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When you press the power button on the <b>iPad</b> actually turns off just the monitor. That's why we talk so fast. What can be done to conserve battery power, or to recover from the freeze is to reboot the system. To do this simply by holding both the power button and the Home button until the red slider appears. Press and turn the <b>iPad</b>. Give it a minute and you can reboot by pressing the power button. It seems that a few seconds before responding so be patient.
1. Unplug the recorder from the wall outlet and DISCONNECT THE ANTENNA. Now plug it back into the wall power outlet.(This will keep the recorder from freezing and rebooting)
2. let it go thru it's normal bootup, tv guide search, etc.
3. When you are able to, hit MENU and then go up to TIMERS. Delete all of the record timers. Unplug it, reconnect the antenna, and plug it back in.
4. After a now a proper bootup, re-program you timers and you will be good to go.
5. And the best thing is, all of your pre-recorded shows will still be there on the hard drive.
I have 3 of these 7000pals and 2 have done this same thing, one of them did it twice. It seems like after years of adding and deleting timers, the DVR's software gets "confused". I've noticed twice it happened "on the hour" just as a program timer started while I was watching a program through the DVR. ZAP...Locked up! The power button would not even work to turn it off.
I would suggest that you do a yearly "TIMER CLEAN" to avoid this trouble in the future.
Turn the tablet all the way off, press and hold the VOL - and power at the same time for 8 to 9 seconds, it will show a green android guy with a system recovery menu. Use vol - to go down to Wipe Data/Factory Reset, press the power button to select it, go down to 'yes' to confirm, press the power button to select it, it will wipe the tablet, you then press the power button on 'reboot system'.
If the receiver is powering off/on, there may be an issue with the power supply. Have you unplugged the receiver from the electrical outlet? If not, unplug for 10 seconds and plug back in. This will reboot the receiver and have it reacquire the satellite signal. If the lights do not illuminate after plugging the receiver back into the electrical outlet, please call 1-800-333-3474. We need to replace the receiver.
Dell seem to not make a lot of computers with reboot/reset button. If Windows is already running, you can turn it off or reboot it from the start menu. What you can also do is to hold down the power button for at least 5 seconds. Usually it will turn it off itself if you hold it for long enough.
same problem, my nv-ds50 powers up, but with the with power light flashing in twos and then powers itself down. The menu button sometimes works briefly when it's powered up. I had been transferring video back to mini dv tape from the pc (pinnacle studio 8) when I first encountered the problem and was wondering if I damaged something in the camera by powering up/down in the wrong sequence using my firewire cable?? I also seem to have a lower case "f" to the right of the timecode when it powers up - & cannot find any documentation as to what that could mean (although perhaps it's a "t" for timecode?)...I tried the c.reset option in "display setup" a few minutes ago - no luck then...but hey bingo, now I seem to have it back on line again ...go figure!