Frequently Asked Question - I notice that occasionally the Multipurpose USB Device will flash the attention signal. Is this to warn me about system critical events?

I notice that occasionally the Multipurpose USB Device will flash the attention signal. Is this to warn me about system critical events?

Anytime a Service Center dialog box or user prompt appear on-screen, the Multipurpose USB Device will flash the attention signal. This simply indicates you need to take action with the user prompt or dialog box before Service Center proceeds. If a user prompt or dialog box has a defined time limit for remaining open, the Multipurpose USB Device will flash the attention signal. If the defined time limit passes without user interaction, the test will record a N/A result in the test log but the Multipurpose USB Device will signal as Passed. To alter the behavior for timed prompts, add the following parameter to the [PCDR] section of the PCDR.ini:

iLedAttnType=

This parameter supports three values:

Value 0:

    This value will not generate an Attention Required signal when user prompts appear on screen.

Value 1:

    This value will generate an Attention Required signal for any prompt that does not include a defined time limit.

Value 2:

    This value will generate an Attention Required signal for all user prompts.