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The manual says: The camera turns off immediately even when battery power is full. The remaining battery power is low even if new batteries are inserted. •The remaining battery power may not be displayed accurately, and the camera may suddenly stop working, when the type of battery and the settings on [BATTERY TYPE] are not identical. However this is not a malfunction. Depending on the battery brand and the operating temperature, or if exhausted batteries are used, the remaining battery power may not be displayed accurately. and: Use sufficiently charged batteries when using Ni-MH batteries. You also should set the correct battery type in the setup menu. So put in alkaline / NiMH or oxyride. According to what you are using. Before you panic, buy a set of alkaline batteries, to make sure your camera is ok. Perhaps you are using rechagable batteries who are not ok anymore.
Are you sure you did not select flash off? This setting remains even when you switch off the camera. See basic settings page 14. If on top of the screen next to the ISO symbol is a flash symbol with a bar, you manually switched off your flash.
The motherboard seems OK as it is displaying signs of life. The Monitor should display something before booting up, which it is not.Please do the following.
1. Remove the RAM and reinsert the DIMMs into their sockets and boot up.
2. Disconnect the HDD data cable from the HDD and the motherboard and reconnect. Boot up.
3. Disconnect the monitor and reconnect. Boot up.
At boot up press F2 and set the PC to default settings. Boot up. Later when you want to apply your settings, keep noting down what you did when. Just in case.
you may have the power-save option on in the psp settings which automatically turns off the light after a certain aount of time to save battery life. just go to settings and find that setting and turn it off if you want that light o stay on
If you are using Vista, please do this: Start-Control Panel-Classic View-Power Options-Select Power Saver. If you want it to be just on but is okay to go to sleep mode or to Hibernate, you can select click on Change Plan Settings and make the necessary changes there as well as in Change Advance Power Settings (such as hibernate). Hope this helps. Thank you.
you must have the wireless adapter and the lan adapter set to turn off when you are on battery power to reserve the battery, click on the battery icon in the taskbar and check the power settings or use empower Acer Epower management and turn them both on.
This is just because the settings of display are not right. got to your phone's display settings and adjust the display backlight setting to 15 seconds or 10 or whatever.. If its still not fixed then you may have to update your phone's firmware..