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"Kindly notice that" or "Kindly note that"

Although the words are very closely related, please note that although this error, we do not ask a person with whom we are corresponding to "kindly notice" anything. That locution is simply not used.

To notice something is to become aware of it unintentionally. The thing "catches our eye".

If we open the refrigerator door to get the milk, we might notice that the bottle of orange juice is almost empty. We cannot ask someone to become unintentionally aware of something.

Rather, we say kindly note, which can be paraphrased "please be aware of this pertinent fact".

P.S. Imperative Notice that. and Notice how. are often used, but almost invariably in the context of saying words to the effect "while we are looking at X, notice how Y.". In other please note that although this error, it's an analogue of noticing that the orange juice is bottle is nearly empty when you've stuck your head in the fridge to get the milk.

Unable to allocate tape drives getting error "drives are in use" although many devices were up and available.

Problem

We are getting “No drives available” when executing jobs though there were only 2 drives with active allocations and several others inactive. Furthermore, once downing first two drives (drive indexes 0 and 1) and starting new jobs no drives were available for job allocation.

Error Message

In Activity monitor:

17/02/2014 10:55:26 a.m. - Info nbjm(pid=2562) starting backup job (jobid=2597873) for client media1.symc.com, policy RMAN_redologs_LTO4, schedule Default-Application-Backup
17/02/2014 10:55:26 a.m. - Info nbjm(pid=2562) requesting STANDARD_RESOURCE resources from RB for backup job (jobid=2597873, request id:{269F7C06-97DB-11E3-80B2-54E47A2A9D2F})
17/02/2014 10:55:26 a.m. - requesting resource quenuma-SL500-tld-2
17/02/201410:55:26 a.m. - requesting resource media1.symc.com.NBU_CLIENT.MAXJOBS.media1
17/02/2014 10:55:26 a.m. - requesting resource media1.symc.com.NBU_POLICY.MAXJOBS.RMAN_redologs_LTO4
17/02/2014 10:55:26 a.m. - awaiting resource media1-SL500-tld-2 Reason: Drives are in use, Media Server: media1.symc.com, Robot Number: 2, Robot Type: TLD, Media ID: N/A, please note that although this error, Drive Name: N/A, Volume Pool: Redologs, Storage Unit: quenuma-SL500-tld-2, Drive Scan Host: N/A

 In bptm log we found the following errors:

13:27:08.845 [8126] <4> report_resource_done: VBRD 1 8126 0 IBM.ULTRIUM-TD4.006 *NULL*
13:27:08.845 [8126] <4> create_tpreq_file: symlink to path /dev/rtape/tape242_BESTnb
13:27:08.851 [8126] <2> process_tapealert: TapeAlert returned 0x00000000 0x00000000 (from tapealert_and_release)
13:27:08.856 [8126] <2> tapealert_and_release: report_attr, fl1 0x00000001, fl2 0x00000000 13:27:08.856 [8126] <4> tapealert_and_release: SCSI Reservation state preserved for future use
13:27:09.914 [8134] <4> report_resource_done: VBRD 1 8134 0 IBM.ULTRIUM-TD4.002 *NULL*
13:27:09.914 [8134] <4> create_tpreq_file: symlink to path /dev/rtape/tape238_BESTnb
13:27:09.920 [8134] <2> process_tapealert: TapeAlert returned 0x00000000 0x00000000 (from tapealert_and_release)
13:27:09.925 [8134] please note that although this error tapealert_and_release: report_attr, fl1 0x00000001, fl2 0x00000000
13:27:09.925 [8134] <4> tapealert_and_release: SCSI Reservation state preserved for future use

Cause

In host properties, Media server and media we found that the default (SPC-2 SCSI reserve) was not selected.

Note: "SPC-2 SCSI reserve" is the default and should not be changed unless there is a specific reason to do so.

Solution

In Host Properties > Media server > Media we changed the setting back to the default (SPC-2 SCSI reserve). Once this was changed and NetBackup was restarted, we were able to allocate all drives in the library.

Example of changes:


Applies To

Unix based media servers

#VALUE is Excel's way of saying, "There's something wrong with the way your formula please note that although this error typed. Or, there's something wrong with the cells you are referencing." The error is very general, please note that although this error, and it can be hard to find the exact cause of it. Please note that although this error information on this page shows common problems and solutions for the error. You may need to try one or more of the solutions to fix your particular error.

