iLive-T112 White Screen on Boot issue

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  • #82693
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    RevTim
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    We are having the “white screen” issue when trying to turn on power to the iLive. I see that we should try replacing the cmos battery.

    QUESTION: How do we access/find the battery?

    Thanks!

    #82698
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    RevTim
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    Located and replaced the battery. Still boots to white screen. Ideas?

    #82721
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    ceki
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    the same as what I experienced … I think there is a problem with the SBC board where it doesn’t boot, have I tried restarting the SBC board touchscreen?

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    #82734
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    RevTim
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    How do I reboot the screen if it is all white? I can’t see where to touch.

    #82761
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    Lieven-Dewispelaere
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    When you have the white screen you have to first replace the backup battery on the mainboard who is located under the touchscreen.
    unfortunately this is soldered to the mainboard. I removed it and soldered two leads with a battery holder for future easy replacement. i think it is a CR2032 but it is indicated on the old battery.
    Then you have to connect a keyboard and monitor screen to the usb/vga-output.
    When you power on the surface you have to enter the BIOS for the mainboard ( press F2 or F10 or something: it is indicated on the startupscreen)
    go into the video screen settings and change the resolution to 800*640 (SVGA?) save and restart. touchscreen should be working normal.
    Lieven

    #101018
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    Tibor
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    Same problem here…

    Questions:
    When i enter the bios set.up it requires a password, what is the default password to enter bios set.up

    #104770
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    Mitchell
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    If you remove the CMOS battery (which requires at least de-soldering it, but might be easier to just cut or repeatedly bend the leads to break them), I suspect the need for a password will be cleared so you won’t need it.

    #107466
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    Zareq
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    I have changed the cmos battery and i did try to plug in keyboard and monitor,it does not detect the two of the device but the motherboard is just working fine so what is the problem?

    #107842
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    Loertsch
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    Try digital or Digital

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