Question about Advent 4211c Notebook
I turn it on, the white Advent screen posts, then it switches itself off again. I read somewhere that it could be a static issue with the battery so I took out the battery and just ran from the mains. Same thing happened. Tried running off just the battery but nothing. Tried taking out the battery, unplugging the power cord and holding the power button down for 20 seconds, then plugging it in again but it still won't work. Any ideas? Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yeah the same has happened to lenovo x61s, i contacted the supplier and they told me i need a new battery, unfortunatly laptop atterys arnt the cheapest things around
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
When you press power button press F1 or F2 or "del" key if you can see bios screen then you not need to refix RAM memory or reset bios.
IF you can see bios screen then lake sure harddisk is detected and SATA is disable then save settings and exit.
Also when you power up press F8 key if you able to see safe mode and other menu then you have change screen resolution enter in enable vga mode.
Then open control panel and display then change scree resolution to 1024*768.
Then apply and ok.
But if you can't see bios screen or nothing in dispaly then you have to refix RAM memory .
Check in back side there is 1 plate open it then refix RAM memory.
If still not get display then open back cover of laptop then find motherbord on it then pull cmos cell for 10 minutes so all settings go to defaults then again refix cmos cell then check.
Let me know if you need more assistance.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
SOURCE: Advent 4211-C won't power up
You may have already tried this... Please remove the battery to see if the machine responds to pluged in power by itself. Press the power button for about 30 seconds befor pluging in the power... this is usually the way to reset the laptop. A defective battery can keep the machine from working.
If there is no response, the motherboard may have been damaged or a solder gotten loose, either way, it would need to be taken apart to verify and the solution could be expensive.
Posted on Aug 25, 2011
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