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E570 frozen on reset screen

I have been using my e570 for a couple of years with no trouble whatsoever... great machine. But yesterday morning, I tried to turn it on and it wouldn't turn on. Battery? I plugged it in, and it wouldn't start anyway. So I decided to press reset and power on... and the e570 started, showed the startup screen correctly (1.28T) beeped as usual... and turned itself off. Any idea what is happening?

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In my opinion there is some problem with battery. The best way to be sure about it, is to contact Service partner. They can check is there some hardware or just battery problem.

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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