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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.
Ooh. My 2-year-old Literati did the same thing. Multiple attempts to reset (paperclip in the hole in the back) and to do a hard reset (regular reset + pressing and holding the power button) failed. It wouldn't even turn off; I let the battery run down and recharged through several cycles. No dice. Dead, dead, dead. I suggest that you try the resets, but I fear that your reader is just kaput and will need recycling [MerchSource allegedly will help with that: (800)
374-2744.] Scouring other chat threads didn't seem to yield any other options, but you can look here and maybe have better luck. Sorry.
If you've got a locked up iPad app or otherwise misbehaving iPad, and
want to reboot / reset your iPad, simply hold the sleep and home
buttons together until the iPad restarts.
You'll see the shutoff slider come up first, but just keep holding.
The screen will go blank and the Apple logo will reappear as the iPad
Note: this does not reset any data on your iPad. This is just a restart, equivalent to rebooting your computer.
Have you tried resetting the Pandigital. There is a small hole that you can put a paper clip in and it will reset the reader. It will take a few minutes to reboot after you press the reset. You should also go to the Pandigital site and update the reader. I have attached the link to there site. Thanks for using FixYa http://www.pandigital.net/Downloads
My mom's did the same thing. Try holding in the reset button and the power button at the same time for 25 - 30 seconds. release them both when you see the Cruz boot screen appear. It should be fine after that