Evesham / ecs g320 notebook, screen wont come on but powers up.
I first had a problem with the dvd-rw , it wasnt bein recognised in the bios. thought there was a loose connection but there wasnt. opened case and checked. now the screen wont come, but it powers up. checked for a loose connection with the screen and there isnt. when speakers are connected there is no sound to what i can hear. i have tried to connect a external monitor and key but no joy. the bios battery is connected via a small black and red cable which i took out and slotted back in to reset the bios to see if it had any effect with the dvd drive not being detected. i would very much like assitance please with the problem
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Hi, There is nothing much that can be done to speed up the system as it can not go beyond 1GHz Processing speed, but several operating system tweaks and some hardware upgrade could make a little but notable difference. As for Hardware, you may increase the RAM. You can upgrade memory on ECS Elitegroup Computer G320 upto a maximum of 1.0 GB (The ECS Elitegroup Computer G320 takes the PC2100 DDR SDRAM SODIMMs
Memory) Secondly, You may increase the size of PAGE FILE, uninstall unwanted software, Remove unwanted start-up items, Clean Junk Files/ Temporary files, De-fragment the Hard Disk to achieve the maximum speed and performance that EliteGroup G320 PC can give.
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If you cangatehr this much of information you are no less than a computer engineer. Nobody needs to build a car to change its tyre.
If you arrange a spare HDD and RAM, remove the original HDD and try to install windows on that. And if problem persists do the same with RAM also.
I am sure you could solve this problem yourslef.
Let's start with the most overlooked reason. Sounds like the battery died. Is your laptop's battery fully charged.
Plug it in over night and give it a good chance to recharge the battery. Then turn on your laptop WITH the power cable attached.
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