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    Soundwave
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    Angry Dead T100?

    Hi! At first sorry for my bad english. I hope some ine could give me some advice what can i do with my T100. I know that i can send it to service but then i will lose all my private stuff. What's my problem:

    My T100 don't want to start:
    a) when the charger is pluged, white light is shines
    b) pushing POWER button do nothing (whit charger or without)
    c) i tried some combinations of buttons (VOLUME + POWER, WINDOWS + POWER - 10, 20, 30 seconds etc.
    d) when i take off back case i can see that cable to battery is plugged well
    e) i also disconnect battery to be sure, then i plugged charger (orange light blinks, when i plugged also battery white light came up).

    Anybody have some ideas what can i try?

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    rscheller
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    Try this... connect your tablet to the keyboard... press ctrl+alt+del

    If you don't almost immediately see another screen, your T100 is truly turned off. Hold the power button down for about 5-6 seconds till the white LED to the right of the camera comes on then immediately release the power button. In a few seconds you should see the ASUS startup screen with the spinning dots and in 4-5 seconds your Windows lock screen will show up.

    If this doesn't happen, your T100 is actually powered on but in an unusable state...

    again hold ctrl+alt+del
    You'll see another screen, touch the Power icon located in the lower right corner.
    When the pop up with Sleep, Shut down, Restart appears, press the SHIFT key and select "Restart".
    On the next screen, select Continue.

    Your T100 should boot into Windows.

    Please note, I used the following page and applied its steps to your issue. How To: Shut Down a Laptop with Windows 8 - TOSHIBA FORUMS

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    Soundwave
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    Thanks for your reply Rscheller but when i'm pressing power button nothing happens. No matter if it's 5,10,20,30 or 60 seconds. White led of power button shows only when charger is plugged. White led of camera didn't shows. Ctrl+Alt+Del did nothing.

    Any other ideas?

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    rscheller
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    Based on your great description of everything you've already done/seen in your original post, my suggestion was a long shot.

    Do you have anything plugged in to your T100 such as microSD card or USB flash card or others? I'm guessing you've removed those if you do.

    Beyond that I have no other ideas. Sorry unless anyone else has ideas, I think you'll need to send it in for repair.
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