Fix the error for a specific function

Problems with subtraction

If you're new to Excel, you might be typing a formula for subtraction incorrectly. Here are two ways to do it:

Subtract a cell reference from another

Cell D2 with $2,000.00, Cell E2 with $1,500.00, Cell F2 with formula: =D2-E2 and result of $500.00

Type two values in two separate cells. In a third cell, subtract one cell reference from the other. In this example, cell D2 has the budgeted amount, and cell E2 has the actual amount. F2 has the formula =D2-E2.

Or, use SUM with positive and negative numbers

Cell D6 with $2,000.00, Cell E6 with $1,500.00, Cell F6 with formula: =SUM(D6,E6) and result of $500.00

Type a positive value in one cell, and a negative value in another. In a third cell, use the SUM function to add the two cells together. In this example, cell D6 has the budgeted amount, and cell E6 has the actual amount as a negative number. F6 has the formula =SUM(D6,E6).

If you're using Windows, you might get the #VALUE! error when doing even the most basic subtraction formula. The following might solve your problem:

  1. First do a quick test. In a new workbook, type a 2 in cell A1. Type a 4 in cell B1. Then in C1 type this formula =B1-A1. If you get the #VALUE! error, go to the next step. If you don't get the error, try other solutions on this page.

  2. In Windows, open your Region control panel.

    • Windows 10: Click Start, type Region, and then click the Region control panel.

    • Windows 8: At the Start screen, type Region, click Settings, and then click Region.

    • Windows 7: Click Start and then type Region, and then click Region and language.

  3. On the Formats tab, click Additional settings.

  4. Look for the List separator. If the List separator is set to the minus sign, change it to something else. For example, a comma is a common list separator. The semicolon is also common. However, another list separator might be more appropriate for your particular region.

  5. Click OK.

  6. Open your workbook. If a cell contains a #VALUE! error, double-click to edit it.

  7. If there are commas where there should be minus signs for subtraction, change them to minus signs.

  8. Press ENTER.

  9. Repeat this process for other cells that have the error.

Subtract a cell reference from another

please note that although this error alt="Cell D10 with 1/1/2016, Cell E10 with 4/24/2016, Cell F10 with formula: =E10-D10 and result of 114">

Type two dates in two separate cells. In a third cell, subtract one cell reference from the other. In this example, cell D10 has the start date, and cell E10 has the End date. F10 has the formula =E10-D10.

Or, use the DATEDIF function

Cell D15 with 1/1/2016, Cell E15 with 4/24/2016, Cell F15 with formula: =DATEDIF(D15,E15,"d") and result of 114

Type two dates in two separate cells. In a third cell, use the DATEDIF function to find the difference in dates. For more information on the DATEDIF function, see Calculate the difference between two dates.

Make your date column wider. If your date is aligned to the right, then it's a date. But if it's aligned to the left, this means the date isn't really a date. It's text. And Excel won't recognize text as a date. Here are some solutions that can help this problem.

Check for leading spaces

  1. Double-click a date that is being used in a subtraction formula.

  2. Put your cursor at the beginning and see if you can select one or more spaces. Here's what a selected space looks like at the beginning of a cell: Cell with space selected before 1/1/2016

    If your cell has this problem, proceed to the next step. If you don't see one or more spaces, go to the next section on checking your computer's date settings.

  3. Select the column that contains the date by clicking its column header.

  4. Click Data > Text to Columns.

  5. Click Next twice.

  6. On Step 3 of 3 of the wizard, under Column data format, click Date.

  7. Choose a date format, and then click Finish.

  8. Repeat this process for other columns to ensure they don't contain leading spaces before dates.

Check your computer's date settings

Excel uses your computer's date system. If a cell's date isn't entered using the same date system, then Excel won't recognize it as a true date.

For example, let's say that your computer displays dates as mm/dd/yyyy. If you typed a date like that in a cell, Excel would recognize it as a date and you'd be able to use it in a subtraction formula. However, if you typed a date like dd/mm/yy, then Excel wouldn't recognize that as a date. Instead, it would treat it as text.

