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Mc9100: how do I reboot it?


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MC9090 Stuck Warm Booting


Here you can find links to both clean boot files for the WM5.0 and WM6.1 OS for the MC9090. If you need the full WM5.0 OS you can download it here. For upgrades to WM6.1 from WM5.0 fill out this form and BCTP will help you out.

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Hard drive not being recognised by compaq presario SR1975AN on warm boot


The hard disk may be running too hot.
The desktop case inside temperature maybe too hot. Check the power supply fan/CPU fan are operating correctly. You may need additional cooling in the desktop case an additional fan near the hard disk.

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Could you tell me what has to be done when the only item appearing on the screen is MC70?


Resetting the EDA

There are two reset functions, warm boot and cold boot. A warm boot restarts the EDA by closing all running
programs. A cold boot also restarts the EDA, and also resets the clock. Data saved in flash memory or a memory card is not lost.
Perform a warm boot first. If the EDA still does not respond, perform a cold boot.

Performing a Warm Boot - Soft reset

Hold down the Power button for approximately five seconds. As soon as the EDA starts to boot release the Power button.

Performing a Cold Boot - Hard reset

To perform a cold boot simultaneously press the Power button and the 1 and 9 keys.



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How do you clean Timberland scuff proof boots?


Timberland boots are made for hiking and working outside in all kinds of weather. Because of this you can expect your boots to get really dirty. They will need to be cleaned on a regular basis in order to get the most use out of them before having to buy a new pair. There are several ways of going about this because your boots can just be a little dirty, or they could have a stain.


  • Wet a towel with warm water and wipe down the boots with a side swiping motion. This will remove the dirt and leave your boots looking shiny when they dry.

  • Clean the bottom of your Timberland boots using warm water and a toothbrush. The toothbrush will allow you to get the dirt out of the tread of the boots. Rinse the bottom of the boots with warm water after you have removed the dirt. Allow to air dry.
  • Wipe the Timberland boots down from head to toe with baby wipes. You will need to use several to get the entire boot clean. Allow the boots to air dry.

  • Use a Gonzo Wonder Sponge (see Resources) when your Timberland boots have stains. You use a dry sponge and wipe down the area of your boots that need cleaned. This product costs less than $5 and can keep your boots looking like new.
  • Take the crust off of a piece of bread and let it sit out and become stale. Rub it over your boots where you have dirt and stains. Watch as the stale bread gets rid of the dirt and stains and brings the boots back to new again.
  • Get the scuff marks off of your Timberland boots with an eraser. This method really works and is free, assuming you have a pencil with an eraser in the house. Just rub the eraser over the scuff mark a few times and it will magically disappear
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    Motorola MC9090 G oes not cold boot.


    Hi,
     
    I've found this method works best especially on Window Mobile versions, windows CE does not seem to have the problem.
    1. Have the battery inserted, 
    2. Remove the battery so its at the first stage of removal,
    3. Hold down the On/Off button and trigger,
    4. Insert the battery, still with On/Off button and trigger held,
    5. As soon as the amber light flashes release the On/Off button and trigger.
    6. Unit will attempt to cold boot and then warm boot,
    7. If it works then it will boot through to the Windows Splash screen or desktop.
    8. If it fails and continuously warm boots, remove the battery fully as soon as it cycles a warm boot.
    9. The terminal will not switch off at this stage and will completely drain the backup battery and RAM, giving you a complete clean cold boot
    10. Leave the battery out fro 20 minutes.
    11. Power on and see how far you get. 
    If it still fails after this I would suggest a complete re-flash of the system. Please post a follow up question on how to do this.
    Hope this helps.
    If you need any more help then please do not hesitate to contact us:-
     
    helpdesk@biastechnology.com or TEL 01202 620955
    http://www.biastechnology.com/

    Jun 06, 2010 | Zebra Symbol Technologies MC909X-G Series...

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    Motorola MC9090 G oes not cold boot.


    Hi,
     
    I'vefound this method works best especially on Window Mobile versions, windows CEdoes not seem to have the problem.
    1. Have the battery inserted, 
    2. Remove the battery so its at the first stage of removal,
    3. Hold down the On/Off button and trigger,
    4. Insert the battery, still with On/Off button and trigger held,
    5. As soon as the amber light flashes release the On/Off button and trigger.
    6. Unit will attempt to cold boot and then warm boot,
    7. If it works then it will boot through to the Windows Splash screen or desktop.
    8. If it fails and continuously warm boots, remove the battery fully as soon as it cycles a warm boot.
    9. The terminal will not switch off at this stage and will completely drain the backup battery and RAM, giving you a complete clean cold boot
    10. Leave the battery out fro 20 minutes.
    11. Power on and see how far you get. 
    If it stillfails after this I would suggest a complete re-flash of the system. Please posta follow up question on how to do this.
    Hopethis helps.
    Ifyou need any more help then please do not hesitate to contact us:-
     
    helpdesk@biastechnology.com orTEL 01202 620955
    http://www.biastechnology.com/

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    Cold boot no HD warm boot it sees the hard drive


    Usually that is drive related not the motherboard. The drive may be slow to boot and the motherboard times out waiting for it. By the time you reboot the drive is running or spun up enough to get past this.

    To confirm you can try the drive in a differant computer as a secondary and then run scans and any stress test software. You may find the drive is failing or about to.

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    I can't boot a Symbol MC9090.


    She's Broken...contact your dealer or the Motorola Help Desk at 1-800-653-5350.

    Oct 02, 2009 | Zebra Symbol Technologies MC909X-G Series...

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    Diference between Cold boot and warm boot


    A warm boot restarts the mobile computer by closing all running programs. All data that is not saved is lost.

    A cold boot also restarts the mobile computer, but erases all stored records and entries from RAM. In addition it returns formats,
    preferences, and other settings to the factory default settings.


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