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Start up after hibernating

The on/off button works fine as long as the ElitePad is not in hibernation. After hibernation sets in I'll have to un-dock the ElitePad in order to start it up again. Do you have any advice for me?

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Go to control panel/Power settings. Set the key for power up from Hibernation.
Best thing is turn off Hibernation.

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take out battery or unplug from wall open cpu or lap top and remove the inner memory batt. this will kill the last mode it remembers thats why its stuck. leave out for 2-4 hrs for best results. min 1hr and a half

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Read the manual to see how to wake it up.

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