Question about Hipstreet Tablets & eReaders
Have tried getting to recovery mode (Holding power button and volume up button) but screen just goes black instead of the recovery menu. If I don't do anything, the screen goes black for a second and it starts booting again, but same thing happens. Appears to be stuck in a boot loop. I've gotten to the recovery menu once before and everything was fine after for a month or two. I haven't been able to use my tablet in the past month or so because of this problem again.
If you cant get in on recovery mode there is little you can do - its hosed.
Take out any sdcard that may be in it and do a pin reset using the reset hole in the back of the tablet.
Posted on May 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'd look at trying to replace the BIOS battery...
Check out this guide for dis assembly instructions :
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
you have to go to gateway and download the driver for the SATA controller then save it to floppy or cd then hit F6 durning install then it will ask you for the driver. This Tablet will not see a non-gateway cd if you have the one that came with the tablet then you are good, but if not you will need to do this for the current drive or if yo upgrade to newer drive. Hope this get you started, I had this same problem and I thought it was my motherboard was bad because it would not see the hard drive during installation. This fixed my issue with the drive not being seen during installation of the OS.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
SOURCE: My hp tx2120 us was
You may have finally run into the dreaded "defective GPU" issue, that plagued HP and other manufacturers. Thousands of defective Nvidia chip sets were used in the manufacture of these laptops and if you got one of these, it would last about a year, then fail, in the just the way you describe. If you were out of warranty, HP took the low road and refused to fix them, unless you ponied up $450. Then they replaced the defective motherboards with a new one, with exactly the same component.
If you have one of these, you will better of buying a new machine. I'd avoid HP though.
Posted on Jun 11, 2011
Two most probable problems:
If it's still under warranty, get it repaired.
If not, buy a new one
Posted on Oct 13, 2013
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