Question about Hitachi G1000 Pocket PC
My hitachi pc speaker phone boots outright immediately the battery is fixed. it therefore displays the copyright information and nothing works irrespective of what you press.
pressing the on/off button gives no indication.
i really need to fix this
thanks and counting on your support
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I've just received mine today from Argos Clearance Bargains (http://myworld.ebay.co.uk/argos-clearancebargains/) and had the same problem. I was already compoisng a strong complaint in my mind. Anyway I tried the reset method. Remove battery; open LCD screen;hold in reset buttona few seconds; reconnect battery; set to "off" and eject .... out popped a very dirty DVD-RW.
When I reinsterted it the problem recurred and I solved it the same way. I have now permenently removed the offending DVD and the cover opens and closes fine. I will buy some fresh DVDs this weekend and see if the problem returns.
Watch this space and also let me know how you get on,
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
Testimonial: "Worked perfect, Thanks"
SOURCE: I installed a hitachi 500gb
There is a series of phases the computer goes through before it tries to boot an installed operating system.
It sounds like your computer can start and does recognise your new hard drive, but dosn't look or recognise your original drive any longer. This is certainly the case if you remove the new drive, and the computer works like it's expected to.
The second thing is recognising which drive to boot from. This involves going to the BIOS settings, which is reached by pressing a magic button, while your computer is first starting up. It's different for various manufacturers, and sometimes displayed on the screen when the option is available, like "Press F2 to enter Setup" or something similar. My Computer says "Press F11 to go to setup; Press F12 for Boot options". The most common keys, if your computer isn't so forthcomming, are F2, F6, F11 and F12. Press all of these, (one at a time), soon after starting the computer, and you'll probably end up in the BIOS Setup.
In the BIOS setup there are options for the available "Drives" on your computer, with SATA capable BIOSs each drive port, (SATA plug), available has it's own page with options and explanations. Check that your original drive is Enabled still.
There should be a Boot Options page, where the available boot media is listed in the prefered priority, like (CD Drive, Floppy drive, USB drive, C: drive, D:Drive, etc.), on this list move your original drive, (May only be listed as the manufacturers number), to the top of the list.
Save the Settings and exit to reboot with the new settings.
Hopefully this leads to some solution.
Posted on Nov 04, 2012
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