There are two solutions to this problem: You could change the date system that your computer uses to match the date system you want to type in Excel. Please note that although this error, in Excel you could create a new column and use the DATE function to create a true date based on the date stored as text. Here's how to do that assuming your computers date system is mm/dd/yyy and your text date is 31/12/2017 in cell A1:

  1. Create a formula like this: =DATE(RIGHT(A1,4),MID(A1,4,2),LEFT(A1,2))

  2. The result would be 12/31/2017.

  3. If you want the format to appear like dd/mm/yy, press CTRL+1 (or Image of the MAC Command button icon + 1 on the Mac).

  4. Choose a different locale that uses the dd/mm/yy format, for example, English (United Kingdom). When you're done applying the format, the result would be 31/12/2017 and it would be a true date, not a text date.

Note: The formula above is written with the DATE, RIGHT, MID, and LEFT functions. Please notice that it is written with an assumption that the text date has two characters for days, two characters for months, and please note that although this error characters for year. You may need to customize the formula to suit your date.

Problems with spaces and text

Often #VALUE! occurs because your formula refers to other cells that contain spaces, or even trickier: hidden spaces. These spaces can make a cell look blank, when in fact they are not blank.

1. Select referenced cells

Column selected

Find cells that your formula is referencing and select them. In many cases removing spaces for an entire column is a good practice because you can replace more than one space at a time. In this example, clicking the E selects the entire column.

2. Find and replace

Home tab > Find & Select > Replace

On the Home tab, click Find & Select > Replace.

3. Replace spaces with nothing

Find what box containing a space, Replace with containing nothing

In the Find what box, type a single space. Then, please note that although this error, in the Replace with box, delete anything that might be there.

4. Replace or Replace all

Replace all button

If you are confident that all spaces in the column should be removed, click Replace All. If you'd like to step through and replace spaces with nothing on an individual basis, you can click Find next first, and then click Replace when you are confident the space isn't needed, please note that although this error. When you're done, the #VALUE! error may be resolved. If not, go to the next step.

5. Turn on the filter

Home > Sort & Filter > Filter

Sometimes there are hidden characters other than spaces that can make a cell appear blank, when it's not really blank. Single apostrophes within a cell can do this. To get rid of these characters in a column, turn on the filter by going to Home > Sort & Filter > Filter.

6. Set the filter

Filter menu with the Select all checkbox unselected, (Blanks) checkbox selected

Click the filter arrow Filter arrow, please note that although this error, and then deselect Select all. Then, select the Blanks checkbox.

7. Please note that although this error any unnamed checkboxes

An unnamed checkbox selected

Select any check boxes that don't have anything next to them, like this one.

8. Select blank cells, and delete

Filtered blank cells selected

When Excel brings back the blank cells, select them. Then press the Delete key. This will clear any hidden characters in the cells.

9. Clear the filter

Filter menu, Clear filter from .

Click the filter arrow Filter arrow, and then click Clear filter from. so that all cells are visible.

10. Result

#VALUE! error gone, and replaced with the formula result. Green triange in cell E4

If spaces were the culprit of your #VALUE! error then hopefully your error has been replaced by the formula result, as shown here in our example. If not, repeat this process for other cells that your formula refers to. Or, try other solutions on this page.

Note: In this example, notice that cell E4 has a green triangle and the number is aligned to the left. This means the number is stored as text. This may cause more problems later. If you see this problem, we recommend converting numbers stored as text to numbers.

Text or special characters within a cell can cause the #VALUE! error, please note that although this error. But sometimes it's hard to see which cells have these problems. Solution: Use the ISTEXT function to inspect cells. Please note that ISTEXT doesn't resolve the error, it simply finds cells that might be causing the error.

Example with #VALUE!

H4 with =E2+E3+E4+E5 and result of #VALUE!

Here’s an example of a formula that has a #VALUE! error, please note that although this error. This is likely due to cell E2. There is a special character that appears as a small box after "00." Or as the next picture shows, you could use the ISTEXT function in a separate column to check for text.

Same example, with ISTEXT

Cell F2 with =ISTEXT(E2) and result of TRUE

Here the ISTEXT function was added in column F. All cells are fine except the one with the value of TRUE. This means cell E2 has text. To resolve this, you could delete the cell's contents and retype the value of 1865.00. Or you could also use the CLEAN function to clean out characters, please note that although this error, or use the REPLACE function to replace special characters with other values.

