During refresh, your laptop will restart several times. I'm hopeing that will fix it and I wont need to get the bios replaced. I found thermal pads at www. Love and hugs if you can help. I still have the blank screen and the caps lock and numbers lock lights are still blinking. I tried to boot from the Recovery Disks but the result is the same.
If I close and open the screen real fast the images of my desktop reappear but without a backlight. But what is the maximum I can achieve with this laptop e. Be as specific as possible. If you have created a password reset disk in advanced, now it's time to use it. Be careful, there are two cables running from the keyboard cover to the motherboard. It currently only reacts to two buttons: Escape and F2 the startup check.
Also check your internet connection to ensure it is active. The vertical lines on the screen have me baffled as to what the problem is. In that folder are 1 or more. I must of takin everything apart about 12 times and tried different things and everytime i used your step by step directions a little less each time. After doing all the above, press and hold the power button for at least 15 seconds to drain all residual power and restore default startup settings. If you can, you might want to attempt a system restore to before this issue started. You need a new hard drive and install fresh windows operating system.
I will appreciate any ideas about fixing this. This is just a guess. Or that I should think into another direction. It was at the 90 degree turn at around the middle of the length of the cable. Problem is when i working with the laptop its automatically restart and after a 15 sec its again restart. Remove the wireless card same way you removed memory modules.
Make sure the external video work properly and has no lines. It powers on fine, the sound works, however the keyboard and mouse dont seem to be working. The computer immediately begins restoring the system to the original operating condition; restart once the process is completed. I moved the video cable left and right, up and down in every direction and saw no lines. Do you think I should replace the thermal pads on the heat sink assembly? I mean in this configuration.
When you assemble it back together, you place the cable back in the connector and push it in. I can not find anything anywhere that is similar to what it is doing. If the problem still there, most likely this is motherboard failure. Also, remove four screws two from each side and transfer hard drive mounting brackets. Remove the hard drive assembly and disconnect the hard drive cable from the motherboard.
In order to unlock the connector, lift up the brown piece so it opens up at a 90 degree angle. Hi you could try to hit the delete key when starting up the computer i think in there somewhere is an option to check disk to see if there is errors on it as i think it sounds like thats the problem hopefully you have already saved any photos or files on cd??? Something similar Hell Angel wrote in post nr. Is it possible to only replace the fan or will I need to buy the entire heatsink? One of them could be bad. The shift between the two images are on horizontal pixels so it looks kind of like its trying to show two images at once with horizontal stripes through it. I purchased a brand new assembly and it came with thermal grease and thermal pads pre-applied. Try replacing the video cable. Maybe you accidentally bent one of the pins while connecting the video cable.
Tried safe mode and windows said it has recovered from an error. If yes, I think the serial message appears because your new motherboard has no serial number stored. This requires removal of 4 screws and then prying the plastic apart. The external video worked fine and had no lines. Maybe the cable is not plugged correctly. A few days ago my computer turned on, and froze on the black screen.