My hp rx1950 wont turn on after a few hours.
I then have to pull out the battery, restart the whole device. After that, the PDA works 100% fine. I can even turn on and off the device. The battery is 100% too.
As i think that the device is alright, I put it back into my bag. After a period of time(maybe over an hour) , when i want to switch on the device to check my timetable. It wont turn on again. I have to pull out the battery for the second time. Then it will work fine, but later the same thing happens.
This dead loop has gone on for the whole day already.
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Re: my hp rx1950 won't turn on after a while
There could be a piece of software running that is locking up the device. You might want to check for updates to your PDA and any software you have installed on it. If that doesn't work try doing a hard reset, which will erase everything, then reinstall one application per day to see if the problem pops up after one of the applications is installed. If that doesn't work, it could be hardware issue, if there is an extra storage device in it pull it out and see what it does. You will have to troubleshoot. Try different things and see what the result is, eventually you'll be able to narrow it down.
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there is a high possibility the battery is dead. or maybe the bike isnot charging the battery. i suggest push starting it then ride it a few blocks and shut it off pull the key and then start it again...it might be the attery wont hold a charge...if thats the case then replace it but do that before messing with the stator. hope this helps good luck!
Due to regular use of the notebook, some static charges tend to stay in the computer, and sometimes results in not allowing the computer to function properly.
Please follow the power drain procedure to confirm the same:
1. Disconnect the AC Adapter. 2. Remove the Battery. 3. Hold the Power button down for 30seconds to 1 minute. 4. Put the Battery in. 5. Reconnect the AC adapter. 6. Turn on the Notebook power. 7. Restart the Notebook.
If the Notebook boots up you may fix the battery back. Try restarting the computer only with the AC power, without the battery & vice-versa. If the issue still persists then I request you to reset the memory modules, as sometimes the memory module connection get loose.
I have the same problem, after I did the hard reset and installed no programs, this power problem disappeared. But once i installed any programs, PDA battery life became no longer than 2 days, which is strange.
I have had a HP Photosmart 945 for a few years now. A few days ago was
the first time I saw my camera experience the problem described above.
I thought something is wrong with the on-bard logic.
my batteries (4x2300mAh NiMH AAs) with four other freshly charged
batteries of the same kind didn't fix it. The camera's LCD kept
flashing on and off for almost an hour until my family got tired of it
and turned it off by removing the batteries.
I just replaced the rechargeable batteries with four regular alkaline batteries and now suddenly it works. Go figure.
moral is that changing the batteries sometimes helps. When it works, it
will get your camera going for a while. The problem, however, doesn't
seem to be battery-related or I would have seen it a long time ago with
smaller-capacity batteries like alkaline AAs. Something is very wrong
with the camera itself, that much is clear.
now is that I have an unreliable camera that can give out at any
moment. For example today it died in mid-shot and almost spoiled a
family event. For me the solution was "get a non-HP camera".