Many thx for your suggestion on fixing my Evo N600c battery problem (primary battery flattens and shuts the computer down without noticing that there is a secondary battery). Sadly I can see no place on the Power Options control panel to adjust the "order of discharge" for these two batteries. Thx for trying. Malcolm
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Do you see any lights on the laptop that are on? If you see any lights and only a black screen, then more than likely your video chip on the motherboard has gone out. Some local shops might be able to replace the motherboard it might be cheaper than buying a new laptop. Good luck
You can remove your bios password by reseting your CMOS battery or jamper. You need to open your notebook remove first the battery and all screw
at the back of your notebook. You can see there a CMOS battery together
with the CMOS jamper. Just read it you can read CLRSCR which means
clear cmos, just pull it with in 10 seconds and insert it back. Now you
are done to reset bios.