HOLD RESET AND EJECT
RELEASE RESET BUT HOLD EJECT
SCREEN WILL GO BACK IN AND OUT-THEN SAYS PLEASE PRESS THE RESET BUTTON…DON’T
THEN WITH JOY PAD PRESS …
UP,RIGHT,UP,RIGHT,DOWN,RIGHT,DOWN,RIGHT…THEN OK (JOYPAD BUTTON INWARDS)
PASSWORD SCREEN WILL COME ON SCREEN BREIFLY
TEST MODE SCREEN APEARS-CLICK JOYSTICK TO RIGHT ONCE
SCROLL DOWN TO NUMBER 6-PROGRAM FORCED WRITE (OK)
FIND NUMBER 1 SYSTEM PROGRAM (INSERT DISK --CNDV 40/50/60?)
PRESS 1 SYSTEM PROGRAM (OK)
SELECT 2 DVD/CD ROM (OK)
SELECT LANGUAGE… (ENGLISH)
PRESS (VIEW –POS) BUTTON
SHOULD SEE SYSTEM PROGRAM GOING UP IN %
WHEN FINISHED PRESS (BACK)
FIND NUMBER 6 PROGRAM FORCED WRITE AGAIN (OK)
NUMBER 3 APPLICATION PROGRAM (OK)
SELECT 2 DVD/CD ROM (OK)
SELECT 1 UK ENGLISH...THEN PRESS (VIEW – POS) BUTTON
SHOULD SEE SYSTEM GOING UP IN %
WHEN FINISHED PRESS (BACK)
TEST MODE PAGE 1
SELECT 6 - CLEAR BACK UP MEMORY (OK)
SHOULD SAY FINISHED THEN ASKS FOR RESET BUTTON TO BE PRESSED
PRESS RESET ON FRONT OF UNIT
START SAT NAV AGAIN
ASKES FOR LANGUAGE PRESS NO (READ TEXT)
OK = JOYPAD INWARD
BACK = JOYPAD TO THE LEFT…NOTE THIS WILL BRING YOU BACK TO PREVIOUS PAGE
BACK = BAND BUTTON ….NOTE THIS WILL TAKE YOU BACK TO THE MAIN MENU
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Check to see that the power cable is properly connected to
the computer and the outlet. You should also check to be sure that any
power strips are on and working. Try starting your computer from several
Press the "Caps Lock" button on the keyboard and see whether
the green light comes on. If the light comes on, but your Mac won't
start, the computer might be asleep and may need to have the power
management unit (PMU) reset or serviced. Press and hold the power button
for 5 seconds to see whether the computer will turn off or wake up.
Insert the the Mac OS X CD and hold the "C" key while
powering on your computer to boot from the disc and not the computer's
internal drive. Run Disc Utility from the CD to diagnose and attempt to
repair some hardware problems. You can also erase the hard disc and
reinstall OS X with this method, although you won't have a chance to
back up your data.
Reset the power management unit by disconnecting the power
cord from the back of your computer. Wait 2 minutes before reconnecting
the cord and turning on your computer. Laptops and older computers have
different procedures for resetting the PMU, which you can get from
Apple's website (see Resources below).
Drain the logic board's battery on your Mac. Disconnect the
battery (for a laptop) and the power adapter, then press the power
switch and let the computer sit for about 25 minutes before reconnecting
and booting it. This step forces the computer to reset its logic board
and all other components that use the backup electrical charge.
Open your computer and remove any RAM upgrades that you've
installed. See whether the computer starts up without the extra memory.
Incompatible or incorrectly installed memory can make your computer
Is it a newer 4GB or larger SDHC card, and are you trying to use it in an older (4 years or older) camera? If so, that's your problem. SDHC format only came out a few years back, and older cameras can not recognize them. You'd need to use 2GB or less standard SD cards only. Fortunately, these are very inexpensive these days, and widely available on Amazon if your local stores no longer carry them.
