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i would say the system has crashed i would take it to your local computer shop and ask them to check it out

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Panasonic CF30... | Answered on Apr 17, 2015

hit the numbers lock key

Panasonic CF30... | Answered on Feb 03, 2011


Make sure that Number Lock is not turned on. (You can tell if Number Lock is turned on by looking for the LED indicator light shaped like a padlock with a number 1 in it.) If this light is on, press the NumLk key to turn off Number Lock.

That should resolve your problem.


Panasonic CF30... | Answered on Oct 20, 2010

If the hard drive has been formatted it will not boot unless you install an operating system. If you had wanted to format and leave the disk able to boot the correct command is Format "Disk Letter":/S

Panasonic CF30... | Answered on Sep 27, 2010

Uninstall the SP2, or just mouse over the START menue and right click then chose properties then costumize then find the power surge then thick ALways hide...i beleive there is un update for this but you will need to llok for it as it is bug in windows.

Panasonic CF30... | Answered on Apr 29, 2010

There are lots of factors why your systems hangs when booting. One is, you have low memory running with bigger files content. Second, you have enough disk for the system more than is required. Third, a system virus which will affect the processing of your command. Fourth you have a low processor.
When it happens, free some files that will cause the slow processing. If because you have a low processor and outdated one, and you have low memory card, you have to replace the two with a higher and updated hardwares.

Panasonic CF30... | Answered on Feb 04, 2010

sounds like the software driver for the built in sound needs to be installed. Go to panasonics web site and see if they have any software for download.

Panasonic CF30... | Answered on Aug 14, 2009

If memory serves, there are four screws that are removed, that hold the keyboard header on. (The strip of plastic under the LCD screen)

Can't recall at the moment, if there are rubber caps, (Covers), over the screw heads. If so, you just ease up one edge of these, with a small flat tip Jewelers screwdriver.

They are held in place by a glue, that's akin to rubber cement. They should stick right back on, if you keep the glue side clean.

(In otherwords, watch how you set them down, in a safe place. Non-glue side up. Good luck trying to keep the little beggars off of your fingertips, or the screwdriver tip. The glue works real well! lol!)

They made a few variations of the keyboard used.
It may have double-sided sticky tape, or it may have flat lock pegs.

For the version with the stick tape, cut it. You peel the rest of the tape off, after you have the keyboard removed. Then apply new double-sided sticky tape, when installing the new keyboard.

For the version with the lock pegs:
Slide the keyboard forward as much as you can. There are four lock pegs, that help secure it in place.
(Flat tabs of plastic. Two on each side of the keyboard)

Now lift up on the end of the keyboard that is nearest to the LCD screen. Don't go crazy, as there is a cable you have to disconnect!

Panasonic CF30... | Answered on Apr 20, 2009

There is a function key combination that turns on the back light, I believe it is Fn+F12. Hod down the FN key and press F12. The first press turns the backlight on full brightness and succesive presses dim it until it is turned off.

I'm sorry but I don't have my CF-30 in fromt of me at this time, it could be Fn+F10. There is a blue symbol on the correct key and I believe it looks like a light bulb.

If this doesn't work, you may need to have a hotkey driver installed.

Panasonic CF30... | Answered on Apr 19, 2009

Try logging on using last known good configuration.
As you boot up, tap the F8 key repeatedly, then choose this option from the menu.
If you do get on, you may want to restore your system to a date before the corruption occurred by using system restore.

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread. If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take a moment to kindly rate this post....thanks!

Panasonic CF30... | Answered on Apr 06, 2009


identification code of my lost panasonic cq-vx100n!! How to?

Je ne comprends pas ce que vous demandez. Essayez d'utiliser Google translate pour exprimer vos questions en anglais, s'il vous pla?t.

I can't understand what you are asking. Try using Google translate to express questions in English, please.

Panasonic... | Answered on Jan 18, 2020

Hi Jessie-
I found this link to the Panasonic DVD Home Theater Sound System SC-HT995/SC-HT995W. The Panasonic wireless system SE-FX61 works with the HT995W only. On pages 9-11 of the manual, it shows how to connect your surround speakers to the wireless SF-X61 unit in order for it to work. The SF-X61 unit sits between the rear R and L surround speakers (as illustrated on page 9 of the manual).

Hope this helps.

Panasonic... | Answered on Jan 09, 2020

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