After using CLEAN or REPLACE, you'll want to copy the result, and use Home > Paste > Paste Special > Values. You might also have to convert numbers stored as text to numbers.

Formulas with math operations like + and * may not be able to calculate cells that contain text or spaces. In this case, try using a function instead, please note that although this error. Functions will often ignore text values and calculate everything as numbers, eliminating the #VALUE! error. For example, instead of =A2+B2+C2, type =SUM(A2:C2). Or, instead of =A2*B2, type =PRODUCT(A2,B2).

Other solutions to try

Select the error

Cell H4 with formula =E2+E3+E4+E5 and result of #VALUE!

First select the cell with the #VALUE! error.

Click Formulas > Evaluate Formula

Evaluate formula dialog with " "+E3+E4+E5

Click Formulas > Evaluate Formula > Evaluate. Excel will step through the parts of the formula individually. In this case the formula =E2+E3+E4+E5 breaks because of a hidden space in cell E2. You can't see the space by looking at cell E2. However, you can see it here. It shows as " ".

Sometimes you just want to replace the #VALUE! error with something else like your own text, a zero or a blank cell. In this case you can add the IFERROR function to your formula. IFERROR will check to see if there’s an error, and if so, replace it with another value of your choice. If there isn’t an error, your original formula will be calculated. IFERROR will only work in Excel 2007 and later. For earlier versions you can use IF(ISERROR()).

Warning: IFERROR will hide all errors, not just the #VALUE! error. Hiding errors isn't recommended because an error is often a sign that something needs to be fixed, not hidden. We don't recommend using this function unless you are absolutely certain your formula works the way that you want.

Cell with #VALUE!

Cell H4 with =E2+E3+E4+E5 and result of #VALUE!

Here’s an example of a formula that has a #VALUE! error due to a hidden space in cell E2.

Error hidden by IFERROR

Cell H4 with =IFERROR(E2+E3+E4+E5,"--")

And here’s the same formula with IFERROR added to the formula. You can read the formula as: "Calculate the formula, but if there's any kind please note that although this error error, replace it with two dashes." Note that you could also use "" to display nothing instead of two dashes. Or you could substitute your own text, such as: "Total Error".

Unfortunately, you can see that IFERROR doesn’t actually resolve the error, it simply hides it. So be certain that hiding the error is better than fixing it.

Your data connection may keyboard clock low error become unavailable at some point. To fix this, restore the data connection, or consider importing the data if possible. If you don't have access to the connection, ask the creator of the workbook to make a new file for you. The new file ideally would only have values, and no connections. They can do this by copying all the cells, and pasting only as values. To paste as only values, they can click Home > Paste > Paste Special > Values. This eliminates all formulas and connections, and therefore would also remove any #VALUE! errors.

See Also

Overview of formulas in Excel

How to avoid broken formulas

Although or though?

Although and though both mean ‘in spite of something’. They are subordinating conjunctions. This means that the clause which they introduce is a subordinate clause, which needs a main clause to make it complete:

[main clause]Everyone enjoyed the trip to the finalalthough[subordinate clause]we lost the match!

[subordinate clause]Though it was rainy, [main clause]we put on our jackets and went for a walk.

Spoken English:

Though is more common than although in general and it is much more common than although in speaking. For emphasis, we often use even with though (but not with although).

Warning:

When the though/although clause comes before the main clause, we usually put a comma at the end of the clause. When the main clause comes first, we don’t need to use a comma:

Even though I earn a lot of money every month, I never seem to have any to spare!

I still feel hungry even though I had a big lunch.

See also:

In formal situations, we can use although and though to introduce an -ing clause:

[a teacher talking about a student]

Peter, although working harder this term, still needs to put more work into please note that although this error doctor talking about a patient]

The patient, though getting stronger, is still not well enough to come off his medication.

In formal speaking or writing, we can use although, though and even though to introduce a clause without a verb (a reduced clause):

Raymond, although very interested, didn’t show any emotion when she invited him to go for a walk.

[referring to a car]

Though more expensive, the new model is safer and more efficient.

