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System freezes during installation and hags with the windows logo .

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What to do if screen is frozen?


I'm assuming that this tablet was working before, and if it freeze now while showing the company logo, then it means that the system is either corrupt or you install a malware. The best way is to hard reset your device, almost all tablets and smartphones hhave a way to hard reset without the need to enter the system.
Just search for: How to hard reset Zeepad (model), and it should give a few options on how to hard reset your device. Best of luck.

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How to reinstall windows xp thinkpad x41


How to Reload Windows XP Without Removing Files Deleting system files, modifying the registry and installing incompatible drivers to Windows XP can damage the integrity of the operating system, rendering it inoperable. Virus infections are often responsible for making the aforementioned changes to a system, but employees who have administrative access to the workstation can make deleterious modifications to the OS as well. Reinstalling Windows XP can repair the OS, but if work-related files are stored to the system partition, all of the data will be erased during the installation process. To reload Windows XP without losing files, you can perform an in-place upgrade, also known as a repair installation.

Step 1
Insert the Windows XP CD into the optical drive and then press "Ctrl-Alt-Del" to restart the computer. Step 2Press any key when prompted to load the contents of the disc. Press "Enter" on the Welcome to Setup screen.
Step 3 Read the license agreement, pressing "PgDn" to scroll down the page. Press "F8" to agree to the terms. The CD will search for previous installations of Windows XP. Step 4
Press "R" to repair the selected operating system. The disc will begin reinstalling the operating system to the hard drive without affecting personal files. Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the repair installation. Step 5
Log in to Windows XP and sign on to the Internet when installation completes. Click "Start," "All Programs" and then "Windows Update." Step 6
Click "Scan for Updates" to search for applicable service packs and hotfixes to reinstall to the OS. Step 7
Click "Install Now" to bring the in-place upgrade up-to-date.
Things Needed
  • Windows XP CD

Tip
  • Make sure you have your Windows XP product key (found on the CD cover or on the computer case) available prior to reinstallation.

Warnings
  • If possible, back up your files previous to the installation in case something goes awry during the process.
  • You will need to reinstall all non-native programs and removable devices after performing an in-place upgrade.

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Hello there, i just owned a brand new Asus T100 for 2 days and today on the 3rd day after purchasing, i faced problems during boot/start up where the laptop gets frozen on the Asus logo screen.
I tried holding down the power button for 10 seconds and turned it on again. It ran a series of windows software updates before the start up, then after all software updates have been completed, the laptop resumed to freeze at the Asus logo screen again. I tried holding the power button for 10 secs followed by holding the power button and volume up button at the same time, to get into automatic repair/repair mode. THIS HELPS, get into the repair mode!

To cut it short, i tried the other advanced options as well as the restart button in the repair mode but to no avail. After carefully reading the different options in the 'advanced options' in repair mode...
Here's what worked for me:
1) If you're stuck at the Asus logo screen which doesn't seem to boot for ages or at least 10 minutes, hold down the power button for 10 seconds and let the screen turn black. (I did this with my charger plugged in, not too sure if it matters)
2) Count to 10 seconds. Switch the laptop on by HOLDING THE POWER BUTTON + VOLUME UP BUTTON at the same time. This will send the laptop into an 'automatic repair', followed by a 'diagnosing this PC' and after which you will see a blue screen which is the repair mode.
3) On the blue screen you will see 2 buttons, 'Restart' and 'Advanced Options'. Click on 'Advanced Options'. (DO NOT CLICK RESTART, it does nothing as you will get stuck again at the logo screen)
4) After clicking 'Advanced Options', click 'Advanced ....' (i forgot what exactly) and click 'STARTUP REPAIR'. This is the crucial part.Then follow whatever the system promts you.
5) Afterwards, it will attempt to repair your system then lead you back to the logo screen for startup.
6) Wait a few minutes and you should be able to get to your login screen as usual.

Hope this helps. I chanced upon it by guessing which would actually help me.

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Tablets wont boot up just shows arnova on screen and shuts down


I had same problem looping startup just showing Aenova screen, i tried the pin thing ended up doing a factory reset IT WORKED WAHEY!!
How can I do a Factory Reset on my tablet? If your tablet freezes often or if you get error messages during the start up of your tablet, you can use the recovery mode to reset your tablet to its factory settings, removing all installed applications as well as any data or content.
Your tablet must be up to date with the latest firmware - downloadable from the downloads area of this website.

To access Recovery mode on the ARNOVA 10bG3
To access to the recovery mode:
1. Hold down the volume button + and press the ON/OFF button.
2. Once the boot logo ARNOVA is displayed, release the volume button +.
The ANDROID green robot is displayed.
3. Once the ANDROID green robot is displayed, press simultaneously the volume button + and the ON/OFF button.
The Android system recovery screen is displayed.
a. Use the volume buttons to navigate
b. Use the ON/OFF button to select an option

To restore the default parameters of your tablet:
1. In the Android system recovery, select Wipe data/factory reset;
2. Select Yes -delete all user data.
3. Select Reboot system now.
Your tablet reboots. Redefine your parameters through the wizard.
Your tablet is restored to its default settings.


To access Recovery mode on the ARNOVA 9G3
To access to the recovery mode:
1. Hold down the Home button and press the ON/OFF button.
2. Once the ARNOVA boot logo is displayed, release the Home button.
The ANDROID green robot is displayed.
3. Once the ANDROID green robot is displayed, press simultaneously the volume button + and the ON/OFF button.
The Android system recovery screen is displayed.
a. Use the volume buttons to navigate
b. Use the ON/OFF button to select an option

To restore the default parameters of your tablet:
1. In the Android system recovery, select Wipe data/factory reset;
2. Select Yes -delete all user data.
3. Select Reboot system now.
Your tablet reboots. Redefine your parameters through the wizard.
Your tablet is restored to its default settings.


To access Recovery mode on the ARNOVA 8cG3/8bG3
To access to the recovery mode:
1. Hold down the volume button - and press the ON/OFF button.
2. Once the boot logo ARNOVA is displayed, release the volume button -.
The ANDROID green robot is displayed.
3. Once the ANDROID green robot is displayed, press simultaneously the volume button + and the ON/OFF button.
The Android system recovery screen is displayed.
a. Use the volume buttons to navigate
b. Use the ON/OFF button to select an option

To restore the default parameters of your tablet:
1. In the Android system recovery, select Wipe data/factory reset;
2. Select Yes -delete all user data.
3. Select Reboot system now.
Your tablet reboots. Redefine your parameters through the wizard.
Your tablet is restored to its default settings.

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1. Press & hold START button
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3. The Android System Recovery <3e> Menu should appear
4. Scroll down using the Volume Key to "wipe data/factory reset"
5. Press HOME Button
6. Scroll down to "Yes - delete all user data"
7. Press the HOME Button
At this point the system will do a recovery and hard start, and will be on "reboot system now
8.Press the HOME Button
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