Product # N9T28AV (X360 15 inch convertibles)How do you do a "Hard Power Reset" as the battery is not accessible?...on older HP laptops with access to the battery, you would remove power plug, remove battery, hold the power button in for 30 seconds. Reassemble.I can find other reset references to different types of convertible devices but not the N9T28AVIf this is posted in the wrong section, please move to the correct locationIn anticipationThank you
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I asked HP about this earlier today. There is no current documentation that describes how to hard reset an x360 notebook. I have no idea as to how long it wil take before the Hard reset document is updated. As soon as it happens I will let you know.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Software-and-How-To-Questions/Hard-power-reset/td-p/5450011
Last night I was using hard Won't / 12 up power Dell - after start XPS reset my XPS w in laptop mode on battery and it finally got down to of capacity nbsp At that point it shut off the screen and I moved to my office to connect the AC adapter thinking that it would simply turn the screen on when there was sufficient power nbsp The screen never came back I waited - minutes but the battery was charging nbsp At that point I attempted a hard reset by holding the power button in the on position for - seconds nbsp When I tried to power up nothing happened nbsp No backlit keyboard no screen nothing but the fan nbsp The light never came on in the switch either So I tried another hard reset with the same results nbsp I even tried powering up with the quot D quot key held down for on board diagnostics and got nothing but the fan startup I thought it might be an overheat issue so I let it set for an hour and tried again - nothing but the fan It appears that the laptop doesn t pass Dell XPS 12 - Won't start / power up after hard reset the initial diagnostics and won t even get to the point where the bios starts to load nbsp nbsp I truly thought my laptop was dead and ready for service nbsp I took it into the office the next day so I could call Dell Pro Support Just nbsp for giggles I plugged it in with the AC adapter and tried to turn it on - viola nbsp it started working again I had this problem once before and it started working after - hard resets I was working on a proposal when the laptop went down I tried hard resets over a hour period with no results It baffles me why it would start OK the next morning I was wondering if anyone else has had the same problem nbsp I m running the A BIOS the most current and my XPS is configured with GB of memory and GB SSD with an i processor and Intel wireless card Any suggestions on diagnosing this The hard part is when if fails the failure is total - you can t get to the diagnostics When it comes back everything is fine and there are no events in the event log that relate to the failure
OK - I've narrowed it down to the following:
When the laptop is "asleep" it eventually goes into power down mode. It appears that connecting a power adapter to the laptop at this point will cause it to go into a confused state where, when the power button is pushed, the laptop fan comes on but no light on the power button or on the keyboard - the screen stays blank. The laptop fan runs (it's very quiet - you have to hold the laptop up to your ear to hear it.)
I don't know if the cause is a low battery or if the problem is simply with the state of the CPU at power down. I just know that when it happens, it if I disconnect the power adapter and hold the power button until the laptop fan shuts off, the hard reset allows it to come back normally. If you leave the power adapter attached, it will charge the battery but will not allow the laptop to start.
I've repeated this experiment several times with the same result every time. I'm guessing there's a bug in the BIOS that sets an error state that won't clear with the power adapter attached. Doing the hard reset without the adapter appears to clear the problem reliably.
please either tell me how to get my power button back
or a method that is preferably free
I haven't had any problems with my Lenovo Z50-70 laptop - until this week. One day I couldn't turn on the laptop; I found that I have to do a hard reset (remove battery, hold the power button, put battery back in). However, now I have to do a hard reset to turn on my laptop every time I switch it off or even sleep/hibernate. Not only it takes time, but I am afraid that one day it just won't work.I am travelling until August, so I have no way to send or leave the laptop anywhere to get it fixed. Is there anything I can do myself?https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-P-Y-and-Z-series/Lenoo-Z50-70-power-problems-needs-hard-reset-all-the-time/td-p/3356434
ACQUIRED THE ABOVE MACHINE - INITIALLY WOULD NOT POWER ON UNTIL I DID A HARD RESET ---SHUT DOWN AND REINSTALLED THE BATTERY HOWEVER THE WHITE LED BY THE CHARGER JACK STAYS ON AND AS B4 WILL NOT POWER ON(GOOD BATTERY AND CHARGER) - THE ONLY WAY TO POWER UP IS TO REMOVE THE BATTERY AND START AND RUN OFF OF THE CHARGER - IT APPEARS TO BE A SYSTEM BOARD PROBLEMhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/CANT-POWER-ON-UNLESS-A-HARD-RESET-IS-RUN-REPEATS-CONTINUALLY/td-p/5668638
Just replaced hard drive and restored to factory defaults. Computer whirring. Was going to check into possible fan issues. Was afraid it might be hot. Removed battery. Continued working. When I got up to go get something I pulled the plug out and it of course shut down with no battery in it. Now it will not start again. I did the hard reset. Unplugged it and held down start button for 15 seconds, replugged in, but nothing. No lights on computer. AC adpater light is on. Thank you for any help!http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Pavilion-g6-Notebook-No-power-Hard-reset-did-not-work-No/td-p/5712657
I have a toshiba notebook satellite and I am trying to burn a DVD and/or CD to a external DVDRW drive.
Everytime I try I get the following alert:
Power on, reset or bus device reset occurred
I have an WIN XP SP2 Professional, and using Roxio and/or Nero for burning.
does it happen with both burning programs??
I have a Windows 8 tablet Acer Iconia W700(I5 Core) and i am trying to factory reset to the default settings again because of the stupid problems i am having on the tablet.
Here is the problem i am trying to get into the BIOS which is the 1 step on the Acer website but for some bizarre reason when it is completely off i press the Windows button and the power button to get in to the BIOS as it says on the Acer Website but it keeps going to the start menu/desktop now instead of going to the BIOS. :/
I have factory reset/hard reset on my Acer Iconia W700 a couple times and i never had this problem before, i gone in to the BIOS no problem!!!
Can someone help me please?? Thanks!!!
Is it still under warranty? You should try contacting Acer.http://forums.windowscentral.com/general-tablet-laptop-discussion/397817-windows-8-tablet-factory-reset-hard-reset-problem-help.html
Hello i have a HP G60-447Cl notebook that came with Vista Home Premium and I ran a hard drive test from the HP setup utility which failed at 82% which i was kind of expecting but when i hit <esc> to back out my screen froze where it was at and when i tried to hold the power/reset button to shut it down nothing happens.My battery is non-removable so that option is out. Short of just lettting the battery run out I have no clue how to turn it off. Does any one know of any thing that can help me or have a theory as to what caused this in the first place.http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-3134650/power-reset-button-wont-power-motebook.html
hi,i wanted to know if hard reset and factory reset are the same things?my laptop won't turn on and i found out that i can hard reset that, but i do not want any of my data on hard disk to be erased. is it possible?(i've shut it down before so there is no data on RAM)thanks in advance.
