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General Discussion / Re: Classroom sound amps
« Last post by cully4299 on September 15, 2021, 10:43:08 AM »
Following

Have similar issue with amps. Have the black amps that are wired up to speakers above the board.

Haven't looked into amps yet but just replaced two rooms that needed with a set of 28w usb speakers but don't think they're half as good as the amp
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General Discussion / Classroom sound amps
« Last post by Renegade on September 15, 2021, 09:40:26 AM »
Hi.

I was wondering what you guys have in your classrooms for sound.  We have a mixed bag of really old 1980's style black amp units and the wall mounted Nuvo units. 
Both are becoming increasingly faulty, so I was hoping to replace them with a unit that provides good sound quality, connectivity, and volume in the classrooms.

Thanks  :)
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General Discussion / Re: Device Manager
« Last post by deeboorman on September 08, 2021, 01:17:48 PM »
Thanks for that Stephen. I had to adapt it a wee bit but it works which saves me a lot of running around  :afro: :afro: :afro:
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General Discussion / Re: Device Manager
« Last post by Stephen on September 08, 2021, 11:24:12 AM »
Goto c:\Program Files(x86)\eInstruction\Device Manager\   copy the launch.exe


Paste it into the hidden folder c:\Users\Public\Public Desktop as a shortcut.


Now whenever the symbol (yellow circle with black arrow) is missing from beside the clock (i.e. interwrite device manager has not run)and the board won't work tell the teacher to run the shortcut and wait about 20 secs the symbol will appear and the board will work.


The interwrite board software will run from the interwrite device manager icon by right clicking on it.
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General Discussion / Device Manager
« Last post by deeboorman on September 08, 2021, 09:43:51 AM »
Is anyone else having issues with interwrite whiteboards since the rebuilds? Device manager seems to stop working everytime a machine is turned on and needs to be reinstalled which requires a reboot.
I've been telling staff to lock their machines before they go home to stop this but its only a temporary fix.


Any help would be greatly received  :)
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General Discussion / Re: Connecting projectors to the Wireless
« Last post by Renegade on September 06, 2021, 12:11:57 PM »
Thanks Stephen. 
It's certainly something to have a look at.  There is a USB port for creating local storage on the projectors so the certificate could be saved there and tested.  Just means 46 usbs will need a certificate loaded and changed everytime they update.
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General Discussion / Re: Connecting projectors to the Wireless
« Last post by Stephen on September 03, 2021, 10:42:09 AM »
The problem is you need to add a certificate to join c2kwireless, I dont know if you can do this with projectors but it may be worth looking at the instructions for Apple TV's and seeing if you can in someway apply it to the projector.


Just my guess.  Information sheets En067 and EN068  http://www.c2kexchange.net/documentcentre/Pages/InformationSheets.aspx


There are also 2 guest wireless accounts for your school that you could try. See C2kexchange -> My School (link on top left) -> Guest Wireless folder
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General Discussion / Re: Machine rebuilds
« Last post by Statach on August 27, 2021, 03:47:14 PM »
A bunch of ours also built with the sysprep name and they had to be deleted from AD before working. Engineer call out was needed.
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General Discussion / Connecting projectors to the Wireless
« Last post by Renegade on August 26, 2021, 05:52:33 PM »
Hi.

I feel like I should post a Bernie meme because ... once again, I'm asking for your help   :laugh:

We've splashed the cash on a number of Epson EB-FH52 projectors.   I'm just wondering if anyone else has any of these or if anyone has successfully connected a projector to the Wireless before?

Trouble is that in order to mirror iPads, they have to be on the same network.  The projector does broadcast a wifi connection of its own, but connecting the iPad to it then obviously disconnects it from C@rpita Wireless and it loses all internet connectivity, meaning no Google Classroom, internet/websites.

There are a number of network settings to bungle through but you could quite easily go round in circles trying to navigate the menu system.
Can C@rpita give me a list of IPs to assign to them so they autoconnect to the wifi?

TIA.
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General Discussion / Re: No Hard Disk detected fix
« Last post by cully4299 on August 26, 2021, 03:32:16 PM »
Brilliant
Got a call about one of the same machines as it has just sat on the screen angrily beeping

Worked a charm and back to working again
Cheers
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