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HC2 does not restart automatically after a power outage.


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Same here 4.100.

Have tried again and it works fine.

Question - when you disconnect and connect the power is your system comes up automatically?

 

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I am using 4.100

My HC2 will only restart after a power failure when I press the on/off button on the back of the unit.
Does anyone have an idea what could be wrong?

Unfortunately, the attempted function recovery changed nothing.

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I have been facing the same issues with my two controllers ( HC2) For about 3 months. Updating firmware doesnt fix these issues. 

 

The only solution i can tell is that , there is a VGA output in HC2. Connect VGA cable from HC2 to led or lcd and also connect usb keyboard and mouse .

 

Go to the Bios Setup , you will check there is a option of POWER . Change it.  For reference check that link of video. I have tested it but problem is still there.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAgwiD1FR2w

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I had exact the same symptoms as Marbe described, and I've solved it. I saw on this forum a hint about the CMos battery, so I checked the voltage.

It was 2,8 Volts, and the CR2032 should have 3 Volts, so I assumed that it was "empty". I replaced it with a new one, measured voltage 3,3 Volts.

Bios settings were not affected when I replaced the battery. Now the HC2 boots when I remove the power and plug it in again. I had this issue for months, and now I'm a happy person. I live in an area where we have several power outages for hours and that happens a few times per year, and my UPS will not hold that long. I hope, by sharing this, that many of you can solve this now finally. 

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