Hi, No, factory reset will bring your machine back to facory status (the time opening the box) byt hard reset won't. Regards.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/are-hard-reset-and-factory-reset-the-same-thing/td-p/5676772
Hello every one I've been having a long term problem that has basically plagued my computer since I've built it Yet the issue manifests itself in different ways through out the years The issue is At certain seemingly random points my computer screen freezes with no BSOD Computer is still running with Firefox freezing Random, Life. Hard in Second hard and reset required. fans going No error message Sound stops Mouse is not responsive on screen Nothing works Screen is frozen on the last picture A holding down of the power button for a hard reset is the only way to recover Through out the years since I've changed graphics cards and RAM chips in order to try and solve this Random, hard freezing in Firefox and Second Life. Hard reset required. problem I've found that the RAM had no effect on the issue but the graphics cards perhaps did Back in I had constant random freezing at random intervals during the days of the week whilst basically doing any thing An SLI set up of two Geforce s I finally discarded one of the graphics cards to only run one and that seemingly fixed most random freezing issues for some time Though it did happen on some rare occasion that I could not explain How ever In I upgraded my graphics card to a GeForce GTX OC and found that issues immediately arose again I could not activity render videos in Adobe Premiere Elements whilst working on the video editing software with out a hard freeze Basically unable to render videos in real-time whilst working on them any more More issues started occurring later with this same card When watching Youtube videos in Firefox browser Occasionally with increasing frequency watching videos in the browser were causing this problem Then I discovered the option to disable 'hardware acceleration' and the problem hasn't arisen in the browser since Come Using a program known as 'Second Life' that does tend to use a lot of resources When computer resources were being strained too hard this problem did return on a rare occasion when I was running dual clients of this program In this same program known as 'Second Life' had gone through some updates and now for some reason the freezing issue has reared its ugly head in a big way Some times I can't be on this program for even an hour and the hard freeze occurs To fix this issue from that point I've tried updating to the latest graphics drivers No success I've even upgraded my graphics card to a GeForce GTX Ti and again updated to the latest graphics drivers The issue still persists and renders use of them program unusable I am able to play games such as Guild Wars Grand Theft Auto Trove etc with out issue how ever I do not know what is causing the issue in order to know what I need to fix My current setup is ------------------ System Information ------------------ Time of this report Operating System Windows Professional -bit Build Service Pack win sp gdr - Language English Regional Setting English System Manufacturer Gigabyte Technology Co Ltd System Model X A-UD BIOS Award Modular BIOS v PG Processor Intel R Core TM i CPU GHz CPUs GHz Memory MB RAM Available OS Memory MB RAM Page File MB used MB available Windows Dir C Windows DirectX Version DirectX DX Setup Parameters Not found User DPI Setting Using System DPI System DPI Setting DPI percent DWM DPI Scaling Disabled DxDiag Version bit Unicode ------------ DxDiag Notes ------------ Display Tab No problems found Sound Tab No problems found Sound Tab No problems found Sound Tab No problems found Input Tab No problems found -------------------- DirectX Debug Levels -------------------- Direct D retail DirectDraw retail DirectInput retail DirectMusic retail DirectPlay retail DirectSound retail DirectShow retail --------------- Display Devices --------------- Card name NVIDIA GeForce GTX Ti Manufacturer NVIDIA Chip type GeForce GTX Ti DAC type Integrated RAMDAC Device Key Enum PCI VEN DE amp DEV C amp SUBSYS amp REV A Display Memory MB Dedicated Memory MB Shared Memory MB Current Mode x bit H... Read morehttp://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/396853-random-hard-freezing-firefox-second-life-hard-reset-required.html
Code is 51908034
Alex. Check your other post. REOhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Power-on-reset/td-p/5633900
My son took apart our computer. Trying to put it back together. Forgive me. I am a total novice when it comes to computers. I don't know what motherboard I have or basically anything else. Don't know if there are standard ways of hooking these wires up or not. Just wondering how to install the wires that say:
About the only one I can figure out is the speaker wire. When sitting with the cpu in front of you the speaker wire goes in the top left set of pins.
Sorry I can't give you more help than this.
I really appreciate it. If no one knows, I appreciate ANY assistance at all. I appreciate you putting up with what might be a dumb question.
Usually in the bottom right (if you are looking at it in the case, and the case is a tower) you will see a line of pins looking like this ::::::::::::::::: Also if you look closely (use reading glasses or a hand lens or a magnifying glass if you need) the pins should be labeled, it should be fairly obvious then which pins go where.
Try that first, and if you can't figure it out, then you need to do a few more things and post back:
1 - Is this a store brand computer? (dell, hp, compaq, gateway, ect) If so what model?
2 - If this isn't a store brand computer then look on the motherboard, there is a really high chance somewhere on it it says what brand and its model number.
3 - This is stretching it a bit (but may help if you can find motherboard brand but not model). Do you know if you have an AMD or Intel processor, and also the speed if you know that.
I have a Linksys WRT54G and I have a problem. I like to plug out my main power cabel from the power outlet when I go to bed and when I turn it back on in the morning and switch my computer on I need to reset my router so it can work (otherwise the internet icon has a yellow exclamation mark)
(also my router is connected to my computer via cabel)
I don't think that is normal. Why does the router stop working after losing power?
(it doesn't lose its settings but I need to reset it to fix it)
How can I fix this?
Quote: Originally Posted by headbuster
I have a Linksys WRT54G and I have a problem. I like to plug out my main power cabel from the power outlet when I go to bed and when I turn it back on in the morning and switch my computer on I need to reset my router so it can work (otherwise the internet icon has a yellow exclamation mark)
(also my router is connected to my computer via cabel)
I don't think that is normal. Why does the router stop working after losing power?
(it doesn't lose its settings but I need to reset it to fix it)
How can I fix this?
No Headbuster it is not normal, Most of the routers that I deal with do keep their settings when the power is removed and restored.
What might be happening is that the router has not completed it's startup routines and connecting to your ISP before your computer keeps asking for an IP.
I recommend that you plug in the router a few minutes before you turn your computer on and see if then your pc picks up an ip properly.
What you might be experiencing is hurrying the router when it is not ready.
I have an HP Envy 15 Notebook PC
Serial # [Personal Information Removed]
Model # 15t-j100
How do we reset a Power on Password?
We enter an incorrect password three times and we do NOT get any codes, it just does a restart. If we do this again, it will go into recovery mode with Advance Options. But, does not allow us to reset the Power on Password.
Please enter the incorrect password 3 times and reply to this post with an error code or the halt code, so I can reset the password for you Or Please click on the below shown link to reset the password by yourself using the error code or the halt codehttp://bios-pw.org/ Hope this helps, for any further queries reply to the post and feel free to join us again **Click the White Thumbs Up Button on the right to say Thanks**Make it easier for other people to find solutions by marking a Reply 'Accept as Solution' if it solves your problem. Thank You,KNRKhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Reset-Power-On-Password/td-p/5681113
I just installed an Asus P T mobo in an Antec with an i and I am having problems with the sw reset / power with Problem system panel connector power sw you know the thing with the power ground and reset ground that plugs into the case power reset wires If the case sits for a long length of time it won t power up I hit the power button and it doesn t do anything It s been doing this Problem with power / reset sw since the first power up after installation To fix the problem although temporarily I have to pull the system panel connector adapter out replug the reset wire the power wire and the led wire and plug the adapter back in Problem with power / reset sw Once I unplug it and refit all the wires it boots right up It doesn t happen in short intervals however I can shut the system down wait a few seconds and it ll power right back up Finally after I refit all the plugs on the system panel connector I have to change the boot order on my hard drives Don t know if this is related though nbsp
Instead of unplugging the panel connectors from the motherboard, try switching the power off at the back of the power supply for a couple of minutes. Of course, the PC should be powered off at the time. Turn the switch on the PSU back on and see if it will start.
The code is 51908034
Alex. Enter 44660010http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Power-on-reset-code/td-p/5633913
i got hacked they changed my cmos or bios power on password now i can't turn my computer on can you helphttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/power-on-password-reset/td-p/5794549
OK Guys i finally got the case and mother board i want but now i have a problem The power wire that connects to my mother board just Say s power and is not marked pos or neg and the board has pos and neg this is also true with the reset wire it just says reset no pos or Wiring and Reset Power neg and my led light wire is the same The power wires one is orange and one is white The reset wires are Blue and white So what I m asking is the dark or colored wire always the pos wire and the white one the neg or what How do i Power and Reset Wiring tell the difference Also thanks for all the help on which hard drives to use and which CPU is better just so all you guys that helped me on those post s i went with An AMD AThlon CPU and a Seagate Sata hard drive O yea and You guy s that said ECS mobo s were junk ill have to say you were right cuz i bought one and already had to take it back now i got a Ansu Thanks for all your help Just help me with this wire issue now plz LOL LOL nbsp
The NB has usb ports on its right side I tried plugging in an external cd drive and got a red flagged box from the bottom task bar stating something about device drawing too much power usb no how - reset to NB100 power and that the supply would be stopped Since then the usb ports 'appear' dead Nothing I plug in is recognised by the NB It does say in the user manual that if an overload is detected the power to usb ports can be stopped However it does not say how to reset the ports ie power to them Both the card reader and usb port on the front left are still working I have tried updating BIOS NB100 no usb power - how to reset to the latest setting all bios settings to default using F at bootup and have even bought 'Device Driver' to ensure all drivers are up to date Can anyone help I'm sure there is a simple answer but just can't see it Ideally I would like to avoid having to reinstall XP as I don't have the disk and the hard drive doesn't appear to have an XP partition Help
In your case I would recommend removing the USB port /controller /hub from device manager.
Just simply go to device manager, expand the USB controller area and delete all the devices which are available in this area.
After new reboot, the system (Win XP in your case) should recognize the USB ports and the driver should be installed again.
Then reboot once again connect an USB device and check if this helps?
Just for info: the USB 2.0 ports provide 500mA? so in some cases the external USB device would not be detected when such device would need more than the usual 500mA. In such case such device should be connected to two USB ports using an Y USB cable or should use an external power source as some USB hubs do.
