to the Primay Master, install Your OS and any other software (be carefull as to NOT format the POS drive, It may contain important files), remove the drive, reinstall it in the POS system, Put back the drive you removed from the computer.

Javelin Systems... | Answered on Apr 14, 2009

i had a hard tim loading my javelin but i had to use a laptop adapter that makes a laptop hard drive commect to a standerd pc ide cable and loaded it that way i just copyed the cd to the harddrive and put the harddrive back in the javelin and run setup off the hard drive

Javelin Systems... | Answered on Mar 27, 2009

i have a working javelin viper i will sell

Javelin Systems... | Answered on Mar 27, 2009

i will sell you my javelin pos it's a viper

Javelin Systems... | Answered on Mar 27, 2009

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