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Re: unit shows 'loading' continuously
This player is equipped to do a self power on test to all pain parts of the player to assertain everything is ok. The blue light will keep flasing until it completes its task and then the blue light will stop flashing and you you can start reusing it.....................sodeep
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well most times a flashing blue light means the unit is in Pairing mode, this is a special mode that allows your phone to Pair with it , if it finds nothing to pair with it will continue to look 4 something till you switch it off
If the tv is not a plasma unit which are expensive to run I would not be bothered completely turning off the power. I have a power supply readout connected in the mains power and Like you I believed the hype about switching every thing off but I learnt that the cost is virtually nill. to run. For a example I have 2 moniters + 1 computer+1 printer +1 tube type TV+ clocks( all on standby) + night light and the cost is .001 cents /kilowatt hour.. IT climbs to .002 cents when the 2 fridges cut in then drops back when they cut out.. Another point is when you continually switch electronic units on and off they will suffer more failure than leaving them on stand by
You need to bypass the on/off switch by jumping it, thereby taking the switch out of the circuit. If it works you have a bad switch. If it doesn't you have a power to the switch problem. Do you have a multimeter and a wiring diagram for this unit?
Updating the BIOS will require a USB flash drive to store the BIOS information on during the update. To perform the update to the BIOS:
Go here and download the latest BIOS for the netbook.
Extract the files from the downloaded zipped BIOS file.
In the Dos_Flash folder, rename the BIOS file from 3310.fd to ZG5IA32.FD, in all capital letters.
Copy ZG5IA32.FD and Flashit.exe to the USB flash drive
Ensure that the AC adapter is plugged in.
Insert the USB flash drive into a USB port.
Press and Hold down the Fn and the Esc keys together and press the power button.
When the unit's power light comes on wait a few seconds and release the Fn and Esc keys.
After the keys have been released the power light will start to blink.
During the BIOS update process the display will be blank.
Let the unit run and after approximately 1 to 7 minutes, the unit should reboot and the BIOS will be updated.
If the unit fails to reboot, or the BIOS was not updated sucessfully, try the steps again. If the unit continues to fail to reboot, the unit may need service.
Note: These instructions are only for the Acer Aspire One AOA-110 and the AOA-150 netbook series and should not be performed on any other model Acer Aspire One.