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Could be shorted. Try pulling all the cables out of your computer, those at the back. usb cords, power cords, baby jack. Leave it unplugged for 15mins and replug everything back. make sure you plug into it correctly
Unplug and replug everything, try a different socket, try a different extension cord/power strip (or with none). I have gone through my fair share of power strips and extension cords ruined by power surges. Repost with more specific information if none of this works (like what happens before it goes off; can u turn it back on immediately afterward or not?) If you see a yellow light (ps3) or red ring (xbox 360) before it goes off your console needs fixing.
Press the TIVO button. This should return you to the main screen. If this doesn't work, the box is most likely hung up. Unpolug the power cord, count to 10 and plug it back in. It will take a few minutes to boot back up, but this should fix the problem.
Depending on how your keyboard is configured, that key is set to do one of two things:
Puts your computer to sleep. (A low power state where almost everything is shut off, including the monitor). You can resume from sleep by hitting any key on the keyboard, hitting the power button on your computer, or clicking the mouse.
Puts your computer into hibernation. (An even lower power state where everything is actually shut off, but a copy of everything open is saved to the hard drive to be opened during start up. It basically allows you to turn off the computer, but be able to turn it back on with program exactly how you left it). You can resume from hibernation only by hitting the power button on your computer.
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Well this may or may not help but it usually works.You husband accidentally hit the input button if I am correct.You can press it again,wait,and repeat and you should get back to the correct channel that your television network runs on.Hope it helped.
Have an HP C6180 that would not turn on, no power. Unplugged and replugged the unit in the back - no fix. Unplugged the unit at the wall socket, reconnected and I thought I heard a faint click in the power supply. Hit the on button and the C6180 powered up - no issues. Without knowing for sure, possibly the power supply has some type of surge arrest safety switch.