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Re: Won't Boot up
You need to locate the JBAT1, CLRCMOS,CLRCLK, or similair terminals to clear the cmos settings or try removing the cmos battery, althogh you may need to do both as this will set the clock speed back to default
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Most Netgear routers have a recessed button on the back or bottom panel, marked "Reset" or "Restore Factory Settings". Because the button is recessed, you will require a thin tool to press it. Most people use a straightened paperclip.
Power up the router, and wait for it to complete booting up, typically about one minute.
Press the Reset or Restore Factory Settings button until the test or power led starts blinking. This takes about 20 seconds. Release the button.
Wait for the router to reboot.
Log in with the default password.
If the reset was not successful, try these additional steps AFTER the router has finished rebooting.
Unplug the router's power.
Press and hold the Reset button. While the button is held down, reconnect router's power.
Continue to hold the reset button for 20 seconds after reconnecting the power.
Probably a faulty hard drive. go into the setup screen and verify the HD setting is correct. save your settings and reboot. if this doesn't solve it, then take out battery and disconnect power, remove hard drive and reconnect. try reboot. if none of that works, then replace hard drive and reinstall OS.
Take the Battery out.
Place it back in.
Press and hold the Vol down : Home : Power buttons simultaneously for 10 sec.
Using the volume buttons navigate to the reset to factory settings option.
press select (left of home on L55C).
Confirm to reset.
Select to reboot.
You should be good.
If your phone isn't on a constant reboot cycle and can boot up, then go into Admin Setting and do a Format File System reset. NOTE: Only try this if you know how to download the software files onto the phone via FTP server. Once you download the latest software your phone should be almost as good as new.
Boot the computer and watch the screen. It will tell you what key to hit to get into the Bios or System Setup. You have to hit the key when you see the message or it won't work and you will have to restart.
It also shows you which key to hit to change the Boot Sequence or Boot Order. But you have to hit the key when the message appears on the screen or it won't work and you'll have to reboot. This is a temporary 1 time change for the current boot cycle. When you change it in the Bios or System Setup it's a permanent change.
OverheatingWhen the CPU overheats then it will shut down (i.e. thermaloverload) and won't boot up again until it has cooled down. If this is theproblem is not fixed then the CPU will eventually fail. A faulty fan causes the problem or the fan and heat sink assembly are cloggedwith dust. Check the CPU fan to see if it spins freely, if not replace the fan. If the fan and heat sink is clogged with dust the remove the dust and make surethe vents are clear and dust free. Use a small brush and can of compressed airto do this.
Depends on what you mean by won't boot from DVD or Hard Drive, it sounds like your boot order is what you're looking for help for.
To do this you need to get into your computers BIOS (or "Setup") You can do this by rebooting the computer and the very very very first screen you see tells you how, usually by pressing DEL or F2 or F10.
Without knowing the specific computer you're looking for help on I can only point you in the right direction however keep in mind the BIOS is for advanced users only and you can damage your computer by randomly changing settings.
What you're looking for though is usually called the Boot Order or Boot Sequence You'll need to set whatever device you want to boot from higher on the list (usually with the up arrow or PgUp) If you don't see your device on the boot list then it may not be detected due to failure.
Reset the CMOS to defaults. Since it is not actually booting properly you will have to jumper it. Hopefully you have the manual and you need to look at the layout and find what jumpers need to be shorted to reset