I just got this maybe a year ago, but i've only used it maybe 3 times. When I turn it on, it stays on for like 3 seconds, and then says shutting down. It's plugged up to my computer charging, so it shouldn't be the battery. Help!
The solution is found! There's no need to format your HDD So. - Unplug the battery; - Press and hold the reset button for 20-25 sec; - Put the battery back to it's place; - Charge your device (when you plug the cable in, it turns on (note that a blinking lightning icon appears on the charging indicator), then it turns off with it's "shutting down" message, dont pay attention on this, just let it charge for about 10-15 minutes (note that the CHG bulb won't be lit)); - Turn on your device. The CHG bulb is lit, Archos doesn't shut down - Enjoy
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Did you ever find a resolution for this issue? I know it was posted over a year ago, but now mine is doing the same thing, randomly beeps 3-4 times rapidly whether or not is in use and never shuts off. Also none of the buttons work, just makes it beep as well. However, it still responds when pedaling and adjusts the resistance, just can't select a workout mode. Can only power off by unplugging otherwise the display stays on and keeps beeping every ten seconds or so
3 days ago - I have to hold the power button for 5 seconds for my laptop to turn offcompletely. ... I tried removing my battery completely, and started the windows with my A/C adapter and then shut it down ... when i shutdown my pc , my pc has get shutdown but the power light in my cpu tower ... Can't find your answer ?
Just replace the bulb first. They last a long time, but after a while if they don't simply blow, they will start to shut off for short periods, then restart. The odd thing is the whole set shuts down too, so something else also may be happening, maybe to do with the temperature control circuitry, that causes a full system shut down. My TV repair man said try this first before I bring the unit in for a diagnostic. Transporting them is not an easy thing to do, given the size of these TVs. I originally bought 3 extra bulbs in 2005, and now used up the last one, and I use the TV a lot.