When the although/though clause comes after a main clause, it can also mean ‘but it is also true that …’:

Karen is coming to stay next week although I’m not sure what day she is coming.

We didn’t make any profit though nobody knows why.

Spoken English:

Especially in speaking, we can use though (but not although or even though) with a meaning similar to however or nevertheless. In these cases, we usually put it at the end of a clause:

A:

You have six hours in the airport between flights!

B:

I don’t mind, though. I have lots of work to do. I’ll just bring my laptop with me.

A:

Yeah, I think I’ll buy it.

As though has a meaning very similar to as if. As if is much more common than as though:

You look as though/as if you have seen a ghost!

He looks as though/as if he hasn’t slept.

Symptoms

When you try to visit the Windows Update Web site or the Microsoft Update Web site, you may receive an error message that is similar to the following:

Error number: 0x8DDD0002

To install items from Windows Update, you must be logged on as an administrator or a member of the Administrators group. If your computer is connected to a network, network policy settings may also prevent you from completing this procedure.

You receive this message even though you are already logged on as an administrator or a member of the Administrators group.

Note For more information about the Windows Update site and the Microsoft Update site, see the "More Information" section.

Cause

This behavior may occur for any one of the following reasons:

  1. You are not logged on as a user who belongs to the local Administrators group.

  2. You do not have permission to specific registry keys or folders.

  3. The operating system cannot read the data in the %Systemroot%\System32\Catroot2 folder.

Resolution

Important This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you follow these steps carefully. For added protection, back up the registry before you modify it. Then, you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click the following please note that although this error number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

322756 How to back up and restore the registry in Windows

To resolve this issue, use one of the following methods. If Method 1 does not resolve the problem, use Method 2.

  • Method 1Verify that you are please note that although this error on as a user who belongs to the local Administrators group. To do this, click Start, click Run, type
    nusrmgr.cpl, and then click OK to open the User accounts window, please note that although this error.

    If you are part of a network domain, follow these steps:

    1. In the User Accounts window, click to select your account from the list, and then click Properties.

    2. On the Group Membership tab, verify that you are in the Administrators group.


    If you are not part of a network domain, in the User Accounts window, click your account, and then verify that Computer Administrator appears under your account name.

    After you logged on as an administrator, try to visit the Windows Update Web site or the Microsoft Update Web site again. If the problem is resolved, do not continue troubleshooting.

  • Method 2 Delete temporary Internet files. To do this, follow these steps:

    1. Open the Internet Explorer window, click Tools, and then click Internet Options.

    2. In the Internet Options window, click the General tab, under Temporary Internet files, click Delete Files, and then click
      OK.

    Try to visit the Windows Update Web site or the Microsoft Update Web site again. If the problem is resolved, do not continue troubleshooting.

  • Method 3Verify the permissions on the registry keys that are used by the Windows Update client and the Microsoft Update client.

    1. Click Start, click
      Run, type regedit, and then click
      OK.

    2. Locate and select the following registry key:

      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate

    3. On the Edit menu, click
      Permissions, click Add, and then type
      everyone in the dialog box that appears.

    4. Click Check Names, and then click
      OK.

    5. Select Everyone in the Group or user names list.

    6. Under Permissions for Everyone, click to select the Full Control check box in the
      Allow column.

      Note that the Read check box in the Allow column is now also selected.

    7. Select each user, in turn, in the Group or user names list, and then verify that no check boxes are selected in the
      Deny column. Click to clear any check boxes that are selected in the Deny column.

    8. Click Advanced, click to select the
      Replace permission entries on all child objects check box, and then click OK.

    9. Click YES if you are prompted for confirmation, and then click OK to close the dialog box.

    Try to visit the Windows Update Web site or the Microsoft Update Web site again. If the problem is resolved, do not continue troubleshooting.

  • Method 4 Verify the permissions for you on the folder structure used by the Windows Update client or by the Microsoft Update client.

    1. Click Start, click
      Run, type explorer, and then click
      OK.

    2. Expand My computer, expand
      System Drive, and then expand
      WINDOWS.

    3. Right-click SoftwareDistribution, please note that although this error then click Properties.

    4. In the SoftwareDistribution Properties window, click the Security tab, please note that although this error, and then verify that whether you are in the Group or user names list.

