Disconnected battery for few minutes and once I put it back together, the tablet booted up with no issues. The numerical code in the error name contains data that can be deciphered by the manufacturer of the component or application that malfunctioned. After another 10 mins I attempted to it turn, it came on, battery meter was at 1%. I just know that it is a way of getting an Asus tablet to turn on, when it seems to be locked up. Finally I resigned myself to the possibility I would have to send it in for service. Not sure how many will learn that for servers we deploy on server capable machines. I have had this problem three or four times with mine.
Denial I am not seeing a red battery. So solution is restart using Power down for 15 seconds, or combination Power and Windows button. Yes they do in a pinch but you are learning first hand why we don't do this. This never happened to me before when I had Windows 8. The connector will lift without much effort. This even happens when I charge the laptop for a long time. Not sure if that did it but thought I would throw it out there in case it fixes yours.
Android The first thing to do is put a load for about 15 minutes our device as it can be for any reason is no longer fully discharge the battery and therefore when clicking on the button, the terminal does not show any response. You may feel like you've already tried to push it down for a long time and have lost all hope, but after a little forever mine switches on perfectly fine. Then plugged it back in and replaced the cover. I pushed the power button rapidly, repeatedly 100 times and to my luck it powered on perfectly; and continues to do so. I leave it for a while, go and do something else then reconnect.
A clean start is the best long term solution. As a last resort, I tried rapidly pressing the power button. Three lights in the front are green when it is plugged in, one is a lightbulb, another is a battery, and the last looks like a circular trash can. Before he was able to answer, the tablet managed to boot up and display the lock screen. Leave it that way until it turns green then try turning it on again. None of the button pressing combinations did anything. I don't believe the Zenbook was meant for intensive and sustained compute-intensive video graphics.
Yesterday he went to charge and all it showed was the battery icon with red. Try this, plug it in for a little while, then unplug, hold vol down and power — it should boot into fastboot mode. Plugged plugged battery back in and put back cover back on. There is a Rescue Squad guide on this subject which I will link to below What I would do is this. The start button blinks white. I realize I am still in a learning curve, but things happen for which I have so little understanding and am a total loss of what to do. Tonight it didnt want to turn on but I plugged the charger in and got the Google emblem, the coloured balls began moving around.
I have tried every option on this thread except for trying to remove the battery. A variant on switching of and on again. Hard-Reset Methods As mentioned earlier, any such method erases all data contacts, photos, music, passwords, etc. The system is still the same since the first model and just press the top button, which turns off and on the screen, next to Hombe button for a few seconds and see how it goes and appears the mazana feature on the screen. The battery could possibly need to be charged or changed all together.
Batteries can temporarily die if they are flattened so much that they cannot accept a charge see 2 4. I contacted customer care, searched online and tired several methods including removing the battery and reconnecting but nothing worked. I couldn't force it to reboot either by pressing the power and home buttons. That's, what I'm gathering you mean! Opening the device and disconnnecting the battery connector for a few seconds then reconnecting it usually cures the problem. Then to be reset, by plugging into the wall power and wait for a while. While I was using it fully charged the screen went black and was non responsive.
All right so you tried removing the battery and the power supply and held down the power button 30 seconds. Pulled off the back cover with sharp fingernails 2. I get that from Windows 7 users who have been using it for a year. My battery went dead flat and would not receive charge. Its only slightly used,never dropped ,much loved and always in a case. Legend, i was about to bin it then i thought what the! I seem to have a problem with my 2012 nexus 7 I recharged it yesterday after the battery went flat.