My computer does not start up looks like in satnd by mode
Most All-in-One Personal Computers (PCs) are based on internal laptop/notebook component technology.
The first item to test is the Alternating Current (AC)/ Direct Current (DC) Power Adapter to see if there is:
damage or a fault in the cabling;
damage or a fault in the transformer box;
a fault, damage or a loose connection in the AC/DC Adapter Jack point via which the AC/DC Adapter plugs into the PC.
If no AC/DC Adapter-related fault is evident or any such fault is definitively resolved (such as by testing a definitively functional replacement AC/DC Adapter), then his sounds like either a Loose AC/DC Power Jack detached from or short-circuiting its Motherboard Solder Points, a Power Management problem on the Power Management Tracks, Electrolytic Capacitors or Power Management Contoller Integrated Circuit (IC)/Chip on the Motherboard or a Graphics Chip or Graphics Card damaged surface or Motherboard Solder Point Contact fault.
Any of the 3 internal faults described above would require specialist internal diagnostics, repair and testing by a technician with specialist laptop repair experience and specialist Infra Red Workstation, BGA Reballing StationMicro-Soldering, Oscilloscope, and Multi-Metering equipment.
DC Jack repairs are likely to be moderately expensive. Power Management or Graphics repairs are likely to be more expensive still, but if conducted by a professional, all three repairs should resolve the problem. A competent repair technician should be able to repair these faults and offer a minimum 3 month warranty on a reoccurrence of the same fault.
So, on the symptoms described in the question, yes. Unless it is just an AC/DC Adapter fault, this will probably prove to be a serious, non-DIY repair problem, I'm afraid.
Dec 04, 2011 |
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