A hard reset WILL ERASE ALL INFORMATION so make sure you back up everything before performing a hard reset.
To perform a hard reset hold down the power button and at the same time without releasing the power button push and release the reset button on the back of your device. Keep holding the power button until the SECOND palm logo screen comes on. When you see the second palm logo screen release the power button. It should ask you if you want to erase all data push the up button to erase all data. Your device will restart several times. Then to put your information back on your device just perform a hotsync.
The easiest solutions are easily overlooked.
1. Check your charger; a cheap multimeter will do for the voltage check. If the voltage (dc) written on the back of the charger is what you get at the plug, go to (2),if not, change your charger,problem solved. 2.You either have a messed up screen or battery. 3. Check the voltage at your battery terminals after charging the battery for like 1hr. If you do not get a resonable read; 2-5v ,just trash the battery and head for the nearest shop to get a fresh one.In case your battery reads okay,your screen or worse, one of the components on the board of the set has gone kaput.
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I just had a similar problem with the same Asus model. It drained the battery yesterday and today wouldn't start even after charging for 15min (the middle light was on so it was charging). The light bulb light was on though even when it wasn't charging. Tried pressing the button several times. Didn't help. Tried holding it for several seconds. Didn't help. But when I hold the button for around 30sec the light bulb turned off. And then another press and it turned on as normal. So the laptop must have been hibernated/sleeping. But it did give me a heart attack, especially when I realised that I will have to take it to Currys for repair where their very unknowledgable KnowHow don't know how to fix anything (send a laptop three times and still didn't fix the problem, they only know how to install software updates).
Please see the following link to locate the reset hole for your PDA.
Try a soft reset and let us know if that helped with anything.