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    Eee Pad Transformer TF101 - Common Reasons to reset your Eee PC

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      • Eee PC locks up or general system halts 
      • Webcam is not responding or functioning properly 
      • Wireless is not operating properly 

      How to reset the unit with the Reset Hole:
      Step 1: Make sure your Eee PC is powered off.
      Step 2: Remove the AC Power adapter (if connected).
      Step 3: Flip the unit over and remove the battery. 


      (Ensure that the battery and AC Power Adapter have been removed successfully) Step 4: Locate the Reset Hole on the bottom of the Eee PC; press down into the reset hole for approximately 10 seconds (A small paperclip or other fine pointed device should fit in the reset hole). After the 10 seconds are up, reconnect the battery and AC Power Adapter (if necessary) and turn on your Eee PC


      How to reset the unit without the Rest Hole
      Step 1: Repeat steps 1-2 of resetting the unit with the hole.
      Step 2: Press and hold your power button for 15 - 25 seconds. Release the power button. Put the battery back in place and try to start.
       


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