I plugged it up to the computer and tried to reset it over and over i guess i wasn't pushing the button all the way or i did it in the wrong order i then unplugged it from the cable then the computer its been 10 minutes and i haven't had a problem yet
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I see that you are getting colore lines on the screen hiding half of your LCD screen, Please see steps below.
*Turn your Laptop OFF.
*Once Turned OFF, Turned the Laptop back ON then keep on tapping F2 on your keyboard.
*By Tapping F2 on the keyboard this will bring you to the BIOS screen, once in the BIOS of your Laptop and the Colored Lines are still present then the problem is the LCD of your laptop and may reuire replacing.
*If the Colored Lines are not present then the Problem would possibly be the connection of the Video Card to the LCD or the Video Card itself.
*Reformatting Windows can be one of the steps to be done to find out if the issue Colored Lines will be fixed or not.
This fault can occur to mainly three reasons. ABL circuit failure. Low screen voltage or lack of emission from picture tube cathode. Just advance the screen voltage to a little, and observe the result. Screen control can be located on its Line Output Transformer [LOT]. there will be two variable controls built on to LOT marked as screen and focus. Screen control will be at lower side, and focus will bw on the top. Just advance [clockwise movemnt] to a little, not more, advance it till retrace lines are just visible on the screen. Before doing this, set all the picture controls, contrast, colour and brightness of the TV to zero. Once the retrace lines[thin horozontal white lines across the entire screen at about 1 inch distance with each other]; are visible, stop there, turn the screen control counterclockwise to just a point when these lines are just goes off. make this adjustment in a dark room so that you can set this point very correct. After this check the perfomance of the picture. If this does not help you, ABL circuit should be checked for any fault.
If emission of the picture tube has got down, even the screen adjustment said above won't help you. The only way is to replace the picture tube with same type and number. OK.
When I try to turn it on it comes up with the “rino” initialization screen and buzzes/vibrates at 5 second intervals.It never goes past this screen.Occasionally, for about 1 second a small white bar will appear across the bottom saying “0%.I’ve recharged the Li battery and got the same result.I’ve tried it while connected to the charger.Same result.I’ve tried using the optional 4 AA battery pack with fresh alkaline batteries.Same result.Did the factory reboot (page/enter/power buttons). Same – except instead of a buzz/vibrate I get the tone every 5 seconds. Have to remove battery to turn off.
Contacted Garmin tech support today (10/22) - hope to hear from them soon.
Horizontal line shows problem in Vertical Deflection area of TV, please check Vertical Output IC and its voltage supply. You didn't mention model and brand name so I gave you general information for that problem.