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I need driver for my pca - Umax ActionBook 340T

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  • Alex Smallwood
    Alex Smallwood May 11, 2010

    More Info needed mate if you want some help



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Hey dont worry i will give you a link try it and see if you can find it their.ok

http://laptop-notebooks-drivers.com

try it nw.

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3) Use a multi-compartment container for the various screws you will remove.
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SOME screws look VERY similar to other screws. DO NOT mix them up.

[One case in point. Put a screw that looks the right size, but is the wrong thread, in a hole. May go halfway in.

WILL NOT remove unless it breaks that section of motherboard OUT.
Will Not go in further ]

No power to laptop?

1) Check the output voltage of the AC adapter. (Charger)

The output cable's plug from the 'charger', has a Center Hole, and an outside cylindrical metal shell.

The center hole is the Positive connection.
The outside cylindrical metal shell is the Negative connection.

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Enlarge the photo, (In blue; Actual photo - Click to enlarge )

The DC Power Jack is shown upside down, in relation to how it actually sits on the motherboard.
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DC Power Jack checks out it's on to the Power On switch, located under the Power On button.

It may be bad.
The Power On switch is mounted on a Power Board.
HP name = Switchboard PCA

Note that the Switchboard PCA has a cable from it, that plugs into the motherboard.
The Switchboard PCA cable's connector, has the socket holes.
The matching connector on the motherboard has the contact pins.
TWO of them.

Carefully use a small flat tipped screwdriver, and temporarily touch against the two pins. (No more than a 2 second contact )

Laptop comes on you need a Switchboard PCA.
HP part number - 317445-001 (F5761-60905)

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Power Correcting chipset.

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