Submit an email to your principal with details of the technology problem/request. The principal will access the request, determine if it should be forwarded to the helpdesk. Workorders are prioritize by the date received. Emergencies, (servers, loss of connectivity, are handled as priorities).
You should send a email to your principal, to include your serial number or service tag number of your workstation. This error message is due to a fan not working properly and will need to be replaced. Continuing to use the workstation could cause damage to the motherboard.
Open your Internet Explorer browser. Go to http://inet.clayk12.org. Your user name is your last name, first initial with the ending of @clayk12.org. If you have forgotten your password, you must contact the system administrator at the Central Office to set a new password.
1. Check to make sure you are logged onto the network. When you first started your workstation you should have entered a user name and password to access the network. If you are logged on, see how to map a drive. If you have forgotten your username and/or password, please contact your principal to reset.
1. Check the back of the computer, where the patch cable is connected to make sure there is a green light. If there is no green light, the problem is with the network connection (possible network card or cable), complete a technology maintenance request form. If the light is green the problem is with the setup of the computer, check to make sure your drive is mapped correctly to the STI data path
Windows XP Machines - 1. Right click on My Network Places 2. Choose Map Network Drive 3. There are now two line that have to be filled out: Drive and Path. See the STI contact person at your school for your drive and path info. 4. Make sure the box that says "reconnect at login" is checked. 5. Click OK.
Try anotjher working monitor. If it works, then you know the monitor is bad. If this does not work, then your video card is bad. Complete a work order request along with your computer serial # or serial express tag code. Along with details of what you tried.