Do it the undocumented way - soft reset, open machine, hold down both shift keys and press "esc" while holding the shift keys.

One old fashioned hard reset - much more likely to work!


Adrian wrote:
> The hard reset certainly seems less than reliable. A couple of times
> recently I've allowed my revo battery to go flat. In both cases, i've
> had to
> do multiple hard resets before I could get a squeek out of it....If at
> first
> you don't succeed, try, try, try, try, try,try,try, try again !
>
> Adrian
> "Terry Pinnell" wrote in message
> news:bq3k6vgujkb2m361tu6bjb4vebesjbsd26@4ax.com...
> > "R R." wrote:
> >
> > >Don't give up on it. Are you sure you preformed a true "hard" reset

> ? Try
> a
> > >few more times. Next time an app misbehaves or freezes (won't close

> ).
> Just
> > >bring up the task list (running programs) in the system view... hig

> hlight
> > >the offending app, press shift+ctrl+e to "kill" it.

> >
> > Thanks Richard, wish I'd known that tip earlier! But there's good ne

> ws
> > - after yet another hard reset, I held the On key down for a few
> > seconds, and it sprang to life. Luckily I'd backed up regularly, so
> > after a quick Restore, I'm back in business.
> >
> > --
> > Terry, West Sussex, UK
> >

>
>

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