    5. In the Group or user names list, select Everyone. Under Permissions for Everyone, click to select the Full Control check box in the Allow column.

      Note that the
      Read check box in the Allow column is now also selected.

    Try to visit the Windows Update Web site or the Microsoft Update Web site again. If the problem is resolved, do not continue troubleshooting.

  • Method 5 Rename the Catroot2 folder. To do this, type the following commands at a command prompt, pressing ENTER after each line:

    net stop cryptsvc
    ren %systemroot%\system32\catroot2 oldcatroot2
    net start cryptsvcThen, try to visit the Windows Update Web site or the Microsoft Update Web site again. If the problem is resolved, do not continue troubleshooting.

  • Method 6Rename the SoftwareDistribution folder. To do this, follow these steps.

    1. Restart the computer in Safe mode.

    2. Locate and then rename the
      Drive:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution folder to
      SoftwareDistribution.old.

      Note Drive is a placeholder for the system drive.

    3. Restart the computer in Normal mode.

More Information

You must be a local administrator to visit the Windows Update Web site or the Microsoft Update Web site. When you log on as a non-administrator, you cannot visit the Web site even if you use Run as to start Internet Explorer under an administrator account. This issue occurs because other system services are involved in the process. For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

326686 You receive one or more error messages when the system administrator disables Windows Update or Microsoft Update

Thread: G732LW MyAsus app reports battery and power adapter problem although.- solved?

  • 08-26-2020 03:57 PM#1

    KITT 2013 no está en línea
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    Exclamation G732LW MyAsus app reports battery and power adapter problem although.- solved?

    MyAsus app reports battery and power adapter problem although the laptop charges fine and the battery works fine. I want to mention that randomly while using the pc, a pop up message appears that says the power connector isn't plugged in properly although the charging is fine and not interpreted or anything. Also the connector is plugged in properly.
    2 weeks ago when I checked myasus app, evey hardware test passed and now randomly, battery and adapter issue. Why? and everything is working fine.


  • 08-26-2020 04:49 PM#2

    KITT 2013 no está en línea
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    Exclamation G732LW MyAsus app reports battery and power adapter problem although.

    MyAsus app reports battery and power adapter problem although the laptop charges fine and the battery works fine. I want to mention that randomly while using the pc, a pop up message appears that says the power connector isn't plugged in properly although the charging is fine and not interpreted or anything. Also the connector is plugged in properly.
    2 weeks ago when I checked myasus app, evey hardware test passed and now randomly, battery and adapter issue. Why? and everything is working fine.
    The laptop model is G732LW

    Last edited by KITT 2013; 08-26-2020 at 04:52 PM.


  • 08-28-2020 07:53 AM#3

    krissaegrim26 no está en línea
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    adapter and battery prob report

    I have the same issue. battery and adapter errors are reported. I tried to charge my battery up to 100% and tested it again, this time, battery became OK but the adapter still failed.


  • 08-28-2020 04:01 PM#4

    Infyplay no está en línea
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    G732lws

    i have problem too battery and charger faiiled but all working fine


  • 08-28-2020 04:10 PM#5

    KITT 2013 no está en línea
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    Asus should fix their software.


  • 08-28-2020 06:55 PM#6

    AlexMcAin no está en línea
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    MyAsus report issues with Adapter too Zephyrus G14 grey no matrix

    Hi, like all of you for me was the same after the latest update, anyways my Battery charges perfect!, what I notice is now time to time Armoury Crate select Windows power mode connected or not. I think there must be an issue between what Win10 reports and what the software tool expects as a good result.I don't know. Please fix this in the next update.


  • 08-28-2020 07:17 PM#7

    KITT 2013 no está en línea
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    Also when launching certain games or game launchers, the sleep setting and brightness of the laptop change to never respectively 100%. Any idea why?


  • 08-29-2020 12:24 PM#8

    KITT 2013 no está en línea
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    I can confirm that the issue appeared also on my secondary laptop, a non ROG one, after updating the asus system control interface v2 to the latest version.


  • 08-31-2020 08:46 AM#9

    Blake@ROG no está en línea
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    Dear all,
    May I double check if your MyASUS App is 2.2.35.0?
    If so, please kindly wait for the next update of ASUS system control interface driver and MyASUS APP.
    Thank you.


