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Q: cce ultru thin 25 laptop

I need to get windows 8.1 to setup

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Preferred Solution: cce ultru thin 25 laptop

I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.

I've used it in the past to identify and fix everything from blue screens (BSOD's), ActiveX errors, corrupt files and processes, dll/exe/sys errors, recover lost memory, Windows update problems, defragging, malware removal etc.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloadreimage.com/download.php. (This link will automatically start a download of Reimage that you can save to your computer.)

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I'm attempting to utilize the Asset Tag located in the Bios as the Host Name for the device.  I found in the forum how to script this, however, when I enter into the Bios I'm unable to update any of the System Information settings.  I've tried the Cntl+A but as soon as I hit it it just closes out of the window (window says "Press Any Key to Continue" at the bottom).  Any assistance would be appreciated. Matt

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Just curious if anyone here has any info on this that I can look at? Any pricing range and official release date?
http://gizmodo.com/gadgets/laptops/rumor-dells-xps-m1210-getting-santa-rosa-on-june-26-263804.php

Also, do you know anything about this sleep laptop?
http://www.businessweek.com/technology/content/may2007/tc20070523_272039.htm

Im curious if someone has info on this. Id like to buy one if this is to be produced anytime soon.
 

A:Info on Thin Laptop?

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Hi,
I have a Samsung NP350V5C-A02UK and it is a great laptop. However, recently I have noticed a thin black border around the screen. I couldn't get a good picture with my camera but it looks very similar to this picture http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3519/t/19434351.aspx however, it is just a little thicker on my screen. I am not sure if it was there since I bought the laptop however, I am pretty sure it wasn't. Could any one please tell me how to fix this or if this is normal on all laptops.
Any replies will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Alex. 
 

A:Thin black border around laptop screen. Please help.

What is your screen resolution set to?

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Today I turned on my laptop and there is a blue line running vertically down the left side of the screen that I can not seem to get rid of .  I updated my video drivers and restarted the system but its still there. the lapptop is a week under a year old. HP ZBook 15 G2 Windows 7 NVIDIA Quadro K2100 M.  I never dropped the laptop or anything even rouch to it. I am very careful.  Please let me know what i can do. Thank you 

A:thin blue line on laptop screen

Hi Kerberg, Can you try the following troubleshooting steps to see if it's hardware/software issue: - Connect the notebook to an external monitor to see if the line appears on the external monitor. - Go into BIOS by tapping "F10" key during boot up and see if the line appears on your main display. If it doesn't occur in BIOS, the hardware is good. We will have to focus on video drivers- onboard and discrete card. If the line appears on the screen, please call 800-334-5144, say notebook and then zbook through the promot. Thank you, -Tenzin




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I have an HP Pavilion N5425 laptop, 14.1" LCD TFT (Toshiba) that works fine but 1 complaint:

About 1/4 way across the screen (from left to right) there is a thin blue line running from top to bottom.

It started very faintly but grew continually worse and is now a "permanent" feature.

The screen and laptop are fine otherwise, and I've been able to check all internal connections and and component seating. But the this hasn't corrected the problem.

I can replace any peice, but what part is it? Screen? Cable? Video Card?

When I change resolutions, the line stays in the exact same place on the screen.

When I unplug the cable from back of the screen (leaving the invertor connected) the screen remains on and show a plain white field with no blue line.

Using the video-out from the laptop, the line does not appear when hooked to a TVs video-in. (I do not have a proper monitor to try this with.)

Gently moving the cable seems to have no effect. But there is a good length of it held still under the power-button pcb when the laptop is re-assembled enough to turn it on.

Anyone have any experience like this and have an idea as to which part to replace? Any more suggestions to try?

Thanks!
 

A:14" Laptop LCD with thin blue line?

take it to a laptop repair shop or get a good technician on the job because it'll take tools and training to fix the problem (laptops are very tricky to mess with).
 

