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error 73 =check alignment of magazine

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email me philhemmings@hotmail.com

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Green for full duplex, amber for half or error and red for down

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Unless you are very tech savy and know what you are looking at the gripper can not be aligned without speciality tools. You can see if everything seems to be aligning correctly by removing the CD box cover and slip in a CD and watch the spindle and gripper come together but be very careful that you don't get flashed by the laser could cause eye damage. Also being careful when pulling apart and putting back together not to warp anything which could leave the CD play useless.

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This question is very broad but if you are finding blocked domains it is usually due to DNS black listing and a proxy server. or just a proxy server. If you have access to the proxy server you can remove the domains from the deny list but if you don't you might be able to contact your IT administrator and request them to be unblocked.

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Setup a proxy server and black list facebook.com that is the easiest way. Route all users to the proxy server and set premissions that does not let them change the proxy settings.

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if you are using juniper netscreeen 5gt then please follow the below link :

http://kb.juniper.net/InfoCenter/index?page=content&id=KB4320

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you can do it by just reseting the device using pin hole back in the device.

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I would save it for when you find a spot of rust on your car, or someone scratches it somewhere and you cannot afford to have it repaired. Just whack the sticker on and presto! Problem solved!

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A new ID, meaning a new profile? Is it a temp profile?

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Sorry to tell you that won't happen.Bite the bullet and reset to factory specs

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Remember, you need to configure DNS on the ScreenOS device before the address book items can resolve the DNS to an IP address. In this example, we assume the hostname is SSG5, the domain name is abc.com, the primary DNS is 1.1.1.1, and the secondary DNS is 1.1.1.2
Click Network > DNS Host Name: SSG5 Domain Name: abc.com Primary DNS Server: 1.1.1.1 Secondary DNS Server: 1.1.1.2 Click Apply Click Objects > Addresses > List Select Untrust Click New Address Name: www.facebook.com Click domain name, and enter www.facebook.com Zone: Untrust Click OK
Click Objects > Addresses > Group Zone: Untrust Click New Group Name: Facebook Move www.facebook.com from Available Members to Group Members by clicking the << button Click OK
Click Policies Select From Trust to Untrust, then click New Source Address: Click Address Book, and select ANY Destination Address: Click Address Book, and select facebook Service: ANY Action: DENY Click OK
hope this helps you

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Sounds like you have it under control, so what is the problem?

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If you forgot the password for your router, you have to reset the router and reconfigure it again.

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The router supports SNMP so any SNMP performance tool will pull the data. MRTG or PRTG are the old standbys but they are Unix tool and annoying to setup on Windows. You can try http://sicm.sourceforge.net/, or http://www.snmp4tpc.com/getif.htm (I use this for basic discovery and checking one or two variables).

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Connect a PC to the router either by wireless or wired connection (You need a standard ethernet cable to do this connected to port 1) and then open a web browser. In the browser go to 192.168.0.1 and enter 'Admin' as the username and leave the password field blank (default settings) (If you have changed the password and username, you can use the new ones or if you forgot, you can press the router reset button for default confirmation to return). On the Network Settings tab, turn off 'Enable DNS Relay', This is actually the easiest way to disabled the NAT. Once you disabled it, you can use your router as a Network Bridge. The trick is to disabled the WAN feature which is the normal function that the router does during NAT OR DNS. If none of this information is helpful, why not try calling their technical support, I've had nothing but (relatively) good experiences with them. The phone number in the US is 877-453-5465

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use S/N as username and password

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You can actually null the applications call home ip address this will filter it entirely.

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