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Re: cumptur shut down
There are a number of things that can cause the camera to
freeze up the computer or the camera. First I’d check to see how much memory is
installed in the computer.It takes
additional memory to operate the camera.
Hope this helps.Bud
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Maybe a shorted speaker causing the power amplifier inside the radio to shut down or a speaker wire shorted to chassis and last the internal amplifier of the radio cd set faulty by itself... set volume to zero power it off take out the radio cd set; remove the speaker iso plug leaving the power plug only in and power it on if necesary turn again the volume down to zero and wait if it keeps turned on it a speaker problem if it shut itself off again then you go for a repair or a new one
unplug it and take the large battery out of it. also make sure that no cd or dvd disk is in it and also UNPLUG THE PRINTER AND ANYTHING ELSE TO IT.. NOW PLUG IN THE POWER SUPPLY ONLY AND TURN IT ON. IF IT COMES ON AND WINDOWS COMES UP THEN SHUT IT COMPLETELY DOWN AGAIN, UNPLUG IT AND PUT THE BATTERY BACK IN. NOW TURN IT BACK ON. IF IT WORKS SHUT IT DOWN AGAIN AND PLUG THE POWER SUPPLY BACK IN. NOW TRY IT AGAIN. IF IT WORKS NOW, ONE AT A TIME, PLUG PRINTER IN AND TURN ON. DO THE SAME WITH ANYTHING ELSE THAT NEEDS TO BE PLUGGED IN. GOOD LUCK.
Thank you speters9971- it worked. However, what worked for my c315 is unplugging it and then plugging and then pressing the power and and cancel button at the same time until it turned off and then turned on again. This reset it. Thanks again,
1. Try this
Press F8 when you start your pc. A screen will appear. Select Safe Mode. Let the pc load until you see your desktop. Then click My Computer, select C: In C: , select Windows folder In Windows folder, open system32 folder Now, double click rstrui to do System Restore to the time before your PC was ok After system restore, you pc will restart and your files will be restored. Your PC will be ok again. 2. Check for viruses or trojans as well Scan your PC in Safe Mode. Trojans are known to cause PC to shut down as well. Hope your PC will become well again!
Ok. I have a WD 500 and I have ran into similar problems. First, shut your computer down. Unplug the hard drives USB cable and the power cable. Wait for about 2 minutes. Plug the USB cable into the computer, plug the power cord in...wait for 30-45 seconds and then start your computer. That hopefully should solve your issues.
Turning the printer on and off will not solve your problem. If you get ink system failure you most likely have air in your ink system. This will happen after months of use -every ink cartridge you reload and purge will have a little bit of air trapped in it and over time it must add up. You have to do a system reset which causes your printer to start over and do a full purge of ink through your system. This is what happens when you do your first ink system set up when you open install new ink cartridges. To do a ink system reset you must first:
1. After your printer gives you a ink system failure you will need to press and hold down ok and cancel at the same time and then press the start button once. (make sure you hold the cancel and ok down until the system shuts down and then release).
2.Now (Again) hold the cancel and ok Button down and and press the on button again -making sure to keep holding down the cancel and ok until it shuts itself down again. It will seem like it is starting up again up will then just shut off. Now once it has shut off for the second time (It is VERY important that you have a new set of ink cartridges installed before turning on the system for the second time) This is because it will do a full ink purge and rid the trapped air in the system. If you have old ink in it or almost empty it will most likely not purge enough. A new set of ink works best- You can go back to your old ink after if you like and keep the "new" set for back up when the system fails again down the road (it will fail again -this is poor designing by HP).
3.Now once you have shut down the system and loaded a fresh set of ink (all 6 of the ink cartriges) you can now press the on button (at this time you should get a reset code the come on first and the printer will run its purging of the air and new ink.
4. You might have to do this more then once to rid all the air out of the system-keep trying and after 2 -3 times it will stop giving you the ink failure. I have fixed my printer many times by this fix for many years.