Hi,, Please helpMy boss appears laptop password on the bios , but forgot the password .how to reset the password without opening the CMOS battery.There may be a reset code? thanks
@hokage07? When asked for the password just hit enter 3 times. Post any halt code. REOhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/reset-post-power/td-p/5717735
Please help me, how to reset password bios for HP 251-a115d. Thanks.
6 pins on pw+cmos 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 and 4 jumpered 2 and 5 jumpered can i reset from this pin?? if can how?? many thanks for your answered..http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Boot-and-Lockup/How-to-reset-power-on-password/td-p/5762223
I bought a used HP Envy 700-210xt from a guy who was selling it cheap because he couldnt fix it. I got it and it has a power on password protecting it. I tried to reset the Bios by removing the CMOS battery for about 45 min, also tried to do a reset by holding down the Windows key and the B button down as instructed but it would just stay stuck on black screen. When I powered off and powered back up it would back to the Black screen with the blue power on password box. I even tried to jump the CMOS PW as I read online but that did not fix the issue either.
Hi: If there is a clear P/W jumper (and it looks like there may be one on the motherboard because I see a picture of a couple tiny blue jumpers), see if this works... Shut down and unplug the PC. Move the clear P/W jumper one pin over. From the pictures it looks like it can only be moved one way. Plug in and turn on the Pc. The BIOS P/W should now be cleared. Shut down and unplug the PC. Move the clear P/W jumper back to its original position. Plug in and power on the PC. Done.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Boot-and-Lockup/How-to-Reset-a-Power-On-password/td-p/5819712
cant remember power on password to my new laptop, i suffered an illness last month almost died and now i cant remember a bunch of my passwords, some of my memory has been erased and i am one of those guys who could remember almost anything now i am lost, i was reading some of your forums and it appears that some how you guys can remove them if i have the correct info for you? please help, thank you inadvance.
@baker133768? When asked for the password just hit enter 3 times. Post any code you receive. REOhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/need-to-reset-power-on-password/td-p/5808228
Hello. I need to reset my Power On Password. The number that comes up after 3 tries is 85524480.Thank you very much.Patrick
Hi, Enter 30482406 Regards, DP-Khttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/I-need-to-reset-my-power-on-password/td-p/5776240
My laptop was Laptop will atx tried up not have reset power working fine yesterday then we had a thunderstorm last night I was worried it might Laptop will not power up have tried atx reset get fried because of the storm so I shut it down and unplugged it This morning it would not power on It is a Gateway TA When I Laptop will not power up have tried atx reset plug in the AC adapter the battery light comes on It will not power on though I found something about doing an ATX reset Laptop will not power up have tried atx reset and I tried that What I did was unplugged everything including the battery held down the power button for secs then again for secs when I tried it a second time I then tried just plugging in the ac adapter and tried to power it on that didn t work so I tried plugging in the battery with no ac adapter and that did not work either I tried it both ways several times varing the amount of time I held down the power button It has been plugged in all day so I know the battery should be fully charged by now Can someone PLEASE help me I have a lot of financial info on there that I need to get OFF before we go visit family in a couple of days I have some stuff backed up to my Free Agent Go but not the updated stuff I need Can anyone help I would be SO grateful Thanks for reading Jen nbsphttps://forums.techguy.org/threads/laptop-will-not-power-up-have-tried-atx-reset.839190/
I forgot my administrator password for BIOS. After 3 triesI get system disabled and the code is 51109054. This is a hpFolio 13 running Windows 8.1
@dennmwangin? Enter 44861090http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/To-reset-power-on-password/td-p/5752299
Are the power and reset switches -- the ones that connect to the system board -- on most computer enclosures simple momentary (make/break) buttons? I want to replace a "flakey" one on a computer, but I have not been able to locate any specification for these switches. Is there anything "fancy" about them?
Nope, nothing fancy. Just a momentary switch.
I forgot power on password. Need helpgiven code after three tryCNU9256B6W
@Mateshiv? Enter e9lo7qgpgd ( 3rd character is a lower case L ) Regards, DP-Khttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Power-on-password-reset/td-p/5700485
I have forgotten my hp laptop power on password and system disable code is58851457Plz help & thanks in advance
Thanks dear, it workedhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Power-on-password-reset/td-p/5778834
I bought new motherboard P8P67 LE, swopped it with my oldone. Managed to plug everything back, but my Power botton wouldnt power the system up and wouldnt power it down. Actually it burned out, when I tried to force power it down. I replaced it, but it wouldnt work anyway. Only way I can power my system up is by holding Memory OK button on my motherboard. Everything works OK afterwards. Reset function still works on the button though. Any ideas what to do and what could be the problem? Thanks
You will have to look at a diagram of what each connector is for. They vary a lot and just because 2 particular connectors on one board are for power or reset doesn't mean that the same ones will be used on a different board. Though the polarity doesn't matter for the switches, you have to make sure it is right for LED's or they won't work.
About a week ago now, turn on at won't reset all PC Power I came home and my clock was blinking and my PC I had left on was turned off a mild storm passed by Now my PC won t turn on anymore no fans no lights no sounds nothing Power reset now, PC won't turn on at all Things to note Yes I checked to make sure the PSU switch was on and plugged in I tried different outlets My PC was plugged into a power Power reset now, PC won't turn on at all strip during the quot storm quot not sure how much surge protection that provides No visible burn marks on my hardware I bought a new power supply because the PSU was my first suspect since it was pin and I needed a new a pin to fit my motherboard best anyways ---No luck with new PSU--- I figured it might be my front panel power switch so I tried bypassing it by using the reset button as the on off power sw I also tried touching the on off pins lightly with a screwdriver ---No luck--- I ve tried naked booting with just mobo cpu and video card I ve tried different computer power cords When I turn on my new PSU I can hear it begin a very soft hum like a capacitor charging or something so power is getting to the PSU I ve tried booting with both V V PSU settings I ve tried taking out RAM and reinserting Idk if this is relevant but my drive data cables are very old My computer is basically new new cpu new mobo new ram new PSU My best guess is that it has something to do with the front panel power switch Any ideas Please help Also I put up my PC specs in my profile let me know if you can t see them Thanks -Ethan nbsp
We just had a nice line of storms come through a few weeks ago.
I was extremely busy replacing motherboard and PSU combos on various customer computers, mind you after having fixed them, I STRONGLY recommended they buy a decent surge protector.
Turns out all but one were running straight out the wall.
I've come across one scenario where the motherboard survived a PSU failure, luckily for me that was mine about a month ago.
Generally a PSU fails, it takes the motherboard with it, if you have any other motherboard that will jive with your hardware, swap it out.
when i start my computer with the power adapter in i get a message saying can not determoin the power output of power adapter try reseting adapter. How do you reset a power adapter iv googled it and nothing. please help thanks sorry for bad spelling.
i don't think you can reset a power adapter - i don't know of one - it will have the correct voltage on the plug or not
whats the make and model of the PC
are you able to use and have a mulitmeter?
Hi! The 840 G3 appears to have a battery compartment that is secured by screws. Sometimes there is a combination of keys that can be pressed that will simulate the function of a power reset (powering the laptop down, removing the battery, pressing the power button for a length of time to drain capacitors, replacing battery, and powering up) so that users don't have to remove the battery. I've googled and found some key combinations for other HP products but can't find one for the 840 G3. Does anyone know of one? Thanks!
