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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check inside the laptop if your processor fan is working properly...sudden shutoff is usually cause when the censor in the board detects that the fan is not triggering to prevent overheating.
going to the nearest PC repair shop would be a good choice.
Posted on Oct 30, 2007
SOURCE: System will not power on!
My system seems to be locked in stand-by. When I unplug and replug the red power light comes on, but bwhren pressed just starts blinking like in stand-by. Help
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
Try going to www.creativelabs.com. Click on Support then choose Discussion Forums. They were very helpful when I had problems with my Zen.
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
SOURCE: unit says hello
This problem is normally caused by a dvd player with a dirty lens that it cannot read or detect a dvd in the player. At the same time if this is a dvd/vcr combo a vcr that will not load or is stuck can cause the problem. These can be checked by taking the screws off the unit and taking a look at the position of the dvd laser lens or the vcr position to see if it is in the fully eject position. The part that holds the laser lens to read the dvds can be moved manually back and forth to dislodge it from a stuck position with the power off. Depending on how long it sat around it could just be stuck. You see when you first turn the power on to the unit initially or try to eject a dvd, it will cycle through and try to read a dvd even though there is not one there on power up. If that assembly that moves the lens to read the dvd cannot move, it will cycle off and turn itself off even though you try to reset it with the power button.
A transistor on the power supply can also cause this problem but without taking signal and voltage measurements it would be difficult to pinpoint the exact one. So try moving the laser lens assembly manually and then turn it back on. Let me know. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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