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I received an EVOO 11.6? Laptop for Xmas. After using for 2 weeks it stopped charging, turned off while plugged in and will not turn back on. Any suggestions?
 

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a thin white vertical line on my laptop display ... a single vertical white line

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Hi please help me my laptop(HP630) is showing a thin red vertical line on the left side of the screen and it also appears on Bios screen. I have switched it off and on but it still shows the thin line it's really annoying, please help how to fix it. I have no warranty now my laptop has been with me for 6 years. I would appreciate a step to step guide on how to fix it myself.please help?

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hey hi, i am observing black thin lines on my laptop screen resemble like pencil mark these grow progressively Any solution plz.??" i hav haier laptop running windows 8.1 pro.
 

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Hi,

Had IBM Thinkpad 600E fixed under warranty for faulty screen (which had ceased to work) - problem turned out to be faulty motherboard, and motherboard was replaced.
Since getting the laptop back, there is a thin (about 4mm) vertical grey band down the entire screen which obliterates whatever is behind it. This line is about a cm in from the left hand side.
the band comes on from start up...ie through the black POST screen, and if operating in DOS - the same. The correct drivers and refresh rates, etc were already loaded. OS is Win98SE.
Wondering if it could be caused by something simple like a loose cable?
The reason I'm asking is that I'm in Sydney & have to send the laptop back to Melbourne to be fixed....if it is something that has happened in transit, there's no point sending it back to have the same thing happen again. Any ideas much appreciated.
Thanks
 

A:Thin grey vertical band on laptop screen

That could be a physical flaw in the screen, but hopefully it's just a loosened connection in the wiring involved.

It probably did happen in transit, since the repair techs would have noticed and called you if they saw it.

You could have a local tech try to check the wiring first, but you'll probably have to send it to Melbourne again. If so, use a bigger box and ship it wrapped in something big and soft like a down-filled winter coat or quilt. You might also want to insure the parcel for the round trip if your postal system or courier company offers the option.
 

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 Hi,I am noticing a strange issue with my recently bought laptop . Attaching some pictures for more details. To me it seems some kind of gap or break in the LCD display.I hope this can be worked out as it is still under a month when I bought it. Please suggest.?  ?  ThanksAD

A:Thin vertical line on my newly bought laptop

It could possibly be due to a faulty data cable and at worst the screen itself. Only solution would be to have it serviced by a Lenovo technician as it is most likely hardware related. 

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Random Blue Thin/Dotted Lines on My HP Laptop Screen

I was recently transfering files to my new laptop, and uninstalling programs on my old laptop when I suddenly got thin blue lines randomly on my old screen in dark or black areas (see images). It is not in the same location on the screen depending on what I am viewing.

I hooked an external monitor to my laptop and the image is perfect. Another odd thing is when I screen capture the bluelines and view the image file on another PC, they do not show.

Any ideas?

Thanks!
 

A:Random Blue Thin/Dotted Lines on My HP Laptop Screen

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Any ideas on what could cause a thin blue vertical line on side of screen? Any ideas on how to get rid of it?  I have  a Dell Inspiron 2200 Laptop.  New to forum, thanks for any help on this!

A:Thin Blue Vertical Line on Screen on Laptop Dell Inspiron 2200

I have the same laptop and have a thin green horizontal line on my screen.  Hope you get an answer here that will help me too.

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Is there a way to revert a currently loaded SCCM thin client back to a HPDM-managed thin client? The quickest way I'm thinking of is to just thumbdrive reimage the device. Can the HPDM agent be placed on the device to establish initial communiications to the HPDM server? Thanks. 

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I am trying to create a remote connection to my server at work (os ms windows 2003) - I currently have the vpn in place but the software I need to access requires a thin client. Do I need any additional hardware ? or can I run the software directly on the server to accomplish the same thing. also is there a certain type of thin client software that i should use? The software company said they have used "graph on" thin client before? I think that this company may be oob - because I can't find them. Any help would be appreciated!!! thank you
 

A:thin client

software usage has nothing to do with running a thin client.
the software needs to be installed/running from the server.

