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  • AS80 problems

    Have AS80 and I have not used it before.
    Have 4 lanes that are in working order but on the computer we have lightening bolts.( purrfect desk system)
    What do the lightening bolts mean and how do I get rid of them?
    Thanks

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    You may be digging in the archives for the answers you seek. There are several posts here on Purrfect Desk if you search for it but I'm not sure your specific question is answered. It seems Ted was fairly familiar with the system and installed them. He stops in from time to time but in the event that this gets buried before he drops in you may want to keep him in mind. He may be able to answer your question.

    On as side note: How old is that system.

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      I would try rebooting your server and that may clear the lightning bolts. Otherwise, there is a communications problem.

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