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Nokia DKU-5 Data Cable Installation and Configuration Guide

Thank you for your purchase of the Nokia DKU-5 Data Cable! You now have the ability to connect your compatible Nokia phone to your PC (desktop or laptop) using an available USB port.
In order to use this cable, you need:
• the Nokia software CD-ROM
• a compatible Nokia phone
• a USB-equipped Pentium-class PC or laptop computer
• Windows 98 (Second Edition), Windows Millennium Edition (ME), Windows 2000 Professional, or Windows XP (Home or Professional)
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Nokia USB data cable (CA-42) installation document for Windows XP

Tata Indicom wants to provide a service to its customer that offers Internet connectivity through Nokia USB data cable and Nokia mobile. Through this document we are outlining the complete procedure for configuring Nokia USB data cable and Nokia handset modem to enable it to work on CDMA network for surfing
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Motorola SBG900 Wireless Cable Modem Gateway User Guide

Motorola® SURFboard® Wireless Cable Modem Gateway SBG900 for your home, home office, or small business/enterprise. Applications where the SURFboard Gateway (SBG) is especially useful include:
• Households having multiple computers requiring connection to the Internet and each other
• Small businesses or home offices requiring fast, affordable, and secure Internet access
• Internet gamers desiring easier setup for:
— Programs such as DirectX® 7 or DirectX® 8— Sites such as MSN Games by or®• Video conferencing
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Connecting to a wireless network using Microsoft® Windows Vista

After installing your wireless network adapter (please refer to product documentation for details), Windows Vista™ makes it very easy to connect to any wireless networks in range.
To begin, go to the Start Menu and click on Connect To:
This will bring up the Connect to a network window, which lists all networks Vista can currently connect to. This includes any dial-up connections that have been configured previously. Networks are usually listed either as Unsecured network or Security-enabled network.
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Toyota Echo/Yaris TWM Performance Shifter Cable Bushing Kit Installation Manual

It is preferable to park on a flat surface, as you may have to engage and disengage the hand brake and shift from gears to neutral. If you cannot do so and are obliged to install the shifter cable bushings on a slightly inclined surface, place wooden blocks in front or behind the wheels to prevent the car from moving while you’re working.
Estimated Installation Time: 30 minutes
Tools required:
▪ Ratchet
▪ 10 mm deep socket
▪ Ratchet extension
▪ Needle nose pliers/vise grips
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How to transfer files using a cable connection and Nokia PC Suite

a. Ensure Nokia PC Suite is Installed on your PC (refer to Nokia User Manual)
b. Connect your phone to the PC using your Data Sync Cable-USB
c. Select ‘PC Suite’ on the phone
d. Open Nokia PC Suite on your PC/Laptop
e. Open File Manager
f. Navigate to Nokia EXX\Phone memory\Data\Installs
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Connecting Excel to MySQL or PostgreSQL via ODBC

In cases where business applications have been built on open source databases, it may be necessary to connect other Windows applications, such as Microsoft Access or Excel, to these databases for reporting or business intelligence purposes.

One potential application of this process is to use Excel as a front-end for data analysis. Data can be pulled from views or tables and then further analyzed, graphed, and the like. Even pivot tables can be used to create even more powerful reporting solutions.
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Samsung HDTV Installation Guide

We’ve provided this guide to assist you in connecting your HDTV system. Please follow the directions carefully and get ready to experience HDTV—television you have to see to believe.
Before You Begin
Make sure you have these items:
• HDTV Cable Box
• DTV Remote
• Plastic Wrench
• Component Video Cables
• RCA Cables
• “HDTV Is Only Minutes Away” Card
• Manuals for Cable Box and Remote Control
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1988 Mercedes Benz 300CE (124 Chassis) Connecting Test Equipment and Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes

Testing with the impulse counter should be carried out for rapid fault diagnosis. The
impulse counter output shows only existing faults, since the ACC system does not have
memory capabilities. If one or more faults are indicated, repair as necessary and repeat
the test. Be sure that fuse #7 is good, the battery voltage is between 11-14 volts and the
temperature selector wheel is set to 22°C.
1. Connect the impulse counter to the on-board diagnostic connector.
Black lead of the impulse counter to socket 1
Yellow lead of the impulse counter to socket 7
Red lead of the impulse counter to battery positive terminal.
2. Turn the ignition to the “ON” position.
The LED “U Batt” will be illuminated. If the LED “U BATT” does not illuminate,
check for voltage between socket 1 of the on-board diagnostic connector and
the positive terminal of the battery. If the voltage is not between 11-14 volts,
check for an open circuit or loose ground connection.
Test for voltage between socket 7 and socket 1 of the diagnostic connector.
The voltage should be 6 – 12 volts.
3. Depress the start button for 2 – 4 seconds.
Fault codes will be indicated by the number in the impulse counter display
window. Take note of the impulse display number.
Faults are displayed in ascending order.
The number 1 indicates that no faults are stored in memory.
During the impulse readout, The LED indicator in the fresh air/recirculation
switch will blink.
4. Repeat step 3 until all faults are indicated. After all fault codes have been
displayed, pushing the start button again for 2 – 4 seconds will repeat the fault code
readout sequence.


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UPS Monitor Software User’s Guide

Before you can use the UPS monitoring software program, you need to install the cable connecting the UPS system to the serial port on the computer. All new UPS systems have the serial communications port on the back panel, labeled RS-232C. The cable for most UPS units is made with two male DB-9 connectors. It connects between the female DB-9 connector on the UPS rear panel and any compatible serial port on the computer. Be sure the cable is shielded and is terminated on the shell of the connector. This section describes cables connecting the UPS to a serial port on your computer. See the next section, “Switch Contact Port Cabling,” for information on constructing a cable to use the port labeled “UPS Port” on the back of many Alpha Micro computers.
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