You ran the rras wizard and setup the vpn.
Now you need to logon remotely from any pc using remote desktop.
Test local RDP access before moving on to access from home.
 

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I bought a box of parts at an auction this weekend and inside, amoung other things, were three small 'network/thin' (?) clients.
Two IBM 8362-A52's and one NCD Explora 402

What could they be used for other than as clients in a business network?
Do they have any practical value as stand alone units or some how used in a home network?

Sorry, my imagination seems lacking for their use around the house, so help me out if you know of some interesting uses or projects...
 

A:Thin Clients? and what they can be used for

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I have a issue with HP Thin client 520, Thin client connect through RDP to VMWare Server, but the thin clients lost the connection. My VMs are 12 and the server is Windows 2012 Server, 128 GB Memory and 2TB HDD. The images below show the properties connection and the error when Thin Client try to connect. Could someone help me? 

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i am using HP thinclient 520. I want to give win 10 iot in flash drive. I tried severel times to bootable my pendrive from hp server but after a sometime it give error.can you please any other way how to os my thinclient t520win 10 IOT.BR//ATAUR

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I need to wipe the thin client of any information storage from my image. Is there volatile and non valatile componets on the thin client..

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Hi, I have 6 thin client model No : G9F04AA and one server 2012 r2. Which is best configuration for using in Medical Centre?(We are preferring windows 10pro based operation and shold work the usb printer also on it). If anybody have the idea about it, pls help me.   

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what can i do to change my thin clients user name, and its password

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Does anyone know why a thin pc homegroup will not work from within a virtual machine. Host is windows 7 professional. Tried all network adapter types. This is the error from the thin pc homegroup troubleshooter thing.

A:Thin Pc Homegroup vpc

Thin pc cannot be run in a vm.

download.microsoft.com/.../B/4/9/.../WinTPC%20FAQ%20v1%200.pdf

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Recently I was shown a presentation about nComputing by some IBM people. I noted that it can have 6 screens and keyboards operating at the same time. Drawback is that we teach Turbo Pascal for Windows and it has problems operating. Yes, PAscal in this age, pretty lame but its our national curriculum.

We have a lotta Dell's. Does Dell give such technology?

Questions:
Do other company's have such technology?
Which one's are the best?
Which one do you thnk we should invest in?

PS Ignore the Turbo PAscal part, we've got 40 PC's to handle that problem.

Ranger
 

A:Thin clients?

Anyone?
 

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There were a few warnings with AVG(not free) about a Vundo so I downloaded mbam and vundofix both install and run but mbam gets stuck on a dll file in system32 folder and vundofix, as soon as you hit scan it says it didn't find anything. Literally instant. Also it looks like the desktop has changed as well. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Kyle

A:I thin there is a vundo.

What's the .dll file? I know in my infection I have a number of .dll files that try to run at startup.

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What would cause my OS to be deleted? Computer was working fine, shut it down..did that normally. Next day turned it on, got the Dell Splash Screen, then a black screen that said this:

'TFGHT is Compressed'
press Ctrl, Alt, Del to restart.

I naturally thought that maybe those keys were compressed *somehow*, popped the keys off - nothing compressed. Took keyboard out, nada.

Had someone (supposedley a 'professional') come look at it, took hard drive out - Windows and all it's drivers were G.O.N.E.

Fortunately I saved all my pics to another drive, so he was able to get those backed off onto his external (portable) HD. He reinstalled Windows (7 32 bit) for me, he also scanned all my files - he said all my photos had viruses. Not sure how that happened, as I took them all with my own digital camera.

My question is - what would cause this? A virus - did one of my kids possibly inadverantly delete something when I left the room? If so, wouldn't that have kept Windows from operating at all after the deletion, not to mention keep it from normal shut down procedures?!?

