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    Soundwave
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    Manual off for T100

    Is there a button anywhere on here that will turn it off besides the main power button?

    Im am attempting to dual boot Windows 10 and Android x86 but I have to shrink down the existing NTFS partition. Then I have to create a new partition and format it with the ext3 filesystem all using gparted.

    My problem is I have begun to boot the gparted live image but my external disc drive has stopped and its stick in the middle of its boot process saying it failed to boot. The power button doesn't work so I am forced to leave it running and let the battery die on it.

    I would normally do a battery pull but the battery is nonremovable on this.

    I have tried to hold down the power button, hold power and vol up, hold all buttons down, ctrl alt del, nothing works.

    EDIT: I left the tablet off the charger and let it die. Plugged it back in and I am going to attempt this again.
    Last edited by mrnapolean1; 02-16-2016 at 05:07 PM. Reason: Added more info

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    Welcome to the forum

    There is no other mechanical way to turn off your device than the power button. To be honest, why would there be

    (Moved to Alternate OS)

    PLEASE Search for existing threads before posting a new one. Thanks.

    Your opinion matters. But should you disagree - please try not to be disagreeable

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    If your power button doesn't work your options are to return it to the retailer for replacement if you can, or start the RMA process with Asus or look up a teardown on the T100 -- check Ifixit.com or Youtube -- and do it yourself... (adjust the power button)

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    Soundwave
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swipe View Post
    If your power button doesn't work your options are to return it to the retailer for replacement if you can, or start the RMA process with Asus or look up a teardown on the T100 -- check Ifixit.com or Youtube -- and do it yourself... (adjust the power button)
    Power button works but for some reason it didn't want to then.....
    Im still trying to get android x86 to run on this since DuOS screwed me over.

 

 

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