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if you think this is what happend then yes somthing may of come lose inside.
to check if its the hdd try doing a restore it might be somthing missing when it trys to bootup.,if the hdd had shut down you would not get it to were it is now,
this is the cheapest replacement part i could find Digitizer for Asus TF101 Eee Pad Transformer Front Glass Touch Screen...
replacing it yourself is not extremely difficult but it's not a walk in the park. however, having it repaired by someone else is probably not very cost effective since theyll probably charge upwards of 100. you decide, though. i hope i was helpful and good luck!
put one of the pics on your desktop, and click once on it, so that it is highlighted.
Then right-click on it and choose 'open with' and your nikon software that came on the cd should be installed, so pick that if you can see it. You could also use tiff viewer, internet explorer, paint or other programs depending on which version of windows you have.
Sometimes depending on the version of BIOS there is a thermal shut down feature,If the CPU gets to hot it will shut the entire system down.What you can do is replace the CPU fan and apply more grease in between the heat sink and the CPU chip.If this does not solve your problem then you may have damaged the CPU.the best way to fix this is to replace the motherboard and CPU.Try replacing the fan first because if your computer has the thermal shut down feature then chances are that it protected the motherboard and CPU from any damage.Try the simple things first! GOOD LUCK.
You'll have to remove the mother board to fix this. Basically, remove the keyboard & touchpad. You will see the mother board at that time. Remove whatever else is necessary to get down to the mother board. Hint! Keep track of what screw comes out of what hole. You'll need to know that for reassembly. Ron-