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you update the firmware of the motherboard to correct this battery issue. Since it's more than a year it will be covered by the DELL hardware warranty if the problem is with the battery, but just to make sure that your existing warranty will not be voided call their helpline
The computer should have been registered after it was purchased. It has a 1 year warranty from the date of purchase and the warranty is non-transferrable. If your friend registered it in his name then the 1 year warranty is tied to him and cannot be transferred to you. If you re-register the computer in your name you will not qualify for any warranty work. I suggest you leave it in your friend's name(if he is a good friend) and if there is any problems with the computer have him contact MSI for warranty work. If the computer is over a year old then it is past the warranty date anyways(unless he got an extended warranty) so re-registering the computer in your name would allow for e-mail updates from MSI and any recall information for your computer.
Please handle your PC with care. Since it fell abt 6 in., it must have some connection problem that will still be repeated as soon as it bangs. If it doesn't work in few days from now, check the HDD it may have caused damage because of the fall. Then if you can open any board, unplug connections from outlets then press soldered connections in the motherboard.
Just a pre-caution. But if it persist, see your supplier's technician.
would you have been happier if you had a 3-year warranty on your machine? I suggest you try to compare between buying a new motherboard to buying a whole new notebook...the latter usually is more reasonable. Again, get an extended warranty
if the computer doesn't beep at all, and noting comes on the screen.
Lets do this first,
Remote the ram from the computer, start up without ram.
turn the laptop off and unplug, did you hear beeps?
Place the other memory module back in and try starting up.
if the computer starts up then all is ok you can plug in the other ram and start up again. if it doesn't start up then repeat the previous process.
if this has no effect and you don't get any beeps from the computer the motherboard most likely has a problem.
I would suggest you call hp or your dealer to check your warranty.
If you are outside of warranty the repairs will cost you.
LCD price rate about $2000 and if you buy in official service center just give warranty for 3 month.
My suggestion: Buy only in place that can give u 1 year warranty else buy the 2nd one for lcd than sale it!