CASE # 25884573 - update RN102 6.4 he bricked.
Here I would have browsed the forum before updating my RN102 at 6.4. It does not start after upgrading to 6.4 automatically via the browser.
When I push the power button, nothing happens. If I pressed the power button, I hear the discs turn up, but the lights. The second I have release the power button, it dies again. I can not access the boot menu or the resumption of the USB.
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I am at a loss here.
So last night I was watching Netflix and YouTube, and the next thing I knew, that Norton NIS started popping up warnings multiple 'Rootkit blocked', and then YouTube stopped working. It seemed that the Flash drive is malfunctioning. It would show a black box empty when the video is, and I would be with the right button on it, I would say just "will not charged animation" in the context menu.
After a few minutes of YouTube not working not at all, I got a dialog box install a Flash update, which usually occurs at startup. Made sense, so I clicked on it, but it does not solve anything. Norton skipped a few messages more "blocked Rootkit' identical and then pops up a message that"reboot is required to continue fixing your computer."
I did backup my most important info, so I'm not completely stupid, but everything as I figured, once I hit the restart, the computer itself in bricks. It won't start Windows. I get an error message, then a screen dialog black BIOS or the POST or what you call asking "start Windows normally" or in "repair" mode Starting loops normally just back to the same error and repair mode dialog asking the boot floppy, which I cannot find at the moment.
Now, if that were the only problem, it's one thing, but here's the real problem:
That treat everything with Flash broken on YouTube and then Flash attempts to upgrade and Norton NIS misunderstanding the Flash update for a rootkit... it's going on my second computer now. I'm not going to run a Flash update, and I'm in no hurry to even restart the computer more, until I understand what just happened here.
If anyone can help me? What could happen?
It is a 220 X.
Well, thank you for all the answers; There everything went well enough. It seems it was well a virus masquerading as a updated Flash, and I'm inclined to think that it happened because I jumped with months and months of Windows updates.
I had been using a SSD cloned, so I dropped my old drive hard in and went from there, install all Windows updates and antivirus updates. I used a separate computer to scan the SSD infected on a USB adapter, and it turned a simple virus "trogan.gen". Once it has been cleaned, I ripped all my new files on a separate hard drive and wiped the SSD and then used to clone the hard disk again. Back in business.
I guess I could have tried to rescue the SSD without having to shoot anything, but it's so much easier to clone the HDD again, given that I had no new paid software.
- One of my (type def) enums is not updated the names of structure cases. I found something that looks like a probable error in the case where the structure,
- I had created one of the constants in the enumeration before I did a typedef. Therefore, I made new constants since the typedef and replace the original ones. and still, the structure of the case is not being updated.
How can I solve this?
also, I have one state machine inside the other. Is this right way to program?
Somewhere in your code, you have the wrong typedef, or don't replace a control by the typedef. Must not have replaced all. I don't know if there is an easy way to search for; You may need to go through anyway.
Then I tried to update my phone to Lollipop via your Companiom application but it failed and now I bricked phone...
I tried fix my phone, but it repeatedly crashes at the same place...
What should do?
Windows Pro 8.1, 250mbit fiber optic Cap
tried it on win xp pc and it works...
Caught in an infinite loop of the error 56. tried both windows and mac computers with the latest updates and itunes. Also tried downgraded to 9.3.1 with IPSW file. Same mistake. Anyone with a bit of luck with this?
At this point, I make an appointment at the Genius Bar at your local Apple Retail Store or contact Apple by phone to make other arrangements.
I'm new to these forums and the BlackBerry, having had my 8310 for a few months only (by my company). However, my daughter had her Curve 8310 since last March, and she has had intermittent problems with it. It was replaced under warranty by AT & T twice.
This last time, she discovered that the sounds had ceased - his alarm did nothing when it exploded. The sounds later mysteriously returned, but she decided that it was the last straw. She wanted to bring her back to the AT & T warranty Center to replace again, but I suggested that she first attempts to put his system. My theory was, since the new software has been released, it would be wise to upgrade. My phone company has been upgraded (OTA) without any problem, so I thought (silly me) it would be just as easy to make the curve of my daughter.
