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Doel basic 0703 notebook have assembled in Bangladesh, under government project. I have one. It has following problems: When power on, display flickers and goes to standby mode. after several tries , it runs properly. It has following specifications: System model : to be filled by OEM Bios version : American Megatrends Inc. 080016 date 08/31/2011 processor : Intel atom n455 1.66GHz with ddr3 2gb ram os tried : windows 7, currently using windows xp sp2 tested: overheated - no, cooling fan running properly- yes, hdd tested -yes and ok, battery and power supply- ok, Motherboard and display both replaced with new one by the manufacturer (Telephone Silpa Sangtha, Bangladesh) Current environment temperature :14c. Now what else would it about be? Please help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your laptop is overheating, it means that the Processor fan is not working. You can damage it further if you keep trying to us it. Although I must say, this is the first time I've heard of using frozen veggies to cool it down. I have a client that bought a portable Air conditioner to cool his laptop. I fixed it by replacing the fan.
The fact that the unit works while being cooled externally points directly to the fan.
Is the unit out of warranty?
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Posted on Nov 26, 2008
SOURCE: Compaq laptop problem
We keep loosing power here the last few hours. I'll give you the download location but just download it and put in a special folder under the folder you created for this set of tasks. Call it Bios Updates. Tomorrow I get you the directions on how to use the floppy to boot to and run the flash program and how to make a backup before you flash. We'll done one step and you email me what you see using your tower.
Here's the file to download:
Talk with you tomorrow. Still no word from Laura's Dad about her Mom and Laura is not taking this well. This poor woman is a cancer survivor and has had her share of miracles already, its clear she is so tired of fighting and when they moved her to Hospice she just fell asleep and hasn't woken up yet.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
SOURCE: Compaq laptop problem
I am still testing on the battery and so far no problems with the flash drive in. The slow booting is due I think to Avast updating the virus database at the same time. Otherwise it boots OK. I am getting an error at shutdown "SynTPLpr failed to initialize properly" I have also noticed that I don't need to click on the user login at boot time, only place the cursor over the name and it takes off by itself.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
Follow-up response to solution posts by Pontelemon and Gurutim: so you think it's still due to overheating, huh? OK... I'll follow your lead and reduce the thermal grease and post back results next week... I'm betting you guys could be right!...
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
You bios versions start at f.03,f.04,f.05, f.07, f.08,,,
The date and version that you posted does not match and bios version for your model.
The only reason you update a bios is if it falls under the problems
listed for the new bios to correct.
Say your lap came with f.05, the only reason you would update to f.07 is because you had a graphic error,that the new update fixed.
The link below is the page for your drivers, if you look at bios,it shows the newest,if you click on version,you will see all the ones
that where made.
You should double check to make sure that you have the right bios version.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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2) Remove solder from pins of four regulators on heatsink.
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