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Hibernation I was typing and all of a sudden my computer went into hibernation and I cannot turn it back on. How do I restart my travel/mate C110

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Hibernation I was typing and all of a sudden my computer went into hibernation and I cannot turn it back on. How do I restart my travel/mate C110


Remove the battery and unplug the laptop. Hold the power button down for 10 seconds. Plug it back in, pop in the battery, turn it back on.  Let me know if that works.
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How can I break at bios password on a travelmate c110


Be VERY VERY wary if your bios suddenly asks for a password without you setting one. A blue screen which is then followed by the bios asking for a password could very well be the result of an attempt (successful or not) by malicious software to embed itself in your bios. This specialised attack is un-dettectable by anti-virus programs because it resides on the motherboards BIOS E_PROM and survives even if the hard-drive is replaced and a clean OS is loaded. This sort of attack isn't from people interested in using your computer as a mere spam-bot, it's far, far, far more serious than that. I'll say no more!I know this is an old thread but people with the same problem in future will see this while searching for similar problems.
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My tablet, upon restarting, seems to have returned to the default sign on screen?


Your tablet was reset to manufacturer default settings, most likely you pressed somehow the reset button.
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How to break bios password


Else, download OPHcrack live CD. Cut the ISO in a CD. Make a bootrun with the liveCD, and follow the instructions (choose graphical interface). Your unknown passwords (whatever is set by all users including admin) will be traced and visible within minutes.
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You may have. Virus on it
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Have you tried doing a system recovery using the "hot" keys for the machine. Contact ASUS support for the instructions.
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FixYa solutions for every thing Resent problems with my Gateway CX200X Tablet PC made me believe it was infected beyond a virus scan repair. It would NOT let me Virus scan, quick restore to a previous date, go to safe mode it would divert to set up screen and it would not read restore disc. I took out the internal battery and exterior battery over night and the next day quick restored to a month earlier then full scanned twice with Microsoft Essentials, cleaned the disc and defragged. It still would divert to setup screen instead of safe mode. MSN Messenger would repeatedly return to startup list after running msconfig, even though I removed it from the computer. The last straw was when after many adjustments to Power options, the screen would turn off not the hard drive or go into standby. Nor, would the screen come back on. I manually induced standby using the FN and F3 buttons. It worked, for about a half hour when the computer started on it's own. After saving what I needed off the hard drive to a Flash Stick, I full restored using the 2 discs except just before it was done (about 93%) it would turn off the laptop. Restart would show blue screen showing, NTLDR is missing. I removed the receiver for wireless mouse and... Restored again, and c000021a (fatal system error). Restored again, "windows could not start the following is missing or corrupt: windows root>\system32\ntsoskrnl.exe" Restored again, windows could not start the following is missing or corrupt: windows root>\system32\HAL,DLL. Restored again, windows could not start the following is missing or corrupt: windows root>\system32\RMCast.sys Is the corruption on the hard drive or in deeper? Would replacing the HDD be the cure?


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