The first thing I did was to go to his screen Options Options / Advanced to make a wireless upgrade. However, this option was not available on this screen. Weird, I thought - his phone and mine are the same, and mine had the option of upgrade wireless. So I'm on these forums and sought assistance and find the sticky at the top of the forum on the upgrade of the 4.5 software. I followed the link to the BlackBerry page which contained the AT & T software download (ensuring that I chose the multilingual version of AT & T in 220.127.116.11). I downloaded this version, but before he wanted to use BlackBerry Desktop Manager instead. It has dutifully reported that his curve needed a software upgrade to 18.104.22.168, so I decided to try the upgrade via the USB connection. When he got to the point where he had saved his phone and was willing to make the backup of the system before wiping, the connection broke. Don't know why - I used the USB cable provided by BB. Thus, the upgrade didn't happen like that.
The next thing I did was to launch the download of AT & T that I had recovered from the BB link. He dutifully installed the last BB Desktop Manager (5.0.1, I think), then when I hung his curve up to the computer it once more pointed out that she needed a software upgrade. I chose to do the upgrade, and it went through the process again, save the curve on my computer and is about to wipe. This time, he was once again broken the connection, but when I selected 'Retry' he seemed to proceed as usual, erasing the device to upgrade.
The fun starts now. When the real upgrade began, that the unit broke out to establish the connection. Again, I got the dialog with the boxes 'Retry' and 'Cancel' box and click 'Retry '. But when I did the screen on the curve went blank and revealed an icon that I can only assume means, "No operating system only," as well as the small number of '507' below. The BB Desktop Manager seemed to be to attempt to upgrade the software, but after leaving it setting like that all night there is no change in the status. So it's well and truly bricked.
Now, my question is, what is my recourse? Is there a possible way to recover this device (because the computer does not recognize it via USB connection)? Should I just take it back to AT & T and have them replaced (again)? And the backup I did last night will be restorable at the new BB (assuming they give her another curve)?
I hope to have answers quickly enough, because I'll be able to hear the rash of here when she discovers that his curve is a paperweight. Thanks in advance for your help and your availability for BlackBerry users.
Don't worry, it's not a paperweight. MOST likely, the previous upgrade process constituted a return of the device before the upgrade failed. It's probably, there are some third party faulty or theme application that "perhaps" do the upgrade fails.
Well, error 507 means simply that no operating system is found.
First of all, you have the full OS file downloaded on your PC?
Do that first.
Second, make sure that your USB cable is connected to the main REAR usb port. No USB hub port or before.
At the present time, unplug the USB from the BlackBerry, power down to turn off and restart your PC.
Meanwhile, do a reset on the BlackBerry > with the BlackBerry device powered on, remove the battery a few seconds and then reinsert the battery to restart.
Once the two are back running, confirm that Desktop Manager is NOT loaded or running on your PC.
Follow these instructions below:
1. download the OS files to the PC then install on the PC by running (double click) the downloaded file.
2. go in c:\program files Research in motion\apploader and delete the file named "vendor.xml."
3. plug in the BB and double-click on "Loader.exe." It is located in the same place as the above vendor.xml file.
IF you succeed step by step: you will not need to use JL_Cmder to wipe the device and then load the operating system on the device. Follow the instructions here:
I need to install my CS5.5 update on nine (empty) macbook pro installed osx lion, but I can't get through CS4 known installation issues. Help!
You do not have to install the CS4 inorder to install CS5.5, all you need is to have the CS4 serial number.
Error while trying to update the Airport Extreme (model A1521) firmware to version 7.7.7. After clicking on "Refresh" for the EPA in the utility AirPort app on my MBP, it seemed like it was downloading and then restart, but then the "error during firmware update" message popped up.
Then he disappeared from the AirPort Utility app. check the physical EPA, he got a quick Orange flashing light on.
Perform a reset by mode on "soft" apple support No change in status in the AirPort or LED utility.
Perform a "hard" reset No change.
Perform a reset "factory". Solid green LED for 1 second, off for 1 second, then fixed Orange LED for 5 to 10 seconds, then orange flashing LED forever.
Removed all connections to the EPAS, repeated above steps with identical results.
Tried to plug the cable to all ports, a both MBP, then in a port to a different router. No connection.
Base from the bottom of the EPA to inspect the connection with the ohmmeter removed rubber physical reset button. Button contacts are open when not depressed, short circuit when pressed.
EPA appears at all in the AirPort Utility (not in "Other WiFi devices" or the other).
