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Re: power on problems
Did you try a hard reset of the unit?
This is how to hard reset:
While holding down on the far left (calendar) and far right (iTask) press in on the reset button (reset hole) with your stylus for about 2-3 seconds. The Pocket PC should reset and power back on. If the device does not power back on, make sure that the battery lock switch is to the left (locked).
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If there's a problem with your screen or you're otherwise unable to do a factory reset via the settings menu, then you can use the hardware buttons to do a reset too. Simply turn your HTC One off, then press and hold the Volume Down and Power buttons. Continue to hold them until you enter the H Boot screen.Aug 23, 2014
Restarting HTC One (Soft reset) If HTC One is running slower than normal, is unresponsive, or has an app that is not performing properly, try rebooting and see if that helps solve the problem. If the display is off, press the POWER button to turn it back on. Press and hold the POWER button, and then tap Restart.
This is likely to be the most comon button usedvand therefore your problem could be general wear. The construction of most remote controls are pretty simple. Remove all visible screw s and batteries and pry sides apart. Buttons are usually a single layer of rubber with a conductive pad underneath that makes contact with the pcb below. Cleaning the area on the pcb where the power button makes contact and the bottom of the rubber button, will in most cases resolve your problem, was h the rubber button sheet with soapy warm water is ok. Obviously dry throughly before putting back together.
I used the
reset button on my last one whenever ctrl/alt/del failed to soft boot
Here is what Dell Chat tells me to do if ctrl/alt/del doesn't work:
Turn off the system from the power button. Remove the plug to the
power supply from the back off the system tower.Then hold the power
button on the tower down for 10 secs ( with the power cord removed).
Reconnect the power cord and then restart the system.This time do a
Thanks for using FixYa. Please check the following— 1. Is Power board output +5V? 2. Is J1 (#19 in the right diagram)connector good? 3. Is DC-DC OK, check the voltage at J1 using a
multimeter. 4. Is U4 (3.3V) working ok, U4 is an IC, you’ll need an
IC tester or an oscilloscope to check this IC. After checking this if it still doesn’t
work then check P3 D-sub Input (on the D-board). See this schematic for
Please do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.
I did the same thing and it works only be restarting it now but it works lol. I threw it agianst my bed . SO BEAT THE **** OUT OF YOUR CAMERA..then restart and it should work..*** made **** what can you say