My 14X17 cassettes jam almost every time I run them. Now the strange thing is it is only if there is an image on the plate. If I am running them to test it or to clean them, they never jam. I have had my serviceman here multiple times and he has replaced every part imaginable it seems and it never works. The repairman thinks he has fixed the issue because he only runs the cassettes with no image on them. It's strange!
Our company recently acquired the AGFA CR 30 X, but it did not come with any manuals for us to reference or help in order for us to begin the use of the equipment. Is there a universal username or password in order for us to start using this unit? Thank you
After realizing I can change and spoof the MAC address. I had already tried several methods of getting the license .ALF file to read with no luck. I get and [MESS252 Licensing Error] when loading the Agfa Configurator. I get a [MESS141] when running the NX viewer. How do I create a new .alf file?adbservice is running as well as the Agfa license service.What are the correct steps to creating a new ALF file?License dongle is a WUBIKEY BOX U+ server is running and I can see the dongle in the WUBI server monitor.When in the licensing manger is allows me to only create a new finger print. Not sure what to do at this point. Thank you for your time and answers.
The PC with OmniVue software crashed hard and I had to replace it. The customer did not have their OmniVue install software so I installed e-film viewing software on the new PC. I have everything configured for the DICOM - AE_Title, IP address, and port - but it fails the verification everytime. I can ping between the 2 PC's but telnet times out unable to access the ports from either PC. NX software is on Windows XP with ethernet cable, the e-film software is on a Windows 10 PC using wireless. Does anyone know why the 2 PC's can't communicate using DICOM?