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Re: POWER OFF/ SHUTDOWN
Hi,,,thanks for your good response...Understnding a 7.i surround system through chat is difficult...that ws why i couldnt get it right...if i was there at your place i would have solve that it in seconds...anyway you got it done by yourself thats what we wanted...thanks again
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Sounds like your "friend" has cooked something. It could be one of your speakers (do they all sound ok for the 5 seconds it runs?), or it could be the receiver....
I would try disconnecting all the speakers and see if it stays on. If so, it may be one of the speakers. Connect them one at a time, and see if you can tell.
The camera should go off automatically when faulty. attempt to explore teh functions on the camera is discover the unique experience beyond power shut down requests. When powered on, capture a snap shot immediately or else the camera takes charge to poweroff to save batteries. Also, attempt to power charge since the insufficeient battery does not allow the camera to stay on long.
Your TV has two poweroff functionalities. First power off button is on saver mode least displaying any transmitter programs. Using the remote control to power off the device achieves screen saver poweroff mode. Second manually pressing on the power button after power saver mode has been achieved with the remote control device should shut down the TV tube entirely. The blue light should not display in whihc instance. Howerever, a full power off mode is incapable of being controlled by the remote control device whenver poweron is required later. The TV power shut down button has to be pressed again to alow for current circulation once more. Powering off the TV with the button on the set requiries momentary duration waits whenever to achieve display of signals depending on the size of the TV, and how many pheriperal device connnections are attahced to it.
refer to the TV user manual for possible diagnostic to any persistant conditions.
Remove the battery and adapter. Press power button for 30 sec. Then connect the adapter. Press power button. When pc started, go to
control panel---->power options--->change plan setting--->
Turn off the display-never
Put the computer to sleep-never
control panel---->power options--->change plan setting--->advanced power setting
-set hard disk "turn off hard disk after" to never
-set Sleep "Sleep after" to never
-set hybrid sleep setting to off
-set hibernate after setting to never
I m having sigmatel s4 mobile. I made some changes in Engineer menu.
I have actually turned on high speed dual sim mode. after that poweroff in 3 sec display message come and till now it has not started. tell me how to rectify it. Also i don't know how to rectify it.
Try to separate the power cord of your monitor from your system or maybe if your using UPS(uninterrupted power supply) directly plug the UPS to the wall outlet. either you can use pretty voltage regulator to the regulate the AC power. if not solve the problem try to examine the your system power supply.
I found the solution for me! I had the problem where after 1-5 seconds, my receiver would simply shut down. Twice now I've solved it.
The problem is most likely that you have speaker wire that is touching the opposite terminal or coming close to doing so. Check all your speaker wire terminals and make sure that they are not touching at all or coming close.
Also, make sure that your speaker wires are truly in speakers. If you have speakers plugged into the back of your receiver and then sitting out on the other end, that could be the problem as well.
you have either got the power and reset connectors the wrong way round fro the front panel, or you have not enabled ACPI in the advanced cmos settings to allow the board to support shutdown by Windows.
Also check in the power options in control panel and ensure that when you click turn off the pc is instructed to power down.