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Possible problems with 'px2-AO1' device (109)

2019-02-27, 3:38 AM

I keep getting emails with this subject line from alertnotification@lenovoemc.com.

 

The body reads:

 

"Your LenovoEMC px2-300d was shut down improperly, which can cause your most recent changes to be lost.

Device Information: 192.168.10.102, 4.1.106.31982, LenovoEMC px2-300d, I00D0B8242AC9"

 

What is sending these?  I have an Ideacentre.  I think it's a 650 but I don't remember and I can't see where to verify.

 

Thank you.

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Re: Possible problems with 'px2-AO1' device (109)

2019-02-27, 15:21 PM

PX2-300D is network storage.

 

PX2-300d error message following software update

 

Edit: You can use Lenovo Solution Center to retrieve information about your machine such as model and serial number.

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Re: Possible problems with 'px2-AO1' device (109)

2019-02-28, 0:10 AM

 wrote:

PX2-300D is network storage.

 

PX2-300d error message following software update

 

Edit: You can use Lenovo Solution Center to retrieve information about your machine such as model and serial number.


Ok, this is getting weirder.  I don't have network storage.  I need to check to see if that IP even matches my computer when I get home.

 

Thanks.

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Re: Possible problems with 'px2-AO1' device (109)

2019-06-08, 1:33 AM

I'm still getting these emails even though that IP address no longer exists.  I stopped using that router.  Plus, as I said, I don't have any network storage.  How can I trace this and get it to stop?

 

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