Question about Samsung 15.6" Laptop Computer - NP365E5C-S02US
I have a Samsung Series 3 NP365E5C-S02US 15.6-Inch Laptop which has 2 USB 2.0 jacks and 2 USB 3.0 jacks. The two USB 2.0 jacks seem to have a manufacturing obstruction which prevents a USB device from completely inserting. (The USB 3.0 jacks are OK.) So since the USB jack cannot be inserted fully, the laptop does not recognize any USB devices connected to either USB 2.0 port. When I called Samsung support he said the 2 ports are HDMI ports. Grrrrr! I calmly informed him that there is only one HDMI port and it does not resemble a USB port. SO he has agreed to repair the laptop, but I was wondering if anyone else has had such a problem with a USB port being physically unable to accept a USB plug. The obstruction looks like it might be solder balls in the slot.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What OS are you running? XP, Vista, 7, etc? In Control Panel where you see the yellow exclamation mark, right click and select Update Driver. When it asks where to find the driver, tell it to search the internet.
If it does not update, then go to the Samsung website to locate the drivers for your computer and OS.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 25, 2010
first we have to check if the device is detected by the PC if yes...then u need to add the device first and then only u can transfer files....also need to make sure that the bluetooth in ur handset is in discoverable mode...then go to bluetooth places and add the device...once added u will be able to trf files...
Posted on Feb 13, 2012
DC Power Jacks for the most part are soldered onto the motherboard. There are some models where the DC Power Jack and the cable harness just sits in a slot on the motherboard. And there are some models where the DC Power Jack is soldered on a little circuit board that is secured by screws to hold it into place. In any case to get to the Internal DC Power Jack you have to disassemble the laptop. And if it's soldered onto the motherboard, you will spend time unsoldering the old broken Jack before you can install the new one. Get a quote from a local repair shop, then check the guys out at: http://www.generalsystemsconsulting.com They will repair it and ship it back to you via Fedex or UPS cheaper than most quotes you get including the shipping charge.
Posted on Mar 16, 2012
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