Re: evo n620c system booting then closing down again
This Vipul from INDIA. For u r problem solution is as follows:-
* This can be a virus issue make following steps
1) Bring u r PC in safe mode & login with adminiatrator & then scan for virus.
2) If u have knowlage of DOS command u can remove the virus from u r PC.
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You need to reposition (clip) the torssion bar under the spacebar key (a steel wire formed in a wide U shape), it is unhooked, call for a professionnal if you'r not sure how to do this as you may brake the plastic hinge if you don't know what you'r dooing...
Hi, I had the same problem. The USB device has what appears to be a circle with dots connected to it facing the port. The dots are actually the word "Connect" in infintessimally small letters. Plug it in, then use your thumb to press down on the circle while using another finger to press up on the device's underside - in effect, squeeze it between your fingers where the circle is. You'll see a red light blink. At that point you can push the "connect" button on your mouse and it will work.
It sounds like you have the num lock switched on, most laptop keyboards are too small to have a separate numeric keypad so use the letter keys on the right side of the keyboard for this. (you should note numbers as well as the expected letters on the face of these keys).
To turn off the num lock, hold down the Fn key and press Ins. (located top right of the keyboard).
Check to be sure your "Number Lock" or "Function Lock" keys aren't lit. These can lock out certain parts of your keyboard. If either of these is lit, press them to unlock the locked portion of your keyboard. These can be found at the top right on a laptop and between the number pad and main keys on a desktop keyboard.
Save all open programs using your mouse. Use your mouse to restart your computer. This will only work if your computer isn't frozen. If your mouse doesn't move, press the power button on your Dell until the computer turns off. Press it again to restart. If the issue was lack of memory or a locked program, this will unlock your keyboard. Continue to Step 3 if the keyboard is still locked.
Shut down your computer using your mouse or power button. Don't restart. Unplug your Dell.
Remove the battery if you're using a laptop by turning the laptop over and sliding the battery release latch. Slide the battery out and replace after one minute. For desktops, disconnect the keyboard from the desktop. Reconnect after one or two minutes.
Reconnect the power adapter or AC cord. Start your computer.
If your keyboard is still locked on a Dell desktop, disconnect the keyboard. Restart your computer and reconnect the keyboard after the system boots. Allow your operating system to recognize and reinstall the keyboard
To disable the sleep button on the acer keyboard Do the following (Vista home)
Go to control panel (classic view) double click Power options.
left hand margin select Choose what the power buttons do.
This opens a systems settings page
You will see an option :
When I press the sleep button: (Don't worry that the picture of the button is different than the keyboard's Zz)
Select Do Nothing from the dropdown box.
Click the Save changes button at the bottom of the screen.
Those are shortcut keys. The half moon puts your computer in standby mode. The envelope is email and so on. You need to have the program for your keyboard running, ie: logitech setpoint to use these keys then you can press them and see what they do. It's fairly easy to figure out from that point.
Changing the default colour involves a little dis-mantling.
remove the screws from the back of the board. Carefully remove the rubber feet inserts too as there are 4 more screws under there.
Now remove the top section of the keyboard (the bit with the keys)
Lay the board down flat and you will notice where the usb cable comes in a circuit board. this has a connector with 4 wires attached to it on the left hand side. the wires are coloured red, grey, blue and black. Remove the connector and swap over the Blue and Red wires.
Re assemble the keyboard after reattaching the connector to the circuit board being VERY careful not to overtighten the screws.
Now at boot up the keyboard will by default be red.
You can download a manual here:
For the 1, A, and Down Arrow:
My guess is that these are actually the indicator lights for Num Lock, Caps Lock, and Scroll Lock.
For the four silver round buttons:
The top right corner of your Eclipse keyboard features a set of controls for changing your
computer?s audio volume and the brightness of the Eclipse Keyboard?s backlighting.
To reduce audio volume, press button A until the desired volume level is reached. To increase
volume, press button B. To mute the audio output, press button C and press it again to cancel
Press button D to control the brightness of the backlighting. Press the button to scroll through lights
off, lights full brightness and lights half brightness.