Virtual memory is the space the laptop uses on the hard drive to write to and read from. It usually is caused by running too many applications at once, thereby putting a greater demand on the free disc space you have,
Firstly, you need to check how much free disc space you have. Less than say 1 GB will flag up the issue ( depending how much virtual memory the computer is allocating). You need to remove some data from the hard drive and back it up to free some disc space
Then consider upgrading your ram to help you run more programmes at once if needed
Finally, consider getting an external usb drive to store data on, or upgrade your hard drive
Toshiba Satellite A135-S2356 has a maximum of 2GB which can be installed in the maximum 2 memory Slots in the memory compartment: 2 X 1GB PC2-4200 DDR2 SODIMM (200 pins) memory stick. Note that in general, especially for older laptops, that you should not mix different size/brand of memory stick as the unit may even fail to boot or can behave erractically (reboots or system freezes). Hope it helps.
you may have to format the card. Also make sure your card is not placed in the lock position.
How to Fix a PSP Memory Stick
your PSP's Firmware (its operating system) before doing anything else.
Firmware 5.0 solves many software problems that are encountered with
older memory sticks. You can upgrade it by simply connecting your PSP
to any wireless connection through its WiFi. Once a connection is established, the PSP will update itself automatically.
Check to see that your memory stick's plastic tongs, the small sticks that separate each connection, are straight. If one is bent, your PSP will not recognize the stick.
your memory stick if it still does not work. Insert it into a PC with a
memory stick slot. You will most likely be able to see all of your
saved files. If so, continue to the next step. If you still cannot see
your files, then your memory stick is defective, and it is not the
Copy your files from the memory stick to the hard drive.
your memory stick using the "Format Disk" option in Windows. Open
Windows Explorer, and find your memory stick listed in the "Drives"
section. Right-click on the memory stick, and click "Format." Follow
the on-screen instructions in the windows that pop up.
your memory stick into your PSP. It should recognize the disk now.
However, you now need to format the memory disk again with the PSP.
Go the PSP main menu, and select "Settings." Then select "Format Memory Disk."
your memory stick back in your PC, and return the files you removed
earlier. When you reinsert the stick into your PSP, it should now see
all the files.
i had the same trouble with my LG blu ray . you need to upgrade your software on your blu ray. if u email Phillips customer service and ask for the link to upgrade ( which is called firmware ) the u can download it and put it on a disc . once you put the disc in the player it will update for you, see how u go
Hi there. I recommend you get another stick of SODIMM to replace what seems to be the faulty stick. If you are using XP or Vista X86 (32bit) then the system will only recognize 2.8 - 3GB of memory, only 64bit operating systems recognize the full 4GB.
Er00 - The software that was available for upgrading was of an older or of the same version as the one already in the digital-box.
Er01, Er02 -The upgrade failed. Some information was missed out.
Er03 - The internal memory is not large enough to receive the upgrade.
Er04 - The signal was disturbed during the upgrade.
Er05 - Wrong type of data was received during upgrade.
Er06 - Not used.
Er07 - Access problem in back-up memory (EEPROM).
Er08 - Access problem in video memory.
Er09 - Can not find any data to do an upgrade.
Er10 - Poor or no cable-TV signal.
Er11,12 - Not used.
Er13 - Unauthorised data signals received by the digital-box.
Er14 - Faulty data signals received by the digital-box.
Pb01 - A problem in the ROM memory is detected.
Pb02 - Memory size is too small.
Pb03 - A problem occurred during start up (initialisation problem).
Pb04 - Internal communication failure.
PbF9 - Hardware error identified during start-up
From elsewhere on the web:
1. Turn off the unit for 15 minutes to cause a full reset. 2. Turn on the PVR with everything attached except the antenna input. 3. You will get an Er09 on the display. On my PVR there was no output on the TV screen whatsoever (totally black screen). 4. Press 'OK' on the remote (confusing as there is no clue that this is what you should be doing, though Sagem support thought that the PVR should prompt you. 5. The box reboots in standby mode."
I also see some mention that if the above procedure doesn't work, try pressing "Menu" twice to see if that clears error 09.
Do you have the right navi disc. Because once you upgrade to newer version then when you put in an older version it will tell you to insert the appropriate disc. You need to downgrade it if you want to go back to older versions. Let me know if you need help on how to downgrade. Goodluck.