[Arm-netbook] Fwd: Re-installing CT-PC89E original firmware ...
madallig at gmail.com
Mon Mar 8 13:35:02 GMT 2010
What's this about ... wating for my message to be approved?? on
arm-netbook at lists.phcomp.co.uk ?? I thought this is all meant to be open!!
> On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 12:13 PM, Adam Gill <madallig at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have tried to re-install the CT-PC89E original firmware by putting the
>> files onto a FAT formatted 2GB SD card (brand new) and inserting it into the
>> SD card slot and then power on while pressing down the L/R of mouse ...
> it has to be power-on + left button + right button all three PRESS
> AND HOLD for at least five, maybe six seconds.
> i _did_ have to find a 128mb SD card: that worked. as did a 256mb.
> i _thiiink_ a 2gb on also worked but i'm now using it in another
1.Absolutely nothing happens ... I wait 10 seconds .... can only get 2GB
sd card now in HK ...
2. No power up
3. If i keep pressing the power button many times i will get the screen
to light up and the power button to stay on (even when the ac supply is
not plugged in) -- then its bright with all sorts of patterns
>> Absolutly nothing happens
> what do you mean "absolutely nothing happens"? do you mean
> "absolutely nothing" as in _really_ absolutely nothing? as in, "the
> machine absolutely does absolutely nothing" as in "pressing those
> three buttons, it does not power up, it does not boot up, no lights
> flash, nothing appears on-screen, no sounds made, no clicks made,
> absolutely no response whatsoever of any kind in any way shape or
> form" as in _absolutely_ nothing happens?
> or do you mean "absolutely nothing _different_ (from what i do when i
> do _not_ press and hold the three buttons) happens" ? as in
> "press-and-hold of those buttons, it boots up 'normally'", or "other"
>> ...which makes me think that the little switch on
>> the PCBA is in the wrong postion?
> no it's not: if that switch is in the other position, the machine
> will entirely fail to boot, period. tried it.
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