Pushing the reset button on the EPA has no effect, no matter how much time or when it is pushed.
Once the power cord is removed and inserted, the indications are always the same, no matter what I do with the reset button. Green LED for 1 second, off for 1 second, Orange fixed for 5 to 10 seconds, then orange blinking forever.
Interaction ONLY with the device, which had until this point was working perfectly for years, has been through the AirPort Utility software. Physical interaction occurred after that the update of the firmware he bricked. Simply, I do not understand how a botched firmware update might brick the MONKEY. The default firmware must always be able to be loaded with the reset sequence.
You should not open it... Apple may have been told by replacing.
Firmware updates are always dangerous... the airport less then most of the routers.
However very rarely something can go wrong and the firmware written correctly to the ROM. This will leave the router in a State of broken forever. You need to replace unfortunately.
He got a quick Orange flashing light on.
Restore mode flashing quickly means that it is in...
Perform a reset "factory". Solid green LED for 1 second, off for 1 second, then fixed Orange LED for 5 to 10 seconds, then orange flashing LED forever.
It flashes quickly or slowly forever?
The ethernet light when you plug the ethernet cable?
As far as I know, there is no firmware emergency repair method at airports... Apple has every confidence their sequence of upgrade to work, even when the firmware is delivered more wireless... always a big risk CF ethernet.
I would like to ask a favor of you guys. I received the form of following my Ironport C160 error message.
CASE update fails. This may be due to transient network or DNS problems,
The proxy configuration causing HTTP errors in transmission of update or the unavailability of the configured server download.
Is the specific error on the device for this failure: error to transfer the CASE to update directory information
'http://downloads.ironport.com/as/case.ini': IO error open URL
Thank you for your kind support and advice!
an alert could be triggered for each failed update, so if only a single alert saw you can assume that updated a single attempt has failed.
In the security of GUI-> anti Spam Services, you can also consult the last attempt to download and the last successful upload (or CLI: antispamstatus). The configured update interval determines when the next update is attempted, so usually no manual intervention is necessary as the device led it on its own.
In certain circumstances (when the network connectivity is bad or there is limited bandwidth manually) update fails permanently and the device is unable to complete an attempt to update the configured interval. This can cause anti-Spam (or anti-virus) rules obsolete and very probably happens when the new Anti-Spam/anti-virus engines are released (because they have a size higher than updates of rule and require more bandwidth to download). In this case the first step would be to change the interval to update (for testing of use) to a higher value (for example: 15 or 30 minutes) to see if the update could end up in this time interval. However, this is visible as a workaround as the cause for this is that a network-related issue that needs investigation in the network (and not on the device).
So to make a long story short: alerts single record should be ignored (they CAN get), several of them in a short period of time should be further explored.
Thank you and best regards,
In the near future I will be undertaking a refresh your SAN clariion CX300 to CX320.
After reading duncan epping and Chad sakac posts explaining resignaturing VMFS.
I was curious as to if this upgrade and especially the model of SAN change we will have to run this? Us are not planning on the evolution of design LUNS or ESX / cluster configuration.
My reaction after reading the messages were this would not be a problem, but curious to know if anyone has done the same thing or has ideas on that.
In this case, the update of the table will be given on the spot and I just an upgrade of controller.
You do not experience problems with because volume resignaturing this changed nothing. The only items that are replaced are the controllers themselves; disks, volumes and data / the signatures on them will not change.
I hope someone can help me or has the same problem: I just updated the recommended 9.3.4 - but after that I couldn't use the ID button again, all my fingers didn't work and remove them I can't put another. The phone just instantly says that it does not work without even trying to 'read' my finger. It must be a software bug. All autour solutions?
Hmm... I saw this happen one or two times when people have 3rd party poster on their iPhone (after an update), because the firmware of the TouchID button does not recognize the hardware. You can try to reset your settings on your phone, but I don't think that is going to work. My best guess is to reinstall iOS through iTunes just in case your update screwed to the top of your TouchID.
To reinstall iOS:
(1) save your device via iTunes or iCloud (iTunes would be probably faster)
(3) scroll to halfway to the bottom of the page and go to erase your device with the Recovery Mode
(4) follow the directions
(5) after the clear complete operation, restore your backup that you made in step 1
If none of this works, you have to bring the product to a Genius Bar appointment. They run a quick diagnostic to test its reactivity. If it fails, you will need a new display, because the TouchID button is connected to the monitor.