Hi, Thank you for posting in the HP Support forum. Welcome! I am not 100% sure if I understand you but I'll try to help. As mentioned by you and as confirmed by the product's manual, it comes with non-removable fixed battery. May be you want to perform hard reset to power off the computer >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NJQM8vJa9Q Why do you want to perform this you write about ? Is there some issues with Windows ? If so, have you tried restarting it (instead of Shut down) ? Because in Windows 8/8.1/10 this process is by default different from what it was in Windows XP/Vista/7.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/How-to-power-reset-840-G3-laptop/td-p/5673601
Hello i have a weird problem every time i reset whether soft reset or hard reset my pc turns off with a clicking sound and reset at loss Power refuses to turn on again for around five minutes during which the PSU power button must be on Trying to turn the PC s power button on too soon causes the fans to turn on for a second before turning off again once Doing it again nets no result until around minutes have passed Everything else works perfectly The machine is built Power loss at reset with spare components i had stored safely which were never used before and are practically brand new mobo asrock g m-gs cpu intel core quad s ram gb ram Kingston Mhz DDR HyperX HDD Power loss at reset Hitachi Tb GPU ati radeon sapphire PSU LinQ P - W I m fairly sure i setup the jumpers and the case connectors right so i dont know what could be causing this Resetting the CMOS and running the mobo with default settings seems to make soft resets work for a while but it doesn t last Any ideas This machine is made of spare parts so i ll have to use it even if it s a cripple but it would be nice if there was a solution nbsp
I had a virus or a bug on my comuter so I thought I would just factory reset it and would just get all my suff back over xc-603g ... and to factory reset power tried out went time because I tried to factory reset xc-603g and power went out ... won't lose much But while it was reintalling windows my power went out and when i turned it back on it would go tried to factory reset xc-603g and power went out ... throuh the booting process with ACER on the screen the just black for nbsp two days strait Then I tried to Google a way to fix it and it told me to hit Shift and F to get to a menu and change a setting from to Sorry I actually don't remember what thing I changed Now nbsp I can't find what web site I went to and when I turn my computer on it tried to factory reset xc-603g and power went out ... boots up through the nbsp two ACER screens then a screen that says donlowded pops up for a second or two then it restarts and it dose it all again Thats the story behind it and I was woundering if a new copy of windows would work or is my hard drive to messed up and I need a new one nbsp or any other advise anyone has would be helpfull nbsp Thank you for your time AJhttp://community.acer.com/t5/Aspire-Desktops/tried-to-factory-reset-xc-603g-and-power-went-out-during/td-p/458120
I'm installing a new motherboard to my computer and I cannot seem to get the power on button to work. The motherboard is receiving power but I can't turn it on. I'm not even sure what information you would need in order to help me out. Anything you ask I can provide. I'm unsure of what case I have.
Greetings to all! I've got a HP 14-ac100nv laptop and forgot the power-on password..How can I retrieve it? The halt code is 60241169. Thank you!
Hi: Restart the PC and enter this unlock code... 75129169http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/HP-14-ac100nv-power-on-password-reset/td-p/5839952
I NEED BIOS RESET CODE Error code Is 77001425.product is hp G42 series"415DX. IM Praying with higher power and in meditation .
@indianadaddy? Enter 68969401 Regards, DP-Khttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/bios-reset-power-on-disabled/td-p/5676044
So basically my computer has ceased to function on the latest windows update disk usage is occurring at all times leaving the computer inoperable and I've found that reverting it to factory settings and not updating fixes that Well the other night I clicked on update and shut down accidentally rather than sleep I immediately out factory power reset Windows during 10 went to factory reset it again and it finished and put me at the setup screen at that point my power went out Upon turning the computer back on it came up with the screen That shows the windows logo and has a loading circle let this quot load quot for about hours before shutting the damn thing off and rebooting It takes me back to the same Windows 10 power out during factory reset screen where I proceed to give it hours finally it takes me to a screen that says administrator and has another loading circle I have now been on this screen for an additional hours I have no Idea what to do at this point I have tried to reinstall windows from a DVD and from a USB Windows 10 power out during factory reset but for some reason it tells me to insert actual boot media I have tried multiple different win and Windows 10 power out during factory reset isos on dvds and usbs and none will work Any help would be greatly appreciated as I fear this os is slowly taking my sanity Thankshttp://www.tenforums.com/installation-setup/47755-windows-10-power-out-during-factory-reset.html
Due to my inspiron15 Dell laptop running extremely slow, I did a factory reset to original factory settings. It worked fine and the laptop came with Windows 8. I decided to upgrade to Windows 10 using the free one still available from Microsoft for people who use disability functions (my mum uses magnifications). However, when turning on it gets stuck on the Dell Logo page with no bar underneath. I have attempted another factory restore as I have managed to get it to run automatic repair but it says that the partition has changed and there is no restore point to work from and won't let me continue.Can you please suggest what I may do to fix this problem?
Hello! You can go here to download the restore media for your computer to USB or DVD and then restore your computer to factory settings.http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/software-os/f/4997/t/19994082
Hello! An HP 100B was given to me, however, I cannot get past the "Power On Password", in spite of removing the battery and jumpers. Is there any way to reset this password or do i have to toss this PC?
Take a look at the last image you posted for me. I would move the jumper on the header from its current position to the second set from the top to see if it clears the password. Give it an arbitrary amount of time, say 5-10 seconds, return it to the original position and then check to see if that cleared the password.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Boot-and-Lockup/HP-100B-Power-On-Password-Cannot-Reset/td-p/5474151
I have a HP 2000 with the power on password, its lock code is 96731153, how can I reset it?
Hi: Restart the PC and enter this unlock code... 29699195http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/HP-2000-power-on-password-reset/td-p/5832937
Sorry I don't know the proper terms, but basically the pin inside the jack where the power cord gets plugged into on my laptop was bent so that it's really hard for me to plug in my power cord and have it stay in place. My warranty with best buy has expired, so I need to figure out how to solve this problem on my own. I can't just leave it like this because the cord comes out really easily and I can't continue to work with such a tenuous setup. Anyway, is this just a matter of replacing the entire unit inside my laptop? I know you probably need more information, but I'm not sure what to provide, so please ask any questions. The laptop is a Toshia M-45, about 3-4 years old. Thanks in advance
umm.. bend it back so it's closer to normal? That's all I can say about it. usually works for me.
This problem has been happening for a few months now. When I try to turn on my computer using the power button located on the front of the case, I hear the fan running but my monitor's status light is just blinking; nothing on the screen. At that point I press the hard reset button on the front of the case and then it boots up normally, with the BIOS screen and everything. This happens about 90% of the time; the other 10% it boots up fine. How can I make it so my PC boots up properly when I press the power button?
I know I shut down the PC every night by going to the Start menu and choosing shut down. Any help would be appreciated.
See that the connector for the Power Switch is plugged in properly to the M/B pins.
If possible, replace the Power Supply with a working one to verify if it's a faulty PSU.
Getting blue screen on start-up asking for power-on password. I do not know code and after hitting enter 3 times I get an *. How can I reset the password? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I'm sorry ,the OS is windows 10 64-bit.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Compaq-6510b-power-on-password-reset/td-p/5680603
Appreciate some help.
Have an HP empty case (XT 936 Pavilion) in which would like to place a used mainboard and other components. The used mainboard came with a Compaq Presario 5360. (AMD Athlon 450MHZ)
Installed the Compaq mainboard in the HP case, and everything fit like a glove. The Power/Reset switch connector is one piece with a series of 4 pins and 3 pins respectively.
Well, the darn power switch on the HP case will not turn on the power supply. Tested the power supply, and it works, but if the power switch connector from the HP case is used, it is no-go.
Any ideas of how to get this case to work with the Compaq mainboard? Read about rigging the momentary power switch, but not clear as to how this is done.
Thanks in advance for the help.
The pinouts for the one piece connector is probably different from one motherboard to another. It's pretty easy to take the wires out and move them around.
Can anyone help me to set up my power on pass word for hp 2140 . I bought this few years ago and I put power on passoword. And then. I did. Use this laptop for many years bt today. When I tried u charge n turn on its asked me power on password. And I tried all the password I remember nt all failed . Can anyone help me please . Kind regards Jimmy
Hi, Unfortunately, business machines have more stringent security than consumer models - they don't produce 'halt codes', the password cannot be derived from the Serial No. and the code is stored in non-volatile memory so removing the RTC cell will not reset the password in this case. If you Contact HP Business support they should be able to send you a customised SMC.bin file which you can use at boot to reset the password. Regards, DP-Khttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Please-help-me-to-reset-power-on-password-hp-2140energy-star/td-p/5752492
I have been having problems with my system freezing - some programs may still run the system off or Freezes - System power requires reset clock will freeze but a sidebar gadget showing the time in scotland will show the correct time my downloads may also continue System Freezes - requires reset or power off and when i have to do a hard reset the raid may have to be rebuilt It seemed to be random but i noticed that most of the freezes were occurring when i was installing programs and to a lesser extent when i was trying to control the computer with realvnc at first i thought it was a hard drive problem i had a stripe raid as the system drive or the cables connecting them i swapped cables i thought maybe i had faulty cables and a crash had broken system files as my raid was a stripe i reformatted everything and configured the raid stripe to a raid mirror and reinstalled everything - still crashing i removed drive - drive would crash removed drive and drive would crash so i don't believe my problem is hardware I have found a program that almost crashes my system - videoinspector exe when i try to install it the first window is okay select language i choose english and click next then then my system crashes explorer i can write this in firefox but i can't click on the start button or the taskbar if i cancel the installation i can then use the taskbar this may just be a rogue program but it is a problem that i can reproduce and i have have full freezes installing programs - last night a j river media player install froze completely occasionally realvnc crashes to both screens are completely black and i have to power down - these may be related let me know if i have provided too much information or not enough i hope you can help - i like the system but i crave reliability - i have raids in my system - two raid and mirror - i also have a drive for backups a total of drives - i don't like the system freezing and having to rebuild my raids all the time obviously it is time consuming but more importantly my data is at risk thank you for reading this and i hope you can help
Quote: Originally Posted by ethereal9
I have been having problems with my system freezing - some programs may still run (the system clock will freeze but a sidebar gadget showing the time in scotland will show the correct time, my downloads may also continue and when i have to do a hard reset? the raid may have to be rebuilt).