It should be noted that this 'pro' partidtioned my hard drive when I got it back from Dell Service Center in Bucharest (the motherboard fried and they replaced it). *yes, I live in Romania, U.S. citizen - long story*
Anyway so he partioned my hard drive, which Dell didn't do, and installed Windows 7, MS Office 2007, ESET Nod32, and a few other programs. Is it possible he installed some sort of 'time... Read more

A:OS Gone..vanished into thin air

Hi and welcome to TSF please try this
1. Start your computer from the Windows 7 installation DVD or Repair CD.
2. Select Repair your computer.
3. Load driver.
4. Go to Computer and right click drive where Windows 7 is installed.
5. Select Properties and uncheck "Compress drive to save disk space".
6. Close and restart the computer normally.

I have seen a number of posts in which people reported that they were unable to boot from the CD/DVD drive. Here are the most common reasons for such failures:
a) The poster failed to set the correct boot order in the BIOS.
b) The poster overlooked the prompt to press a key in order to boot from the CD/DVD drive.
c) The boot CD/DVD was not a boot disk or was damaged. Using it on another machine confirmed this.
d) Some BIOS setting was incorrect. Booting with some other boot CD/DVD.
e) The CD/DVD drive was damaged or unable to boot from a boot CD or DVD.
f) The machine had a hardware problem (e.g. a motherboard problem) that prevented it from booting in any mode

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I have a issue with HP Thin client 520, Thin client connect through RDP to VMWare Server, but the thin clients lost the connection. My VMs are 12 and the server is Windows 2012 Server, 128 GB Memory and 2TB HDD. The images below show the properties connection and the error when Thin Client try to connect. Could someone help me? 

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I'm having trouble defragmenting my WD-Black drive because windows detects it as a Thin Provisioned Space even though it is a HDD. It's a 4 TB WD-Black drive. If anyone can help me make Windows 10 detect this as the correct media type without having to format
it?
Image of issue:
https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/322228771069362186/455223747868360704/unknown.png

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hello there, everyone. I really need your help this problem happend to me a few months ago and its back again.. i went to restart my computer and it loaded everything except the windows 7 stuff and it went to a black screen at the top left there was a __ flashing.. i fixed this last time by booting it into safe mode by pressing F8 and now it isnt working idk what to do can someone please help me i need it thanks.Okay so i tried the F8 on here and BAM first try i get it but i go to my broken or w.e one and BAM it doesnt work like wtf is with this this is so ridiculous can someone please help!?!??!?!?Please i need help :L i have lots of important stuff on that computer PLEASE!EDIT:Running Win 7

A:Been hacked i thin. [Help]

Hi Kayla. I am moving this to the Am I Infected Forum and will ask someone to take a look at this.

Running Win 7

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I'm not sure what exactly is causing the BSODs on my laptop. This is a Dell Latitude 5500. I have been getting PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED BSODs for a while. Then yesterday I ran memtest and discovered one of my 2GB DIMMs was bad. After removing it, the PAGE_FAULT BSODs stopped. Now I am getting BAD_POOL_HEADER BSODs along with Bug Check Code 0x19 with 0x20 as the first parameter.

I already ran CHKDSK C: /F and it did find some errors which were then fixed. But I'm afraid the BSOD is going to come back during the most crucial moments.

The original Minidump in Blueview tells me the culprit is the ntoskrnl.exe but why?? It also mentions TCPIP.SYS and IGXPMP32.SYS. The OS is Windows XP Professional SP3 with 2GB of RAM currently.

Can anyone help?

