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Re: Hard reset / reboot fails

Posted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 12:01 pm
by Christopher Follett
The RESET Button is on the top next to Power Button.

Re: Hard reset / reboot fails

Posted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 1:05 pm
by Raziel
Christopher Follett wrote:The RESET Button is on the top next to Power Button.
Not on my X, Chris

The reset button is a recessed small black button on the front of the tower case behind the door, right next to the upper front fan bay door

Re: Hard reset / reboot fails

Posted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 11:47 pm
by vox
Christopher Follett wrote:The RESET Button is on the top next to Power Button.
Wah, strange thing I havent noticed it earlier (and used it)

Works under AmigaOS

Works under Linux.

So I ll use the hardware based solution, but software one should be fixed too.

Re: Hard reset / reboot fails

Posted: Tue Nov 05, 2013 7:19 pm
by Christopher Follett
Raziel wrote:
Christopher Follett wrote:The RESET Button is on the top next to Power Button.
Not on my X, Chris

The reset button is a recessed small black button on the front of the tower case behind the door, right next to the upper front fan bay door
Yep, thats the old case.

Re: Hard reset / reboot fails

Posted: Wed Nov 06, 2013 3:04 am
by mbrantley
I am pretty sure the new X1000 case is customized from the Fractal Design R4, and that's a very nice case. My X1000 is built into the earlier R3 case, also nice but I like that the R4 is a bit wider. It looks good and also provides easier cable management behind the motherboard. I recently rebuilt one of my newer PCs into an R4 case. Easier access to the reset button is cool too, as mentioned.

Here's a photo from Trevor's blog showing Solie's new R4 case with the side open, so you can see the extra room. Also more USB holes on the top... http://blog.a-eon.biz/blog/wp-content/u ... Solie1.jpg

And this one shows a black X1000 in the R3 case and a white X1000 in an R4 case.... http://blog.a-eon.biz/blog/wp-content/u ... ble_sm.jpg

Sorry to stray a bit off topic.... but this at least illustrates where the reset button moved. :)