Discussion in 'Asus' started by SAM 2013, May 2, 2014.
Let us know which part was replaced.
Why Asus repair centers are not stocking these parts by now is beyond me. It doesn't sound like Asus is treating this as a system wide problem yet.
What they tell you and what is actually happening might not have they highest of correlation coefficients.
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So, I bought two while I was in Atlanta at the SEC Tournament because the Microsoft Store had 64GB ones, and I'm guessing this was the first batch to come in back in March.
One of mine works fine, but the other one won't even turn on anymore? The power LED lights up when it is charging, but if I press it in, nothing happens. If I press it in and hold for a few seconds, the power LED will flicker 3 times, but still nothing. Is this a problem any of you have read about?
Might be stuck in stand by. Try holding power for 10 seconds or so.
I was having problems like this with my original M80TA. It would freeze in hibernation. I had to hold the power button down for 10 or 15 seconds to force a reboot. If you don't get a boot screen, its not completely recycled. Let us know if it works out.
Unfortunately, it still is not working. When I press the power button for about 3 seconds, the LED will flicker ~ 3 times. When I press the power button for about 10-15 seconds, the power LED does blink orange and white, but it still never does anything. Boo.
I am wondering if when battery runs out of juice maybe it will work.
I got this reply from Asus tech support, but I can't get it to work. I'm assuming the "Home" button is the "Windows" button:
Thank you for contacting ASUS Customer Service.
My name is Ellie and it is my pleasure to help you with your problem.
For the problem, please follow the steps below to solve the problem.
1. Press Power Button, when white LED blink, release power button.
2. Press Power Button + Home Key to enter WinRE mode.
4. Select which recovery mode you want.
can I ask please how do you made a file a problem with Asus?, its been a while since the fiasco with my Padfone 2 however, Im tempted by the note 8 for a portable sketchpad.
You register your device and then click on my support. Make a support request and they will email you. They give you an RMA link to follow if you are still having an issue.
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