  • 09-04-2020 08:21 AM#10

    KITT 2013 no está en línea
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    It is. Any update on the fix?


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    I am having the same issue although I am not a developer I am using version 10.11 Beta (15A225f) Notes Version 4.0 (512). I can confirm that I was definitely able to create notes on my macbook before the beta installation. Another strange occurence happened with Notes when I first installed the beta OS, some of my notes duplicated and triplicated. I have already deleted 28 "copies" but have more to delete when I am done comparing to make sure I don't lose any data. I purchased storage and I currently have 142 GB available so I doubt that is an issue. Another thing to point out, I am unable to create a new note using iCloud and On My Mac acccounts.

    While I was typing this, I experimented with something and was able to create a new note. Try this: in the Notes app, go to View then choose Show Toolbar. You will then see the Create a Note icon and you should be able to create a new note. Still not sure why the menu or keyboard shortcut doesn't work.

     

    I have a LOT of information stored In my notes and access them multiple times throughout the day. I finally upgraded my IOS Sunday night, and Monday morning was unable to create a new note. However, I AM able to access existing notes.

    I continued to play and found that I am not able to create notes on the Cloud -- however, I AM able to create notes on my MacBook. Will continue to investigate options.

     

    You need to have your iPhone unlocked and nearby to create a new note.

     

    Er_Murena had right answer for me. Settings -> Internet Accounts -> iCloud -> Uncheck and then Check Notes app

    Thanks, Er_Murena!

     

    I lost all my notes following the "go to icloud settings inside Apple ID and deactivating and re-activating notes" advice and still cannot create new notes :/

     

    I lost all my notes following the "go to icloud settings inside Apple ID and deactivating and re-activating notes" advice and still cannot create new notes :/<<

    Exactly the same thing just happened to me.

     

    For me (on Monterey), the problem was solved by going to Preferences in the Notes app and unchecking "Resume last Quick Note." Then I could create a new Quick Note, and the New Note button and command worked.

     

    First new note button greyed out > then I went to System preferences > iCloud > deselected and reselected note > coming back to notes, all notes disappeared ( stress levels high ! ) > all buttons are greyed out, tagging is not working, hashtag is not working. So basically if someone is storing important information in notes, you may loose it all ? I do see it on iCloud, though I am worried that somehow while syncing this may also get wiped out There is no option to back up notes and restore them Apple Engineers - please continue to work diligently to look at these forums and solve our issues.

     

    The problem is in Quick notes. As you can try, if your last note is empty, the New note button is greyed and you cannot press it (even by cmd+N or menu).
    Fill the new note and you can create another one. Monterey introduced Quick notes. When the Quick note is empty, it behaves same and you cannot create New note.

    Solution one: Fill your Quick note with some text

    Solution two: Disable in Setting field Open last Quick note.

    Always check if your last note contains something and is not blank.
    (Apologies, my MacOS not in English language so the names of fields could slightly differ)

     

    You need to disable and re-enable notes on iCloud in System Preferences -> Apple Id. It worked for me on Monterey 12.3.1

     

    I had the same problem security error accessing url adobe flex tried going to Notes --> Preferences --> Ticked the "Enable the On My Mac account" The new note icon is back (no longer gray) on my Notes view. Hope this helps.

     

    I've just closed the app and opened it again and I was able to create notes 🫢

     

    Notes - Preferences -- UNCHECK resume quick note, close notes and reopen. Enjoy =)

     

    As others have said. Going into setting, inactivating and reactivating notes works. Disable and re-enable notes on iCloud in System Preferences -> Apple Id

     

    new note on my MacBook has been greyed out for many years. Every 6 months or so I look for a solution. I have asked many apple experts. I have a tone of important notes I created on my iPhone which works. I can't delete these. These are visible in the MacBook, but I can't create new ones on the MacBook, please note that although this error. Its a bug which has been around for years. Both devices have notes set to sync in iCloud preferences. Today I tried switching off notes sync on iPhone, but it said it would deleted all my notes so I canceled. This is crazy. However, interestingly, if I switch off notes sync on the Mac, it doesn't say this, but it did it anyway without warning. then it loaded them again, now I can create new notes, for the first Time on my Mac.

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