Re: NTLK eMate Problems

From: ben_d (
Date: Tue Nov 30 1999 - 22:11:37 EST

I think you can fix this by connecting the power adapter then pressing
the reset button with the adapter in. As I recall the battery gets down
so low that it can't load the system, and if it stays discharged for a
while, weird things start to happen.

>I just purchased an eMate with a problem. The machine does not respond to
>the power key, but does respond to the reset key. I get a chime, the
>sign-on screen, a password-keyboard screen showing the previous owner's
>name, and then the unit resets itself and does everything over again. It
>does not respond to keyboard input or quick taps to the screen during the
>"on" cycle. It repeates the cycle by itself 5-8 times and then powers off
>by itself. I cannot interrupt this cycle by pressing the power key.

Ben Doughney

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