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Why would the system power on when the power switch in the back is flipped but does not boot until the front power button is pushed?
The schottkey diode.
the power buton is just left of where the power cord plugs into the computer
The power button is a form of overdrive. It drops the transmission one gear down. Handy for passing or entering the freeway when you need a little more power and acceleration.…
Real power is power that is used to do work. This is the power a light bulb uses to glow. Reactive power is power that is stored in one part of the AC voltage wave, and releas…ed in another. This causes the power to appear as a phase shift, and is generally caused by inductive or capactive loads. With regard to the power system, you can also get reactive power flowing due to unequal source voltages. Under these conditions, the apparent impedance of one source to the other will appear reactive/inductive, resulting in reactive power flow.
It switches from a fuel conserving mode to a more powerful mode. Basically it changes the shift time so when you gun it, it will only hit about 3-4000 rpm's then shift, …compared to power mode where it will nearly redline giving you increased acceleration and power.
It is either behind the screen on the left (or when looking from behind the right) or on the keyboard.
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The button when pushed changes the revolutions at which the transmission shifts. It will shift at higher RPMs when the button in engaged. Normally used when pulling a load.
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It is to open the power-switch at zero current to minimize the looses during switching.
On a desktop (more widely known as PC) computer if it's still on: If you press the button for about or less than 1 second and then let it go, then it shuts down gently. But w…hen you HOLD it for about 5 seconds, sometimes a bit more or less, then it forces the computer to shutdown straight away and you'll get a black screen, that's all. But note that this is not recommended as it's dangerous to do that unless your computer's not working, ex: freezing etc. On a laptop when it's still on: It depends on the settings, and different computers. You know, you can change the settings. Most of the times the default functions are making the computer 'sleep' or 'hibernate', sorry, just (88.90% sure about this part). When you HOLD it for a few seconds, or until it gives you the black screen, the same thing happens as to the desktop - force shutdown. Hope I helped.
your locked out of you monitor so hold on it down for 10 seconds
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Not necessarily, it depends how it was wired, and IT IS VERY DANGEROUS to assume that any particular wall switch was wired to kill the power to whatever it controls. (Such as …a light fixture or a socket outlet.) The only safe way to kill the power supply in your home before you do any work on anything like a light fixture, a socket outlet, a kitchen range - or anything else! - is to switch off the big "main switch" on your home's breaker panel. As always, if you are in doubt about what to do, the best advice anyone should give you is to call a licensed electrician to advise what work is needed. Before you do any work yourself, on electrical circuits, equipment or appliances, always use a test meter to ensure the circuit is, in fact, de-energized. IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY SURE YOU CAN DO THIS JOB SAFELY AND COMPETENTLY REFER THIS WORK TO QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS.