Hi, I have a problem with my harddisc, as it gets stuck, totally out of nowhere.. When it happens the light indicating my HD, just lights constantly. It gets stuck at totally random, and it is NOT when I run a specific program etc. Sorry for my bad english, I'm from Norway, hehe:)
I'm a bit newbie at PC and BIOS's, but I have read that the problem could due to some setting in the BIOS. It has been a problem all along.
MY PC: acer aspire 6920g
Windows Vista 32 bit Intel Core 2 Duo (2.1 GHz, 800 MHz FSB, 3 MB L2 cache)4GB DDR2320 GB HDDNvidia GeForce 9500M GS
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i think your HDD doesn't work any more, this can be a problem in the HDD, i think the Disk stuck in his cage, (sorry, but me English is not that good ;).
maybe you can fix it by open it in a room without sunlights, UV can be fatal for hardware.
look carefully if it stucks, look at the little "ARM" that reads the disk by moving over it, it can be that this one press to hard on the disk and that the disk don't spin anymore.
otherwise there can be a lot more problems why it is stuck, hope it will work out for you, good luck.
first, you must release your harddisc drive. and see what is happen for next minutes, after you insert that batteray and plug in your adaptor, to your laptop. See indicator lamp, blinking = still charging into baterai. Light ON = full charging. And charging process, see your laptop, what did you press any button for charging batteray? If you still press any button, clean all hardware inside of bottom case and upper case. Sometimes dirty can disturb that process.
Not even beeping? Hard to tell from such little info. HDD doesn't work, CPU stays cold, that would indicate a motherboard problem, but then it would beep most of the times. It can be a a problem with your screen, but that doesn't add upp with the HDD, and the CPU staying cool (bye the way, how do you know that?) I think you should take it to someone who can take a closer look on it.
If you in fact formatted your HDD you need to take the drive to a drive recovery center or get the tools to hook the drive up to a working laptop/desktop and use recovery software like Ontrack Recovery Manager.