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Windows date/time does not persist across shutdowns. It must always be reset

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Sounds like a CMOS battery problem, assuming the internal power battery is working fine. May have to get someone to open your tablet PC to replace the battery (cmos)

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I keep having to reset the date and time on my Nextbook tablet.


well first is it reading your sd right if so go to your settings and click date and time and chage them to your regional time click the state you are in and save it

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How to fix a hanged/frozen/non responsive Pan Digital Novel E-Reader


Hello,

If your Pan Digital Novel Reader... does not respond or hangs, it means the unit/device has frozen. This is a software/OS (operating system) problem.

Usually, resetting should do the fix. To reset, push the hole at the back of the unit with paperclip and the unit will reset. But if you have reset the unit by pushing the small hole at the back with paperclip (which means reset) and that seems not to solve the problem, then it means the operating system of the unit is corrupt. This is a software problem and to fix this problem, you need to install the firmware for your unit.

Firmware helps to remove the corrupt software and re-install a new one. Your unit will be as new once this is done.

Upgrade via PC

This option is for Windows PC only at this time.
With this method, you must connect your pandigital novel to a PC and then run a downloader program which automatically downloads the firmware to your device.
1. On your computer, go to www.pandigital.net/downloads.
2. Choose the "Upgrade with Your PC" option.
3. When asked to Save or Run, select Run.
4. Follow the prompts in the Upgrader window to download the firmware into your device.
5. After the download is complete, turn your device off.
6. Press the Volume + key plus slide the power key on simultaneously for 5 seconds, and then release both.
7. Your device is upgraded and restarts automatically.
8. In the Language setup screen, tap Save with English selected (other languages will be available in future firmware upgrades).
9. In the Date/Time screen, if necessary, tap in the Time Zone, Date, and Time fields to set the correct time for your location. IMPORTANT: In order to connect with your Barnes & Noble online account, the Date and Time must be set correctly according to your location.
10. Tap Save.
11. The HOME screen is displayed.

Re-Upgrade

If you have previously performed a firmware upgrade to your device using one of the above methods, we recommend that you move the existing upgrade file into a different folder before performing another upgrade, which allows you to revert back to the existing version if desired.
1. Connect the device to your computer.
2. In a Windows Explorer or Finder window, create a new folder titled Firmware, and then copy the existing upgrade file into the Firmware folder. (The upgrade file is named similar to SYY_MM_DDK_PD_INX7E_ENG_6410POP.)
3. Perform the new upgrade using one of the methods above.
Revert back to Previous Version
1. Connect the device to your computer.
2. In a Windows Explorer or Finder window, delete the upgrade file from the root, and then copy the upgrade file from the Firmware folder back into the root of the device.
3. Turn your device off.
4. Press the Volume + key plus slide the power key on simultaneously for 5 seconds, and then release both.
5. Your device is upgraded again and restarts automatically.
6. Follow the prompts to re-set your language and date and time.

I hope you found the above helpful.

Regards.

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How to set date and time on asus tablet for camera


If it is an Android tablet you should have correct time once you connect to the internet automatically. If it is wrong go into settings and it should be under "Date and Time" . There are various options like 24 or 12 hr format. By default the box for "Automatic Date and Time" which uses network provided internet should be checked and just connect to wi-fi somewhere and you will be all set.
If is is a Windows based OS click the bottom left corner where time and date is and you will see the option to change it.

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Kindle will not shut off-goes to shut off or cancel but wont move. doesnt charge well-doesnt always hold charge


Patricia, Using the power switch, you can forcibly reset your Kindle device. This reset will shut down the Kindle without accessing the shutdown command from within the Kindle's operating system, a particularly useful tool when dealing with a frozen Kindle. To initiate a hard shutdown, Kindle disconnect from its charger, slide and hold the power switch for about 20 seconds. This will force the Kindle to shut down, now it can be restarted normally.
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Where is the reset button on the kindle fire?