A:BSODS from thin air

Please follow the instructions following.Download/install BlueScreenView, http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html .Double-click BlueScreenView.exe file.When autoscan is done (screen comes up), click Edit/Select All...then File/Save Selected Items.Save the report as BSOD.txt.Open BSOD.txt in Notepad, copy all content and paste it into your next reply.Louis

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Hey Everyone,

I work for a small business and we would like to implement thin clients for our employees. We work in a windows 2003 environment and we would like to add thin clients both to our intranet as well as allowing them to connect from a thin client from home. We currently have a system set up which allows them to connect through remote desktop from home. we have DNS setup and we believe to be working on our server. when pinging the host from a RDP connection we receive a reply. however when we connect a TC to the same router as the server we are unable to connect it to the domain that we have created (which would make sense because we are unable to ping the host name from the TC either.)

I know the basic principals behind this system but I can not seem to get it working. Is there something that I am not thinking about?

Any help you can give me would be great.
Thank You
 

A:Thin clients

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I know we've all heard it a million times..." MY COMPUTER IS RUNNING SLOW". Maybe my computer is aging just like me...old n slow. Seems to get slower every day ( computer and me)....anyway.....hoping for some enlightned soul to take pity and see if you see anything that makes me crawl:

Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.4
Scan saved at 3:27:35 PM, on 3/11/2014
Platform: Windows Vista SP2 (WinNT 6.00.1906)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v9.00 (9.00.8112.16533)
Boot mode: Normal

Running processes:
C:\Windows\system32\taskeng.exe
C:\Windows\Explorer.EXE
C:\Windows\RtHDVCpl.exe
C:\Program Files\Windows Media Player\wmpnscfg.exe
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Reader 8.0\Reader\AcroRd32.exe
C:\Windows\system32\Macromed\Flash\FlashUtil32_11_3_300_257_ActiveX.exe
C:\Program Files\Norton Security Suite\Engine\21.1.0.18\N360.exe
C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
C:\Users\topaz\Desktop\HijackThis.exe

R1 - HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main,Search Page = http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=54896
R1 - HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main,Default_Page_URL = http://ie.redirect.hp.com/svs/rdr?TYPE=3&tp=iehome&locale=EN_US&c=73&bd=Presario&pf=desktop
R1 - HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main,Default_Search_URL = http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=54896
R1 - HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main,Search Page = http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=54896
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A:Hijack Log....hmmmm...see any thin?

Anybody?
 

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We are testing a 420 thin client and all seems to work fine except when logged into an RDP session to our 2012R2 server farm, usb storage drives/keys are not recognised. Everything seems to be set ok on the thin client in Local resources and the usb key is recognised when doing a usb diagnose. Other usb devices are fine , wireless keyboards and mice dongles , etcAny thoughts on how to get them recognised in windows explorer

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I have a network of 5 thin client and 3 windows xp computers connected to a server using linux.

I didn't set it up and the guy who set it up has to keep fixing it and the network is always having problems so I want to start all over and rid of the linux for now since I am not familiar with it.

I want to setup a windows 2000 server and connect that and the 3 xp computers to the network. What I am not sure about is the thin client pcs.

How would I find out how to configure them and can they boot up from a windows 2000 server?

Thanks,
George
 

A:thin client setup

George,

Here is a link that I believe might be helpful in understanding think clients, and how to configure them. If I run across any more information I will copy the link here for you. Good luck!
 

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Want to change my Thin Client T620. But I can not reach the bios for boot menu. I forget the BIOS password.  Use some options, disconnect battery. Press CMOS button. No results. still ask for password. What can I do?

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How to remove the bios password of - HP t620 thin client - !!?

