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mine did this, i tried everything i thought. finally one of the geek squad guys told me to reboot my tablet. under settings you can reset everything back to factory settings. i uninstalled Facebook reinstalled it. but after i reset it back to factory setting it works like brand new. fast as ever. i lost all my data i had, so you may want to send it to another devise but this worked great for me. hope it helps.
Sounds like a previous update did not finish installing due to being switched off in mid stream or it got corrupted.good news is you can reset android tablets to factory settings...bad news is you will lose all you settings and apps which you will need to reinstall once it is up and running.most tablets reset in the same way.
switch off ...then whilst holding the up volume and the home button hold down the power button then continue holding just the vol up and home button.it will display the robot then you can let go of all the keys and follow on screen instructions to reinstall factory reset.
some tablets are a little bit different to reset...instead of volume up its volume down.if you google your make and model of tablet it will describe correct procedure...one last thing...do not panic if it doesn't reset first time...some Chinese based tablets may take two or three attempts to reset.
Check the display settings and the power settings.
You can set for 5 minutes the default is usually 30 seconds.
The power settings.
Make sure it is not in savings mode an turns off the display very quickly.
Some battery savers reset the display.
Even other programs will reset things you had no idea.
Remember to read the information packet before loading apps.
Good luck these are the most common Tablet issues.
You will likely have to reset your tablet to it's factory settings using the key sequence.. it'll mean you'll have to re-load your data and programs but you'll have your tablet back. Been there more than once... Oh well.. here's the procedure:
Press both the volume up key and the power button key to turn the tablet off completely. Once it's off, press down the power button and the volume key together. Release the power key and hold the volume up key until the "Factory Reset Menu" appears. It looks kind of like a robot with it's chest hatch open. Use your volume up and down buttons to move the selection to "Factory Reset" and press the power button to select it. The tablet will reset itself and you'll be back to a brand new tablet.
Try a hard reboot by pressing and holding the power button and select the option to restart the tablet. If unsuccessful check the manual or find instructions for that particular model and do a full reset/re-initialization. You will lose the settings and data if you do this reset.
It may just not be mounting the storage. Connect the HDD to the tablet. Go into settings > storage and look for a mount option for usb storage. Click that. Then if you have a file explorer program such as ESExplorer you can browse the usb storage.
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Anyone at all have a resolution for this issue? I bought this tablet for my granddaughter and I feel so bad that it won't load the internet! Just like the original poster said Click on the internet icon and it starts to load the google start screen then just as the progress bar on the top gets to the end POOF! It stops loading and goes right back to the 'desktop'. It is driving me crazy. I did a system restore and that did nothing. I tried removing all kinds of programs and that did nothing. VERY FRUSTRATING! I can't believe there are this many people having the same issue and to date no one still has an answer!
Your notebook has SATA hdd. Got into the bios (keep pressing F2 key on startup) then in the bios screen find HDD and press enter. Select IDE mode. Press f10 to save changes and exit. When this is done install XP.
Alternatively connect external usb floppy drive and unzip sata drivers into that. When booting from xp cd press f6 to load drivers.Follow onscreen instructions to load drivers and continue xp installation.
Please let me know if issue not solved for futher ts steps.