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Topic # 7435 14-Apr-2006 17:25
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PLZZZZZZZZZZZZ HELP! I GOT A NEW ACER N50 HANDHELD AND IT CRASHED,so i took out the battery and it reset itself...i was happy...but then it crashed again so thinking it would reset i took out the battery,,,instead it has a big bright red light and it wont go away or let me turn the notebook on! ive tried everything! even overninght and past the battery's 8 hour its still there bright as ever


PLZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ HELP ME!


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Reply # 33016 14-Apr-2006 17:30
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You might want to soft reset it, and if it doesn't work then perform a hard reset.

The soft reset is done by poking the reset hole with a clip, and the hard reset should be the same, while at the same time pressing the on/off button.

I have moved this to the Pocket PC forum, because the N50 is not a notebook, but a Pocket PC PDA.





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Reply # 33019 14-Apr-2006 17:48
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Welcome to Geekzone, please use plain English and normal capitalisation rules (e.g. "Please" instead of "PLZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ")

Repeated cries of "HELP!" are also redundant around here - people are generally here for help - its a given.

I hope you resolve your problem. If/when you do, be sure to post the result/process on the forum to help anyone in the future who has the same problem as you.

Cheers, and have a great holiday weekend.

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Reply # 33021 14-Apr-2006 17:59
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it would be great to tell me how to do any sort of reset when the pda wont turn on!

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