It seemed to be random but i noticed that most of the freezes were occurring when i was installing programs and to a lesser extent when i was trying to control the computer with realvnc.
at first i thought it was a hard drive problem (i had a stripe raid as the system drive) or the cables connecting them. (i swapped cables).
i thought maybe i had faulty cables and a crash had broken system files as my raid was a stripe.
i reformatted everything and configured the raid stripe to a raid mirror and reinstalled everything - still crashing.
i removed drive 0 - drive 1 would crash. removed drive 1 and drive 0 would crash.
so i don't believe my problem is hardware
I have found a program that almost crashes my system - videoinspector223.exe
when i try to install it the first window is okay (select language), i choose english and click next then then my system crashes (explorer?). i can write this in firefox but i can't click on the start button or the taskbar. if i cancel the installation i can then use the taskbar. (this may just be a rogue program but it is a problem that i can reproduce and i have have full freezes installing programs - last night a j river media player install froze completely.
occasionally realvnc crashes to both screens are completely black and i have to power down - these may be related.
let me know if i have provided too much information or not enough
i hope you can help - i like the system but i crave reliability - i have 3 raids in my system - two raid 5 and 1 mirror - i also have a drive for backups (a total of 9 drives) - i don't like the system freezing and having to rebuild my raids all the time (obviously it is time consuming but more importantly my data is at risk)
thank you for reading this and i hope you can help
Hi and welcome
can you type event viewer in search. go to the windows logs>application tab. Look for errors (red in left column) that relate to app hang, app crash, or anything that relates to the problem. when you find them note the Event ID and course codes. relay them to use
Desktop Pc Dell XPS Operating System Win Professional after port power probable USB surge Reset of Total port External Port on Reset of USB port after probable power surge the top of CPU probably on the back Problem Usally my seagate external hard drive is attached to the top second port always On a nice morning day back I got a message from the system tray after system comes off from night sleep that quot Reset of USB port after probable power surge USB mass storagedevice has exceeded the power limits of its hub port quot After I close the window in a hurry I could not able Reset of USB port after probable power surge to activate that port but power is coming to the ext device if attached but not recognised by the system The port next to it is working fine My dell phone support system could not solve the problem now his engineer will make a visit don't know what he will do Clue One interesting thing i have found under universal serial bus controller that one drive named quot USB Mass storage device quot always remains at present however if I attach the external device to left USB port another quot USB Mass storage device quot drive is created and is removed when I detach it But this is not the case for the faulty one Request How can I reset my faulty port to come back active please help Best Regards Raj
Try this, shut down the PC, unplug the power cord for the power supply from the wall outlet. Now press the power on button on your case and hold it for a couple of seconds. The power Led should lite up briefly and then fad out. Now plug the power cord back in and power up normally. With a little luck the USB port will be working again. I've gotten that same message on my PC and the above procedure fixed it for me.http://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/208526-reset-usb-port-after-probable-power-surge.html
Please help me with the reset code for my Admin or power password on my hp630 laptop. I enter this code luckycam it opened but it stop opening and I need to reset it. Its showing me 
@lordcami? Enter: 23691185 Regards, DP-Khttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Please-I-need-a-defualt-password-to-reset-my-admin-or-power/td-p/5615546
OK it s a Acer Aspire Someone brought it to me they thought the battery had died and bought a new one So I discovered that Acer doesn t really have anyway to calibrate a battery either Power Problems and Battery Reset Calibration know with a new battery you Power Reset and Battery Calibration Problems really shouldn t have to So the situation is that if I take the new battery out and unplugged the AC Adapter help the power button for seconds like the acer website says to plug in the ac power and its fine I put in the new battery and press power nothing Plug in the ac power and it boots up but device manager sees the battery I try to open power management and acer has this thing called eManagement and stuff Power Reset and Battery Calibration Problems that s supposed to help with these things and then I get an error message saying index is out of range I m at a loss and the acer website to even email their technical support isn t working any suggestions would be great nbsp
uninstall all acer power management software. just look what the windows will tell you about battery. the battery assembled with bq2085 battery controller. it's quite smart and it will do all work for you
Bypass or reset power password
@Holbione First thing to try is when asked for a password just hit enter 3 times. Post any code you receive. REOhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Reset-power-password-laptop-G5000/td-p/5836982
Hi I posted a question yesterday about how to ID a mobo b c I had disconnected the power reset wires on sister s desktop and did not have mobo manual Never thought to ask how to reconnect the wires amp mobo power/reset to to connect wires HELP! Need totally bypass the mobo ID See picture There HELP! Need to connect power/reset wires to mobo is one wide wire that is made up of wires that are divided into groups of two Wires are labeled starting from the left st group of wires white amp black labeled POWER SW nd group of wires white amp orange labeled RESET SW rd group of wires white amp yellow labeled H D D LED Then a single white wire not labeled The last wire - a single green wire not labeled See picture for pins amp table There are metal pins sticking out of a small black plastic rectangle with holes The top row has pins w the vacant hole being the last one on the right The bottom row has pins Then on the mobo there is a small corresponding table to the left of the pins Right above the table on the left the text reads SW - H D D LED - SUS-LED - RESET - PWR-SW There is also a pic of the power reset buttons on the front of the tower Thanks in advance for any help nbsphttps://forums.techguy.org/threads/help-need-to-connect-power-reset-wires-to-mobo.633378/
Need to Reset Power on password for hp pavilion 11-k026ca x360
Hi, Enter 40581281 Regards, DP-Khttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Reset-Power-on-password-for-hp-11-k026ca-x360/td-p/5833097
I haven't used a d-link in a long time and I'm just wondering if I can power cycle a DI-264 without resetting the router to factory default settings. I just pull the power plug for 30 seconds correct?
Yes, pulling the plug on any router should not erase any of its settings. You would have to use the reset switch to clear the settings or the option within the router menus to restore it to factory defaults.
HP 15-f009wm notebook we are locked out need to reset administrator or Power on Passwordtried 3x and the "System Disabled 77305999" is the result. Any suggestions on what to try next?
Try >> 68063319http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Software-and-How-To-Questions/HP-15-f009wm-notebook-reset-administrator-or-Power-on/td-p/4567220
Hello I need to connect power/reset buttons to dell optiplex 620, but I just can't connect them anywhere on motherboard.
I need help as fast as possible
Trying to help my girlfriend recover her computer. She must have accidentally set the Admin/Power on password and doesn't remember it. I've tried a few recovery entries that I've found from other posts by searching the web, but none of them have worked. If the password entry fails three times I get a "System Disabled/82148628" message. Any help would be wonderful.
Hi, Enter: 33820208http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Administrator-or-Power-On-Password-recovery-reset-System/td-p/5741428
No matter what i do, my power options always revert to shutting off my monitor in 20 minutes. I've tried reinstalling windows, i've tried going to the command prompt and reseting power schemes to defaults, nothing works.
Using windows xp media center edition here.
Hi on cmos Dv6700 reset laptop power after wont recieved this laptop with it turning on with only black screen Power leds were on along with the quick play and battery lights Fan was running No show on external monitor Removed Dv6700 laptop wont power on after cmos reset battery and wireless card Hooked it back up to AC power and it booted up all the way Problem was when it went in sleep mode Dv6700 laptop wont power on after cmos reset it wouldnt respond Had to remove battery and AC power then reconnect them to get it back on Decided to do the reset thing Removed battery cmos battery and AC power then held down power button for seconds After that i left it alone for about an hour Replaced all the batteries and connected it back to AC power and now nothing No response at all No power lights except for the blue ring at the dc jack Battery light comes on for about minutes then goes out No fan or hard drive spin What happened How did reseting the cmos and static discharge proceedure make it do this Im lost Any ideas Thanks nbsp
Yeah I had the same problem. I Don't know u laptop or desktop model, but exist a Crisis Recovery Disk.
