TL;DR: Head to Control Panel > Windows Updates, click View Update History, click Installed Updates, uninstall KB4480960 (reboot) then uninstall KB4480970 (reboot).
For ConsignPro consignment software users, you’ve been told for years, “Make sure you do your end-of-year backup!” Stores would call us, ask us how to do this, and every year it would be an ordeal as stores tried to accomplish this task.
Just got off the phone with a customer that called-in to report, “We’re down — we can’t ring-up any sales!!!” Their issue? The NumLock key was off on their keyboard. 🙂 NumLock off = can’t type numbers using the numbers/keypad on the right = can’t type-in dollar amounts, item numbers, etc.
What makes professional consignment software, professional? What makes one programmer better than another? Something I’ve learned over the years and something I take pride in, is paying attention to the details.
Liberty Consignment unable to connect to database is a common issue with Liberty.
If you want to skip the boring parts below:
- Walk around your store with a pen and paper and make note of each computer and where its network cable plugs-in at.
- Make note of each network ‘box’ — e.g. you modem, router, and any little hubs/switches.
The Computer Peeps proactively monitor and maintain all of the computer systems for Michele @ Repeat Street in Mississippi. In addition to Repeat Street, Michele also owns Orange Peel and Revolution Consignment.
The Computer Peeps monitor a variety of things for consignment store owners. There are plenty of ‘monitoring’ systems and software out there and you can pay a lot of money for said systems, but simply buying a monitoring service and trying to resell it as a ‘managed service provider’, isn’t the same as what The Computer Peeps do.