A:hp t620 thin client

Hello,  Normally, just removing the CMOS battery for a few minutes will reset the BIOS to the default settings. I have read where it can take several minutes before you reinsert the battery. The default Administrator password is case-sensitive with a capital "A"., but may not work as others have suggested.  http://www.parkytowers.me.uk/thin/hware/biospwd.shtml   Hope this helps, for any further queries reply to the post and feel free to join us again  **Click the White Thumbs Up Button on the right to say Thanks**Make it easier for other people to find solutions by marking a Reply 'Accept as Solution' if it solves your problem. Thank You,GBL84I am not an HP Employee

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I know a lot about computers, but there are so many one can learn. Now, I am really unsure if this is the Sony Vaio laptop issue, or if it is Windows Vista issue. I will further explain myself, I purchased a Sony Vaio laptop last week. I have connected the laptop to the internet wirelessly. The router is a Linksys WRT54G, using automatic DHCP. All works fine and whatnot, but I have the trouble(s) of random disconnections. I'm familiar with disconnections, and I can narrow it down to, 'it is not my router or my modem.' So what is it? Provided, I have two screenshots;

this next one is in the "router configuration" category. If this has to do with my router, I have no idea what I can do to help it.

So right, I have read somewhere that setting it to Static IP will help, but I'm not familiar on how to set that up. Someone help me? I have tried once already, it did work, but I just want to hear another method. My method was going into the LAN and changing the IP there.

Thanks.

A:Patience running thin

Originally Posted by Raithed


I know a lot about computers, but there are so many one can learn. Now, I am really unsure if this is the Sony Vaio laptop issue, or if it is Windows Vista issue. I will further explain myself, I purchased a Sony Vaio laptop last week. I have connected the laptop to the internet wirelessly. The router is a Linksys WRT54G, using automatic DHCP. All works fine and whatnot, but I have the trouble(s) of random disconnections. I'm familiar with disconnections, and I can narrow it down to, 'it is not my router or my modem.' So what is it? Provided, I have two screenshots;

this next one is in the "router configuration" category. If this has to do with my router, I have no idea what I can do to help it.

So right, I have read somewhere that setting it to Static IP will help, but I'm not familiar on how to set that up. Someone help me? I have tried once already, it did work, but I just want to hear another method. My method was going into the LAN and changing the IP there.

Thanks.




Hi Raithed,

I don't know much about network issues either but maybe changing the auto tuning level and chimney offload might help. There are related links inside the tutorial worth looking at as well.

Auto Tuning - TCP/IP receive level

Chimney Offload State - Enable or Disable

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Hi there.. I have Epson LQ-310 hooked on Hp Thin Client T5740 (WES 2009) When I turn on the printer the WES 2009 try to install the printer driver but in the end I got error install the printer driver. ..please help Thanks

A:HP Thin Client T5740

Did you disable the Write Filter that the change gets applied?Also the driver might need more space on the ramdrive. You could enhance the ramdrive for that.Also you could change the Temp Folder via Control Panel - System - Advanced - Environment Variables and changes the Variables TEMP and TMP in "User variables" and "System variables" to a different drive / network drive.and after a successful installation undo those changes.



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Hello all,

I have recently upgraded from 7 to 8. Have only one complaint - in 7 I used to be able to make my taskbar thin while in the vertical (LHS) of the screen, it was a bit hacky, you had to:

Set the taskbar to autohide
Stop the "desktop window manager session manager" service
Restart the service
Turn autohide off

I had written a batch file and just set it to run at start and it worked fine.

However it doesn't work in 8 and examining the list of services, it seems that desktop window manager session manager has disappeared. A quick look at the wiki page says that it now cannot be disabled and is running all the time.

Is there any way to do this in Win 8?

To clarify, I'm trying to get this:
Instead of this:
Any options considered!

Thanks in advance

Jon

A:Thin Vertical Taskbar

Right click taskbar - select properties. You will see taskbar location on screen box with dropdowns of bottom, left, right, and top. Select the position you wish it to be and click "apply". Taskbar will change to that position. Hope this is what you want. If you use small icons, it will be thin, I believe.

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Thin Client - winxp embedded -made by 'wyse' model '9650xe'
I am an Admin for our small network and we are experiancing a Thin Client issue. we run pc's,terminals, and thin clients on our network. the rest of the machines are booting just fine, the issue lies with the thin clients. When we boot(or restart) the thin clients with the network cable in, it gets stuck at the "intel boot agent" when it should be recieving its Ip address and won't go any farther then that.

