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IBM SurePOS 4840-543 Base System Device Error... What do I need to install to remove this error?

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Getting a Base System Device error message in the Device Manager.  What do I need to install to remedy issue?
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can you "print screen" and upload the error message in here so that we can take a look ?? just save in a .jpg file and then tick on "Attach File" in here to upload it ...... :-)
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It was actually bad hardware.  But thank you for your response!
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