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Try holding down the rightmost white key while powering up the keyboard. This is a minor system restoration, which may solve your problem.
Below is a way to run diagnostics as well >>>>
if you think there might be something wrong with your board, you can have it perform several tests to see if all works well.
1. Power off
2. press C2# - F2 - G2# (all three together) and while keeping them depressed,
3. switch the power on.
You'll see the word "TEST" on the display
With Tempo - / + you can go to the test you want to perform. Start/Stop will start the test. Wait till a test is done!
You can check following items :
001 : Version
002 : Rom Check 1
003 : Ram Check 1
004 : flash Check 1
005 : Wave rom Check 1
006 : Effect ram Check
007 : TG 1 Check
014 : Pitch Check
015 : Output R Check
016 : Output L Check
019 : EQ low Check
020 : EQ mid Check
021 : EQ high Check
023 : Mute Check
025 : MIC Test (PSR3000)
027 : Sw, Led Check
028 : All panel led on Check
029 : Red led On Check
030 : green led On Check
033 : All LCD on Check
034 : All LCD off Check
036 : LCD Brightness Check
037 : LCD Pattern Check
040 : Pitbend wheel Check
041 : Moduration wheel Check
046 : Padal 1 Check
047 : Padal 2 Check
053 : Midi Check
055 : Video out NTSC RGB (PSR3000)
056 : Video out PAL RGB (PSR3000)
057 : USB To Device / Host Check
058 : USB Storage Device Check
059 : Card Check
061 : Keyboard Type Check
067 : Rom Check 2
068 : Ram Check 2
069 : flash Check 2
070 : Wave rom Check 2
071 : Effect ram Check 2
088 : Factory set
089 : Test End
When at 086, press Start/Stop to exit the test mode and your keyboard will continue to start up normally.
Good luck and regards.
Posted on Jan 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Reboot your system . Press F11 when started . Generally F11 is for recovery to the factory settings . If there is any other option for recovery , select it . Your system will be booted to the factory image if tha is already stored on your system.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
If the HD has never been removed it is unlikely it needs reseated. You need to go into the BIOS (press F1 during start-up) and see if the HD is visable under the drives section. If it is not then it is dead and needs replaced. Data recovery may be necessary if you need anything from it.
However to reseat it, turn the laptop over and there are two screws that come out to slide the HD out from the side. Pull it out and then push it back in firmly and replace the screws.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
If you are having issues with a backlight I would check the lcd inverter first. It is usually 20 dollars on ebay. I would avoid contacting dell as they are no help to people that are out of warranty.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
HP.Support.drivers put your model number in the search box, choose drivers - software. All the files that are compatible with your computer are there for the downloading and all is free.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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