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I have tried the original cord and a new cord with the same results. . . nothing for either the Eee Pad or docking unit. No little red light or anything.
Try another AC outlet. Maybe the AC jack has been damaged, due to pulling on the cord? Maybe the battery is dead? The cord you used is damaged, Was the other cord you tried the EXACT same power spec? If not it could fry a component.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Asus eee 901 will not start
Try this - open the laptop up and on the motherboard there should be a small round flat battery (bios/cmos) take this out and leave it out for atleast 20 minutes then put it back in and startup the laptop. Hope it helps, leave me a comment to let me know!
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
most likely you have contracted a virus and need to reinstall windows. the only other possibility is a major hardware issue
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
You have a bad DC connector, which came loose from the system board: Problem symptoms: Here is a tutorial on how to fix a DC connector problem. You may want to have a tech fix it.
You have a bad DC connector, which came loose from the system board:
Here is a tutorial on how to fix a DC connector problem. You may want to have a tech fix it.
Posted on Nov 30, 2010
SOURCE: ASUS EEE PC 1008P the system
Maybe try cleaning the battery contacts on the netbook. If it happens with both batteries, then it may just be bad contact between the battery and the laptop. An emery board, or a small piece of fine sandpaper can be used to clean the contacts on the netbook. Clean both sides of the contacts - do it gently as you don't want to sand down the metal, you just want to clean off any oxidization or corrosion on the terminals. If this doesn't help, it may be a bad charging circuit on the board (new netbook). You could also try charging with a different a/c adapter and see if the problem persists.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 04, 2011
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