Question about Fujitsu Siemens AMILO Pro V2010 Notebook
Have bios sceen willnot load operating system from recovery disc
Hello the recovery disk is only for repair windows purpose.
It does not contain a complete windows system.
You can ask microsoft in your country to send you
a new windows disk as long you have the 25 digit code.
I know it will cost a litle money but it is so.
You can even download your own windows at microsoft
But its a large file approx 2,4gb for 32 bit and 3,2 gb 64 bit
And the file is in the ISO format so you have to burn it yourself.
There are many other ways to download your own windows
Use google and type: windows 7 download
and see what comes up.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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How do you normally connect to the Internet on this computer wireless or by connecting an Ethernet cable on it?
- If using wireless, look for available wireless network in the area, and once you find your network, connect to it and it will brought back again to the Internet.
- If using Ethernet connection, make sure your computer is connected tightly to your router or modem for you to get online.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
The keyboard removal process is very similar to many other laptop brands.
1. Remove screws securing the keyboard.
2. Remove keyboard bezel.
3. Unplug keyboard cable from the connector on the motherboard.
A word of caution. Be very careful with the connector on the motherboard when you unlock it If you accidentally break the connector, you’ll have to replace the whole motherboard.
You can even try this site http://mycapsules.com/disassembly/fujitsu-s2110/keyboard
or this site
It is not your model but it will give you an idea.Just keep pressing "next"
Hope it helped.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
All you need to do is leaver off the power button strip with a thin screwdriver. The power button strip has a slight gap at each side this is where you insert the thin screwdriver or thin leaver.
The power button strip has two plastic locking down lugs at each side they hold it in place.
Do it from the power on button side first with the screen flat backwards or you will pop off some keys.
Getting off the power button strip is the hardest part without poping off keys or scratching the case.
Unscrew the single silver screw to release the key board this screw is located slightly to the right of center although there are four locking down tabs on the keyboard it is only held down in the second one from the right. (It’s the longest screw in the laptop)
Push the keyboard slightly forward then tilt the keyboard towards you and lay flat (you should have enough strap to do that)
If you want to remove the keyboard completely you have to lift up the left and right lug each side of the strap)
Just at the right top edge of the strap connector you will see a silver headed screw, remove it.
The CD/DVD writer is now free however at the end nearest to you it is pushed into its electrical socket which is part of the motherboard.
If you press on the silver metal bit that you removed the screw from (looks a bit like a top chopped off triangle) the writer will slid out of its electrical socket, the device will come out from the right side of the laptop.
Remember if you are replacing the writer you will have to get one with the correct electrical socket.
Replacement is the reverse of removal. Slid in the DVD writer make sure it slots into the electrical socket. Put the locking screw back in. Locate the keyboard in its forward slots and slide in the strap, lock it into its connector, by pushing down the lugs either side. Lock down the keyboard with its screw and push back into place. Push the power button plastic strip into place.
Do the operation with the battery out and the power adaptor disconnected.
Hope this is clear enough and helps.
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
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