I have this notebook that is partially disassembled, Im kinda computer literate, but self taught. I would like to reassemble this notebook, does anyone have or know where I can get instructions on assembling it. Its out of warranty etc so I cant make it any worse. Thanks for any help.
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Well you have a number of problems there. LCD screens can be replaced but how hard it is depends on your technical skill. if you routinly take things apart just to see what makes them tick or you build computers as a hobby then replacing an lcd screen will be a no brainer. But if you dont know a carburetor from a pipe wrench or a monkey wrench then you would be better off taking it to your neighbors kid.
Look on Ebay for screens for that particular laptop.
Now that Avertec could be a couple of things. Is this a pure blue screen or is there a fault code displayed? If you have an exception code then that means something is wrong with your operating system. If it is a laptop and the screen is pure blue then that is likely to be serious. If you can hear the rest of the laptop continueing to boot up then it could be just a screen problem as well. Video cards are built into laptop system boards. Did the screen start showing blue when the hard drive was replaced? or before?
Ooops, if ntldr is missing, it means your operating system is dead. You should reinstall windows from cd. Must get into Bios to select first boot device as Cd and then press f10 and yes. When you start your lap it says you what key press to get to Bios or boot menager.
After I found the manual somewhere on the internet, I realized that it is already available here. (Lucky you!)
I could not find a specific manual for your Aquos TV (which model?). Look into your manual, and see if there is an option to connect via VGA of HDMI for video If you want to use your TV speakers, it depends what audio input options you have on your TV. You might need a cable like this:
The red/white connectors into your TV, the 2.5mm plug into your computer.
It could be your Power Supply or your CMOS Battery is dead. For Power Supply, you can test by try to connect your Power Cord without battery to see for any PowerPush. If it is still not on then you can check your CMOS Battery for any failure by test the good one from other similar laptop since you had two. I hope this help.