If you put your model maybe can extend the information about.
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I ve had this ongoing problem for a few always 20 Options off monitor turn in minutes reset Power to months now Here is the topic i made on another part of this site here is my log Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v BETA Scan saved at PM on Platform Windows XP SP WinNT Boot mode Normal Running processes C WINDOWS System smss Power Options always reset to turn off monitor in 20 minutes exe C WINDOWS system winlogon exe C WINDOWS system services exe C WINDOWS system lsass exe C WINDOWS system Ati evxx exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C WINDOWS System svchost exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C WINDOWS system Ati evxx exe C WINDOWS system spoolsv exe C WINDOWS Explorer EXE C WINDOWS ehome ehtray exe C Program Files HP HP Software Update HPwuSchd exe C Program Files Java jre bin jusched exe C Program Files Transcode Transcode Tray exe C HP KBD KBD EXE C Program Files ATI Technologies ATI ACE Core-Static MOM EXE C Program Files Microsoft Xbox Accessories XboxStat exe C WINDOWS system ctfmon exe C Program Files Windows Media Player WMPNSCFG exe C Program Files ATI Technologies ATI ACE Core-Static ccc exe C WINDOWS ehome RMSysTry exe C Program Files HP Digital Imaging bin hpqtra exe C WINDOWS eHome ehRecvr exe C WINDOWS eHome ehSched exe C WINDOWS System svchost exe C Program Files Common Files LightScribe LSSrvc exe C Program Files Common Files Microsoft Shared VS DEBUG MDM EXE C WINDOWS System spool DRIVERS W X HPZIPM EXE C WINDOWS ehome RMSvc exe C Program Files Alcohol Soft Alcohol StarWind StarWindServiceAE exe C Program Files TVersity Media Server MediaServer exe C WINDOWS system UAService exe C Program Files Webroot Spy Sweeper SpySweeper exe C WINDOWS system dllhost exe C WINDOWS eHome ehmsas exe C WINDOWS ALCXMNTR EXE c windows system hpsysdrv exe C Program Files Trillian trillian exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C Program Files Mozilla Firefox firefox exe C Documents and Settings HP Administrator Desktop New Folder HiJackThis v exe R - HKCU Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Default Page URL http ie redirect hp com svs rdr T Q amp bd pavilion amp pf desktop amp parm seconduser R - HKCU Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Default Search URL http ie redirect hp com svs rdr T Q amp bd pavilion amp pf desktop amp parm seconduser R - HKCU Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Search Bar http ie redirect hp com svs rdr T Q amp bd pavilion amp pf desktop amp parm seconduser R - HKCU Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Search Page http ie redirect hp com svs rdr T Q amp bd pavilion amp pf desktop amp parm seconduser R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Default Page URL http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Default Search URL http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Search Bar http ie redirect hp com svs rdr T Q amp bd pavilion amp pf desktop amp parm seconduser R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Search Page http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Start Page http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Search SearchAssistant http ie redirect hp com svs rdr T Q amp bd pavilion amp pf desktop amp parm seconduser O - BHO AcroIEHlprObj Class - E F-C D - D -B D- B D BE B - C Program Files Adobe Acrobat ActiveX AcroIEHelper dll O - BHO SSVHelper Class - BB-D F - C-B EB-D DAF D D - C Program Files Java jre bin ssv dll O - HKLM Run ehTray C WINDOWS ehome ehtray exe O - HKLM Run HPHUPD quot c Program Files HP Digital Imaging D CC - F - d b-A D- B A hphupd exe quot O - HKLM Run HPBootOp quot C Program Files Hewlett-Packard HP Boot Optimizer HPBootOp exe quot run O - HKLM Run HP Software Update quot C Program Files HP HP Software Update HPwuSchd exe quot O - HKLM Run SunJavaUpdateSched quot C Program Files Java jre bin jusched exe quot O - HKLM Run TkBellExe quot C Program Files Common Files Real Update OB realsched... Read more
I just came back from college and my computer has been packed away in the closet for over 3 months. I plugged everything in today, and upon pressing the power button, the fans spin up and stay on, but the computer doesn't do anything more.
On the back of the computer, a red light that says CLR CMOS is on. The power LED's in the front are not on.
Also, it's an ASrock p67 extreme 4 mobo
Looking inside, their is a code that is displayed on the mobo "A3" and the Power and Reset lights are also lit up
Any help would be appreciated!
Hi! RecentlyI was restoring my computer back to factory default when a power outage shut down the computer. When i turned the computer back on it go farther then the HP logo before shutting off and restarting over again. None of the advanced diagnosis will start up or help correctly and whenever I try to reset the computer the reset won't pass 1%. Someone please help.
Hopefully you created the Recovery media.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Tried-to-reset-computer-power-outage-happened-now-my/td-p/5697915
Hi guys I just built my first PC from scratch and everything works great after it With Booting Button/ Power Works Problem Reset s booted up My problem is that when I initially boot up using the power button on the case I get this PCI VGA Link Width IDE Primary Master None IDE Primary Slave Light-On DVDRW SHOW- S BSOH IDE Secondary Master None IDE Secondary Slave None Detecting IDE Drives This is where it stalls I ve tried all manners of switching the DVD drive between Problem Booting With Power Button/ Reset Works master and slave and plugging it into both IDE spots on the board None of that changed anything When I hit the reset Problem Booting With Power Button/ Reset Works button I get this PCI VGA Link Width IDE Primary Master None IDE Primary Slave Light-On DVDRW SHOW- S BSOH IDE Secondary Master None IDE Secondary Slave None IDE Third Master ST AS AAD IDE Fourth Master None IDE Fifth Master None IDE Sixth Master None The computer then goes on to boot normally I suppose it s not recognizing the HDD when it boots from the power button I ve also tried plugging the SATA HDD data cable into each of the different SATA connections on the board That doesn t do it either My System is MSI K N NEO -F Socket AMD Athlon Venice Crucial MB PC Mhz CL -pin DDR DIMM Seagate GB ST AS SATA MB rpm XFX Geforce TC PCIE MB DVI TV MB Lite-On SOHW- S Dual Layer x DVDRW Cooler Master Cav-T -UKC W W Power Supply Anyone have any ideas on how to straighten this out Thanks nbsp
You should have a setting in BIOS to give hard drives time to spin up. Look for "HDD delay" or something similar. You can also just disable quick startup, so the HD has time to spin up during the memory test.
I have a Windows 2000 laptop (Toshiba).
I set my power settings to Never Turn Off Monitor, Never Turn Off Hard disks, Never System Standby.
Whenever I turn the machine back on, the settins are reset to 5 minutes for all three tasks.
Is there a registry setting I can change to not reset on every boot-up?
Thanks in advance,
Try this MS article: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q242414
The Enter power on password comes up when I turn on computer, I don't know the password and after some attempts a message saying system disabled (13535).
We can't help with unknown or forgotten passwords as we have have no way of knowing if you are the authorised or legal owner/user of that computer.http://www.computing.net/answers/windows-vista/how-to-resetremove-power-on-password-on-compaq-c500/13662.html
I was using Dell Vostro 3800 PC, somehow my cabinet got damaged due to short circuit but the motherboard is running perfectly. I need help identifying HDD LED,Power LED & Reset SW connectors. Thanks in anticipation.
I was using Dell Vostro 3800 PC, somehow my cabinet got damaged due to short circuit but the motherboard is running perfectly. I need help identifying HDD LED,Power LED & Reset SW connectors. Thanks in anticipation.
The Vostro 3800 Slim-Tower Owner's manual is Here:
If you are referring to the pin-outs of the HDD LED,Power LED & Reset SW connectors, unfortunately these have never been published by Dell.