According to eHow.com: " E-Reader Soft Reset
  • 1 Open your Kindle's Menu while on the Home screen. Do so by pressing the Menu button, or the onscreen Menu icon for Kindle Paperwhite owners. Select the "Settings" option.
  • 2 Choose "Menu" again from within the Settings menu. This displays a different menu than before.
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  • 3 Choose the "Restart" option. Wait while your Kindle powers off and on again.
E-Reader Hard Reset
  • 1 Charge your Kindle e-reader before performing a hard reset. Charging helps ensure your problem isn't related to the device having a low battery.
  • 2 Hold down the Power button for 20 seconds. The screen will change after a few seconds, but continue holding the power button for the full 20 seconds before releasing.
  • 3 Wait while your Kindle restarts.
E-Reader Factory Reset
  • 1 Press your Kindle's Menu button. Select "Settings" from the menu.
  • 2 Open the menu once more from within the Settings window. Select "Reset to Factory Defaults," or "Reset Device" if you're using a Paperwhite.
  • 3 Select "Yes" in the confirmation window after reading the warning. Wait while your Kindle restarts and restores.
Fire Soft Reset
  • 1 Hold the Power button down for three to five seconds. A Shutdown window appears.
  • 2 Tap the "Power Off" button in the Shutdown window. Wait for the Fire to shut down completely.
  • 3 Press the Power button to turn the device on again.
Fire Hard Reset
  • 1 Plug your Kindle Fire in and give it time to charge before performing a hard reset. This helps ensure your issues aren't related to having a low battery.
  • 2 Hold down the Power button for 20 seconds. The Kindle Fire will shut down.
  • 3 Press the Power button to turn the Kindle Fire back on.
Fire Factory Reset
  • 1 Swipe your finger down from the top of your Kindle Fire's screen, presenting the Quick Settings menu.
  • 2 Tap the "Settings" option and select "Device."
  • 3 Select "Reset to Factory Defaults," then tap the "Reset" button. Wait while your Kindle Fire restarts and restores.


Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_6122863_reset-kindle.html

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Windows clock problem


Dear Bob,

When this happens, in general it is because the computer's real time clock battery (also known as RTC battery, CMOS battery or BIOS battery) is depleted. It is not the power battery at the back of your device - generally it is located inside the PC and looks like a small coin with the size of a dime or a quarter. If you search in image.google.com for CR2032 or CR2016 you will see different brands and assemblies for them.

It is the power of this battery that is used to maintain the real time clock circuit working when you switch off or remove the power or the main battery from your PC, keeping the date and time being updated continuously.

To change it, you will need to unscrew and remove the back covers of your device and look for this kind of battery. Buy another one with the same size and thickness (check their model, like the ones mentioned above) and reinsert it to the same holder where you took it from. If it is soldered to a cable and connector, you will need to find one assembled like that or you will have to ask a repair technician to do unsolder the cable from the oldest one and solder it to the new one for you (always remembering to isolate it with electrical tape before connecting it to the circuit, to avoid short circuits).

In the next time you power your device on, it may warn you that the CMOS battery was changed and you will have to enter the BIOS setup and adjust it accordingly. The next time you switch it off and on again, it is supposed to work properly, without resetting the date and time.

Hope you may find this helpful!

Best regards,

Miguel Luiz Martins

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My emerson em543 tablet will not keep the correct date and time


Unfortunately, the only way I've found is to set it to sync automatically via wi-fi. It always resets to 1-1-1970, 12:00, but after it connects to the internet, it sets the correct time. It's a headache, I know. My sister has an 8" Polaroid tablet that DOES keep the right time, so I'd suggest trying out the 4.3" Polaroid tablet if you're set on having one of these budget mini-tablets.

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Windows xp log on screen


tap F8 during startup and select safe mode,

log on to administrator then do the following:-

Start -> Control Panel --> User Accounts

Select the HP Administrator User and change its password

Shutdown then log on normally

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