Question about Packard Bell Easy One Silver 2101 Notebook
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 else.
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!
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.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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