Good luck! Weird question!
I have a MacBook Pro (13-inch, mid 2012) with the OS X10.11.5 (15F34). When the update to 10.11.6, rebooting is not the case, the update is not implemented. Finder and System Information.app do not react. It is impossible to relaunch the Finder or kill the Information.app system. I tried a hard stop, but I come back to the same situation, even after waiting the necessary time to reopen not already running applications. How to do this?
The only application that I recently installed is Express Scribe, a transcription software I really need and I am reluctant to remove or uninstall. Is there a solution? Thanks in advance for your help.
Try to boot inSafe Mode and see if the problem persists? This will allow to test if the problem is in your user or system.
Restart now ' shift '.
(Wait to take more time to start in this way because it runs a check of directory first. Also give it some time after the start because he runs maintenance routines at the beginning).
If this does not work, see this topic Support of Apple:
I see that some users complain their upgrade 29,0 Firefox Mozilla having questions about the address/search bar, but in my case the update 29,0 Firefox itself ran smoothly and flawless until the last Ubuntu 12.04 automatic update triggered by the net. The 'cat/proc/version' returns:
"Linux version 3.8.0 - 39-generic ([email protected]) (gcc version 4.6.3 (Ubuntu/Linaro 4.6.3 - 1ubuntu5)) #57 ~ precise1-Ubuntu SMP Wed Apr 1 20:04:50 UTC 2014."
I'm guessing that the build of 29,0 Firefox itself is not exactly the villain here, hard...
Clues? Advice? Conclusions?
There is a dashboard for this report: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/firefox/+bug/1316250. So I hope that there will be progress in the resolution of this bug.
A quick fix that worked for me is:
Firefox in 29: type about: config [Enter] - promise to be careful - in the search type gfx.xrender.enabled bar - make a right click (F12) and toggle to make new fake - exit Firefox - Firefox open.
Tried to install on a new iPad 9.3.2 (1 month) Pro.
Update hangs forever.
It gives instruction to connect to itunes.
iTunes gives message to restore then download update, then just dies.
Is there some sort of quality control of updates from Apple?
Bricking of new equipment is not something that should never happen.
My new policy,
Never install an update up to 3 weeks after release and research through problems
1 month, take it to where you bought it and get a replacement. That's why you have a warranty. This was bloody easy.
I'm getting rather fed up with Mozilla Firefox. First the nag UPDATE cannot be disabled despite the fact that I chose the setting "never check the updates." Firefox does not take into account this preference and returns to either automatic, or "check and let me choose.» WHO started the mess. Listen to please the FIREFOX developers: I DON'T want allows you to control my updates. Too often in the past, you more or less forced an update on me only to train my duty reset EVERY preference and Add on, I had already installed. When I complained of this failure of Firefox to remember my preferences to update, I learned that I needed to update to 20.0.1 as 19.0.1 had "security vulnerabilities". You know what, at this point I don't care, especially if I have to go through all this shit just a decent browser. Nevertheless, I gritted my teeth and updated. Right out of the gate, the HOME page hijacked Google as my home page and do not go far. I have reset everything back to Google and then the browser open Google well, but was immediately directed to the damned WELCOME page... whenever I started the browser. I tried everything I could but nothing worked. The next step was to RESET Firefox. Well, it resets. Boy it reset. I am now facing reinstall EVERYTHING including ALL my modules, extensions... EVERYTHING. I am really annoyed at the arrogance of Mozilla, assuming THEY know what's best for my machine and my preferences. I really hope that solve you this Mozilla. I don't know I'm not the only one who is tired of having to redo everything every time that an update coming... which, BTW is quite frequent.
Thanks for your reply, the-edmeister.
My staff S-O-P is to avoid the facilities unsupervised as much as I can. Since I generally distrust of MicroSoft, and over the years, found the Windows Add/Remove to default, I use Revo Uninstaller. Not 100% effective given my ignorance of Cybervillage but, perhaps foolishly, reassuring. So when I advised through FileHippo Firefox or any program, has an update, I have download and then install the Revo. In all cases (automatic update through the help that you suggest; complete crushing/installation manual by the heel), I still think that there should be a solution that would prevent wipe out of my preferences for Firefox, especially as, at least in my case, and especially under the new regime to release frequent update It has become an almost regular event.
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