My HP Slate 21 keeps refreshing the hp log every 2-3 secs and wont boot from power up or from reset - any idea what this could be and any help tips apart from repair? Regards Timhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Boot-and-Lockup/HP-Slate-21-wont-boot-from-power-on-or-factory-reset/td-p/5831675
Hi guys I have a strange problem here This is actually a continuation of the thread quot struck by lightning quot so if this belongs there my apologies Let me start from the problem. no down>power problem Power Reboot/reset, up, beginning Both my rigs were hit by lightning back in mid summer and I had to completely rebuild both from the ground up Rig my personal rig has had no problems since rebuilding but rig my sons fiance s rig wasn t booting up at all I had given up on rig for a month or so then got back on it a lot of part swaps and voltage checks later confirmed that the brand new Reboot/reset, no problem. Power down>power up, problem PSU I had purchased Corsair W modular was in fact bad even though my voltage checks showed no problems So I purchased a W single rail PSU A on v rail since it was all I could afford for the time being HEre are the following specs for rig AMD Phenom II quad core GHz ASUS M A XTD EVO mobo G-Skill Ripjaws series x GB sticks ATi Radeon GB Graphics card Corsair W single - rail gaming series PSU A on V rail Thermaltake V mm cpu heatsink fan HD WD GB Cooling Azza case running x mm and x mm fans Here s the strange stuff that s going on now I DL d the most current drievers for all of my hardware directly from the websites - I never use the included driver disks When I powered it on I got the same result from the st time I had issues rebuilding it black screen no post I thought that maybe I had yet another bad PSU so I swapped out with the PSU from rig Rosewill Kw and still got nothing I swapped back to the new PSU and it fired up right away as though nothing was wrong So I installed windows XP Home on it and started updating Literally a dozen resets later I had no issues but when I fully powered the rig down to move it to the other side of the game room I got the same thing Black screen no posting I performed a hard power down let it sit for a few seconds then powered it back up and it booted up fine It seems that whenever I power down fully it has a hard time posting booting up but whenever I reset the rig while it s on I get a post up right away I guess the question is this Do I have ANOTHER bad PSU and it s just good enough to once in a while provide the juice needed to boot Is this a sub - par PSU even though it provides ample power to the v rail Or do I have a bad mobo this would be the th in a row from Asus I ve had to RMA if so Any advice would be great thanks all nbsphttp://www.techspot.com/community/topics/reboot-reset-no-problem-power-down-power-up-problem.156684/
Thank you all in advance reset State Power every Processor of Maximum sleep/hib Option Serious for any help you can provide I am new to Serious Power Option reset of Maximum Processor State every sleep/hib this forum and I just do not know where else to turn or at least point me to the correct forums to post I just got my new Windows Home Edition Premium bit Lenovo T and I cannot enjoy it for the following reason Under power options I created a custom balanced profile and set my Processory Power Managment settings to - for Maximum processor state on battery and plugged in and - for Minimum processor state on battery and plugged in Everytime i put my computer to sleep hibernate restart shutdown etc the maximum processor state always resets to on on both plugged in battery This means I cannot enjoy my new PC at full processor state ever Is there a startup program that affects this I am running NVidia and Intel chips I have troublkeshooted every setting on both to still get the same result Is anyone aware of have any input onto this Thank you so much in advance I am really desparate Lenovo support has not experienced this problem prior when I called prioirty support Nick
Have you updated the BIOS on that machine to the latest version available (if it hasn't been already)? I remember issues with their thinkpad line last year where resume from sleep would cause the CPU to throttle itself and not come back from throttle, even under A/C power, until a cold power down and reboot (and thus the IBM tools would set OS values incorrectly at times). A BIOS update mid to late last year fixed this problem, so make sure your BIOS is the latest if you can, and it should be very recent too.http://www.sevenforums.com/performance-maintenance/211158-serious-power-option-reset-maximum-processor-state-every-sleep-hib.html
i5-3570k OC'ed 4.2GHz(tested stable on linpack)
XFX DD 7850 2GB
Corsair Vengeance 1600Mhz 9-9-9-24 2x4GB
seasonic x-660 gold
OS + Programs on Crucial M4 256GB SSD
Data on WD Green 2TB
Everything has been fine for the past year or so, but in the last month the computer started to randomly hang, won't get out of it till I hard reset/power off. No error messages whatsoever. Seems to be getting more and more frequent. Most likely not heat problem, CPU remains <50 celcius even at max loads. GPU <60 celcius. Most of the time it happens during low load periods(web surfing/video watching). All drivers are up-to-date AFAIK.
Any help would be greatly appreciated
i5-3570k OC'ed 4.2GHz(tested stable on linpack)
Likely your issue. Even if you've stability tested it for however long with whatever software, I recommend bringing the entire system to defaults for troubleshooting purposes.
Basically, I bought a new Thermaltake case and the front panel wires (5) are labeled power sw, reset sw, HDD led, power led +, and power led -. On many motherboards the connectors on the mobo are conveniently labeled to make attaching them a breeze. Unfortunately, this is not the case on the mobo that came with my Dell inspiron i purchased last year. It is labeled LEDH1 and has no hints in the Dell manual as to what is what. This is driving me crazy.
The mobo DPN is 088DT1 but I can't find its manual.
Here's a picture of closeups of my mobo connectors, and my case connection cables.
I need to run a hard reset on an Pavillion notebook as it won't start up at all/slowly. If I do this will it delete any saved files on the notebook as my daughter has all her exam work on it.Thx
A reset will delete all of the files on the notebook. It is not a hard reset. that is something different. Have you tried booting to the usb recovery media that you should have created by now?If you do that, you can use Windows system restore to resolve the issue. Do you see it below the Precautions heading in the image? Windows System refresh will also fix the issue without deleting any personal files.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Hard-Reset/td-p/5566689
Will hard reset result in loss of valuable data (data in hard disk)?
No. A hard reset will not caue data loss.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Hard-reset/td-p/5788091
Im locked out of my phone, and Ive tried to do all the steps for a hard reset and it doesnt work.
Tried - Volume down and power the phone keeps cycleing through the boot up with an (!) on the screen
Tried - Volume down, Volume up, power off, no change
How do I do a hard reset on my hp lap top
Hi: Here is a link with information for how to do a hard reset... http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01684768/http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/How-do-I-do-a-hard-reset-on-my-hp-lap-top/td-p/5743314
when using hardware buttons to perform hard reset it does'nt work. i cant reach recovery mode, the phone just powers on normally every time
If you can't figure out the hardware keys, you can reset the phone through settings > about > reset my phone.http://forums.windowscentral.com/ask-question/443752-why-cant-i-do-hard-reset.html
So about an hour ago my computer decided to crap out on my, when on reset my ASUS informed me that there was a power surge and was prevented. But now all I can do is access my OS via Safe Mode even if I choose to "Start Windows Normally". If I do it simply forces it into Safe Mode again. I'm at a complete loss if this is a software problem (I'm hoping so). Or if my motherboard or something else internally has been compromised or damaged when said surge happened.
Any thoughts on this or possible solutions?
Try unplugging the PC from the mains power for a minute or two. Also try loading defaults in BIOS.
Option 3 - Step 6 - Safe Mode
Hi! I've a great problem. I've activated HP Drive Encryption with no fingerprint access and my tablet dowsn't recognize my password. I can't login and I don't know how to enter in the BIOS. How can I do a hard reset?Thanks!
Hard reset documenthttp://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01684768/ You will need to contact HP directly for your issue. See the following web document for contact options.http://h20565.www2.hp.com/portal/site/hpsc/public/help/contactHP/home/http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-Notebooks/Hard-Reset-on-HP-Elite-X2/td-p/5540680
i want to hard reset my laptop bac to out of the box factory settings but everytime i try it with the f11 option it keeps asking for a disc to continue. laptop didnt come with a operating system disc. and if i try to fully reset it throught the options menu it doesnt do anything, all it does is say this will take a moment then that screen closes and nothing ever happens it takes me back to my desktop but never resets my computer.
Hello, Your PC came with Windows 8.1. The Win 10 upgrade killed the recovery partition. You need an HP Recovery disc set . The Grzyhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/i-can-not-hard-reset-my-laptop/td-p/5825375
Is there any way to disable a hard reset of a laptop (i.e. holding the power button down for five seconds)? Could one use C sharp or something like this to achieve this goal? Any help would be appreciated.
There's usually a setting in the BIOS to control this behavior. In XP and Vista you can adjust the settings for the Power button in the Control Panel...Power Options applet.http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/157338/disable-hard-reset/
Hi, I've been working on a computer that has had a lot of recent issues with its hard drive, and I'm getting tired of trying to fix it with the computer utilities. Could I have a link to instructions on how to completely reset my hard drive, erasing everything on it? The computer is a Dimension 8250 and doesn't have a warrantee any longer, nor does it have anything valuable on it, although I could easily transfer the few remaining files that I would like to keep onto another computer. I also have the XP boot disc, so I should be ready to do this. Thks.
If "reset" means delete everything...
You can just use the XP CD...to delete everything on any drive, before creating a new partition/formatting/installing XP.
Hello,I have recently smashed my screen so i am using a tv screen with a HDMI cable. I was doing a PowerPoint presentation and then it froze so I restarted my NoteBook but when I went to turn it back on the screen remained blank but it does turn on. I have tried hard reset on the notebook but I can't see it in the HDMI tv screen. And was wondering if there is a way to get everything back up and running again? Thank You.
