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cavok100|Post time:6-16-2017 03:45:58 View:473|Reply:5

can someone advise? is there a restart button or hard restart sequence.

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manonegra222| Post time 6-12-2017 08:35:56 | Show all posts
The forced boot sequence is the one that I put in the other thread that you opened for this same theme.
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doodzilla| Post time 6-15-2017 10:50:07 | Show all posts
more details please
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Somnus| Post time 6-15-2017 23:59:40 | Show all posts

Hi friend,

There may be many reasons my friend, you can look at this.

1. the press button is broken
The power button is broken, no touch, leading to the power button can't normal  be used, need to assemble the machine shell key or FPC ribbon cable again.

2. the battery is bad
Plug in the adapter after the charge indicator has a flash, boot prompts 100% power, the adapter pulled out  it immediately shutdown, this phenomenon is a bad battery problem,  you can replace the battery;

3. the display is bad
Turn on the tablet, the back of tablet appear light display, forced long press the power button for 15 seconds can also appear a normal backlight prompts to turn off, the tablet this phenomenon is in consequence of bad display, you can replace the display;

4. the display FPC cable  is bad
The customer accidentally thrown  the tablet in the cause of using it, or the battery loose lead to the display FPC cable fall off,  resulting in the machine does not boot, need to disassemble the flat battery power and re-insert the FPC cable, or bad cable need to replace the cable.

5. BIOS drop out
Need to disassemble the machine with a jig on the computer to brush BIOS, it can not directly use U disk to operate;

6. bad motherboard
The motherboard is bad, and the hardware needs to repair

You can try this my friend, I hope it can be helpful.

Have a good day!

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jtrosky| Post time 6-16-2017 03:09:29 | Show all posts
Something else to try....  If you see absolutely nothing on the tablet screen (completely black), try connecting the tablet to an external display via the HDMI-out port....  If you get video on the external HDMI display, then that means there is an issue with the tablets display - OR that someone disabled the tablet display in the BIOS (which you CAN do).  
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manonegra222| Post time 6-16-2017 03:45:58 | Show all posts
Just checking if it heats on the back of the tablet, after trying to turn it on, you will know if it has started and if you should look for solution on screen or software. It is a good idea to connect to an HDMI, but only if you have already connected it before, since as we know the connector is very deep and we will not be sure if it makes a good connection if it has not been tested successfully before.

Sommus: Good contribution
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