Everything was fine a few days ago - the laptop is 2 years old and I
just received a new one for Christmas, so today I try to start up the
Easynote to get hard copies of files and photos etc and the darn thing
just won't load up at all!
Each time I switch it on, it gets to a different stage in the booting
up process, but never further than the display with the Windows
progress bar, then it completely cuts off, dead - I've tried getting
into the bios, going into safe mode, even the recovery setting, but
each time the laptop switches itself off.
The only thing I've done since I successfully logged onto it two days
ago was to unscrew the fan and give it a good clean - I touched nothing
Has anyone got any ideas? Please! I really don't want to lose precious
family photos if I can avoid it - I don't care about the laptop itself,
just the information stored in it. Thanks in advance!
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Re: My PB Easynote R1938 refuses to boot/start up!
Hi. You may have disconnected the fan by mistake when unscrewing it, so the laptop closes down when the system detects the fan isn't working. I would check the fan. It should have a tiny cable which plugs into the motherboard.
Otherwise the only solution may be to remove the hard drive and install it in another laptop, then you can access the data from there.
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When one of my kids forgot his phone out inth the snow i dismantled the whole thing and put the mothercard in the kitchen oven on the lowest temperature for about 1hour to extract all of the water i could'nt see. booted the thing up and it was good to go.(tip) As for the other? it's cheaper to buy a new one than to install a new motherboard.
If by wont start up you mean the screen shows nothing and their are no errors you the motherboard on it is probably damaged beyond repair, and the laptop will need to be replaced. However, if you have an error about boot devices you may wish to look at this tip
Friend i think your battery slot is getting sort that's why after taken out battery its working, Try to on via battery and dont connect power is thats working then i guess the right things. On that case visit the service center.
is what happen to your laptop is lower specs i thought..so you need to re-install the windows comptaible to your laptop and meet the specs...but before you do that you need to back up 1st your important files..
get to the mainboard of your system usually there is a model number and name write them down and try to download ur system drivers from the net. i know some sites but unfortunately cant post them here (huh...) search for them