Hello,Sorry just got everything sorted thanks.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/HDMI-Hard-Reset/td-p/5823200
If I make a hard reset to my phone, will be deleted also the content of the memory card?
If you initiate from the settings menu you will be asked whether or not to erase the SD card. If you initiate using the key combination from a phone that will not start, I don't know what the default behavior is. I suggest you remove the card before using the key combination just to be safe.http://forums.windowscentral.com/ask-question/438052-hard-reset-wm10.html
Initially I was facing a problem wherein the keys A,S,D,F and some other keys were not working. The mousepad was also not working fine. I searched the net and got a page that suggested hard reset. Hence, I did the followingStep 01. Turned OFF the NotebookStep 02. Un-plugged the Power/AC Adapter and also removed the BatteryStep 03. Pressed and Held the Power Button of the Notebook for a full minuteStep 04. Re-inserted the battery back in As soon as I re-inserted the battery, the following happenedPower button with LED indicator - is continuously onBattery charging LED indicator - is continuously onPower/standby LED indicator - is continuously onScreen is blank. Nothing is displayed on screen If I remove the battery the lights shut down. As soon as I put the battery the lights are on. Pressing the power button continuouslt doesn't help. Can someone please help in resolving the issue and starting my laptop.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Video-Display-and-Touch/does-not-start-after-hard-reset/td-p/5679394
I shut down my laptop today and went shopping. When I came home, it wouldn't turn on. This has happened a couple of times before and I've tried giving it a hard reset. I tried turning it on without the battery and just the power cord and nothing. The light where the power cord goes in is on when it is plugged in. I tried everything and still won't start. My warranty for this laptop is gone and don't know what else to try. Please help!
Hi @krakaholyknight, Thank you for your query. I am happy to lend a helping hand. To confirm that I have the correct product, yours is a HP Stream Notebook-11-d007na? I understand that your notebook was working when you shut it down. When you tried turning it on again it would not start. This has occurred a couple of times before and a hard reset resolved the issue. You tried removing the battery but that did not help. You do see a light on the power port when connected to AC power. Here is a link to HP Notebook PCs - Computer Does Not Start (Windows 10). Please let me know the outcome. If this has helped you to resolve the issue, please click on "Accept as Solution" on said post. To show that you 'like', or are thankful for my post, kindly click the ?Thumbs Up? below. If there is anything else I can do to help, please be sure to let me know!http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Won-t-start-Tried-hard-reset-and-everything/td-p/5760886
Hey guys I am frustrated I wanted to dual-boot Windows on my Windows Home Premium laptop and shrinked my Drive Hard Reset disk by about GB I went on to create a new volume as you can see in the screenshot below I actually re-installed Reset Hard Drive Windows and succesfully managed to do so but now when I boot the Windows installer I get to the quot select volume quot part and the only option I can choose is my Windows volume Windows II in the screenshot For every other volume all the options like formatting deleting and creating a new one are greyed out Trying to install on unallocated space also does not work Now I have almost given up I have got almost no space left on my active volume and can not increase it nor can I install a new operating system because it doesn't work any of the virtual volumes What I would like to do now is to either be able to extend my active volume or to reset the whole harddrive and to re-install Windows all over again Please help me sevenforums
Well, for starters your disk is dynamic - no good. If you want that many primary partitions, initialize it in GPT.http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/367494-reset-hard-drive.html
My -month-old laptop was running poorly so I backed up my data to an external drive and used the Settings menu to reset the computer to its original state including deleting all data files nbsp The reset hung up at for many minutes without change so I tried a hard reset per the instructions on hard to reset Unable the HP Support website nbsp I removed the battery held down the Power button for seconds to discharge the capacitors reinstalled the battery and hit the Power button nbsp I get a blinking cursor in the upper left hand corner for a few seconds then the HP logo appears for a few seconds then the screen goes dark nbsp This repeats endlessly nbsp No startup menu ever appears Ctrl-Alt-Del has no effect and repeating the hard reset instructions has no effect nbsp The startup seems to get caught in a never-ending loop nbsp I just want to reset the laptop to its original configuration Any suggestions nbsp nbsp
There are other ways you could run Reset/Recovery:http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c04758961http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Unable-to-hard-reset/td-p/5826966
Hi,I seem to have corrupt bios. I was setting up the system with Xubuntu 16.04 so I went into the bios settings to change it from "Legacy" to "UEFI with CMS" after I saved it and rebooted it went to a blank screen with the backlight on. Since then I've gone through the hard reset proceedures posted here using the external method with both of the bios versions posted. So far nothing has worked but it is accessing the usb drive and the screen backlight does come on and off but only in the early stages of the process. After that, nothing! I've tried holding the "win" key and "b" for several minutes so I'm fairly sure I'm not letting go too early. No flashing lights or beeps! So is this the right proceedure? Any suggestions?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Hard-reset-on-a-14-d004au/td-p/5714711
After spending after boot reset. only hard will PC many hours perusing various threads on numerous sites I find myself no PC will only boot after hard reset. further on troubleshooting the following boot problem The PC will not boot from cold but will work perfectly after a hard reset Apologies in advance for this massive post but it will prevent exploring places I have explored already I built the following system for my son for Christmas ABIT NF V mb AMD PC will only boot after hard reset. Sempron Boxed with fan single stick mb Kingston DDR Memory ATI Radeon mb video card Sony DVD drive Single Western Digital WD JD rpm SATA gb HDD Zoom G-Wireless USB mbs card TV XP global TV tuner card PCI LG S TFT monitor W PSU with V on the V rail Windows XP home On first assembly everything booted up and worked fine The following day on a cold boot the system hung before during POST No single normal beep and fans were turning and both HDD and DVD drive lights came on The reset button did not have any effect A couple of hard power-offs did the trick - system booted into windows fine Again the following day on a cold start the system hung but I had a couple of different POST codes at different times Two tone siren short beeps repeating longer beep about sec long but did not self shut down just continued with the beeping until I switched the power off reset had no effect On investigating various web sites threads I decided on replacing the PSU two tone beeps out of limit voltage detection and on looking on ABIT TEQ the V rail was a bit unstable about - I also increased AGP and Vcore voltages by small amounts as recommended on the Abit Forum threads but no improvement I replaced the PSU with a Jeantech W unit Bet you can guess though New PSU did not help I have since done three clean installs of windows and formatted the HDD to try to eliminate virus driver snags Incidentally on the windows install the soft reboots initiated by windows setup resulted in single repeated beeps and system hangs Hard power off and reboot again enabled a normal boot back into windows Other threads suggest that the single repeating beep is not a terminal main board problem and I suspected the CMOS battery not enough juice to store the configuration hence the hanging on cold boot but changing it has not helped either I have also swapped RAM and graphics card ATI radeon XT from my other PC to eliminate those components as suspect Also tried running the RAM as rather than - Symptoms remained each time I then noticed that the DVD rom was not always recognised in the BIOS and so suspected an IDE channel failure After discussion with tech support people at ABIT I then RMAed the motherboard and replaced it for an ASUS K V X SE Since fitting the ASUS board the only remaining problem is that the PC will still not boot first time from cold You have to do a hard reset and then it boots fine and runs very well into windows I have now been investigating threads about the WD JD hard drive and its compatibility with the VT R chipset I have jumpered the HDD to lock at mb s Have also swapped in a different DVD drive but no change I am left with thinking that this is a BIOS setting issue or a SATA IDE conflict or BOOT issue I have tried play with boot order and the RAID screen but there appears to be nothing to change there I have also flashed the BIOS to from the ASUS web site I have checked for motherboard shorts seems clear I am also thinking of getting an EIDE HDD just to see if this is the problem but can t see why SATA shouldn t run with IDE on the same board So far I have Changed PSU twice Changed the mainboard Swapped in RAM Swapped in Graphics Card Changed GPU fan supply source Changed CMOS battery Changed voltages in the bios at the advice of the tech support man in UK Run various software based hardware checks eg PC Check and memtest which have all passed Sorry bout the war and peace but having read many threads it seems to pay to be thorough I really am starting struggle... Read more
Wow, sounds like you've essentially swapped in a brand new computer.
You didn't put jumpers on the hard drive, did you? I've heard of that messing up SATA drives. Poke around the BIOS and mess with the drive settings, including raid configs that might not exist. it definately sounds like a BIOS problem related to your hard drive.
That does seem like a royal pain though.