If we start the thin client without the network cable plugged in it will boot up to the desktop just fine and then we plug the network cable in and it gets its IP address with no problems.

sort of a strange issue but have seen much worse in the past. we can't seem to figure this one out though and i was hoping for some assistance from the experianced admins here at BC.

All of your advice and expertise are appreciated, Thanks in advance!!

A:Thin Client Issue

I'm not a network admin, however I can offer my still offer my advise.

Could the Thin Client be trying to do a network boot and not being able to complete it hangs at the intel boot agent?

I'd look at the boot priority order.

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Hello, We use 50 Thin clients HP T520. On the intranet, with freerdp connection we don't have any problem (web pages is displayed very well and it work fine), but on extranet (wan), so with VPN we have a slow connection at the level of web pages and also at the level of the applications. The server part using Windows Server 2008 R2.  We noticed that we have others HP Thin client (like t5550, T5545, T5540 or T510) and we have the same problems via VPN. For all we used HP ThinPro as operating system. We have tested the VPN connections with Desktop Pc (Windows 7) + RDP, but we have not any problems with the connection's speed, and everything works fine. So, in short:Thin client + RDP (FreeRDP without VPN, intranet) = no problemDescktop PC (classic) RDP + VPN = no problemThin client (HP, Thinpro) + RDP (FreeRDP) VPN = slow internet connection and blocking of applications. So where is the problem? Thank you for any help! Sorry for my English!

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is there a PDF reader that can be used with HPTC t5540? 

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Does anybody have any experience with Sunray II thin clients? More specifically, Windows Connector 2.1 for port redirection.

I am running Sunray Software 4 (considering 5, which is suppose to better for this) and a virtual Sunray server with VSphere on a Linux Redhat OS. The Sunray server redirects the Sunray II client to a Windows Terminal Server (Server 2003) session. What I am trying to do is to redirect the USB port from the Sunray II client to directly to the Terminal Server through the active session. The reason being, is that I have software that identifies a scanner through IP assignment of the device (yes, each Sunray II is assigned a static IP).

Any ideas?
 

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Hi there.
We are a Sun Microsystems reseller and Sun Ray specialists in Canada. Our team has worked with many different markets including Healthcare where the Sun Ray system is widely deployed. Sun Ray 5 or SRSS 4.2 is available and passes USB devices from the Sun Ray DTU to the Windows 2003 Terminal Server. You might want to look at Sun Ray VDI 3.1 which allows you the flexibility of virtual desktops and full USB redirection in Windows XP and supports Windows 2008 Remote Desktop Services (formerly TS) with Session Directory. If you would like to engage us please visit http://www.greendatacentre.ca
 

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Hi,

I have a thin client running WinXPE. I am new to using thin clients and need some help. The thin client is used to connect to my server through a RDP session.

The problem is I have data on a USB flash drive and when I plug it into the USB port of the thin client it appears on the THin client desktop not in hte RDP session. Is there a way for me to get my data from the flash drive into the RDP session without physically pluggin g the flash drive into the server?

I need to know because the servers I connect to are not always in the next room. Some are across the country.

Thanks,

Justin
 

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Might work if your key shows up as a disk drive and you have checked the box to on the Local resources tab of the connection to automatically connect local drives.

Would be good to know what TS you are connecting to and the client version.

Interesting question - I'll go try it out.
 

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Imbeded Windows 10 (IOT).  We recently received a batch of these and are trying to configure them to burn an image.  When trying to access our secure server we get a security problem with IE saying the certificate is bad.  However, we have approximately 50 of the T520's running Win 8 with the same certificate with no problem.  I have been over and over the configuration and can find no problem, but there is probably something I am missing, so anyone with some insight as to what I am missing I would gladly appreciate the help. Thanks,Roger JohnstonIT TechMidland CollegeMidland Texas

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