Backlights started reducing all on its own untill totally dark.
I borrowed my Zinox computer to a friend and he returns the computer it was working good but all of a sudden i saw the screen lights reduced till it was absolutely dark. I figured out that i can see through it with the help of a strong touch light. I once restarted the system, after the processor Pentium M shows up, I press the alt and insert keys, and the light returns but after about 2 hours of browsing the lights reduced again till was completely dark. I still have to use a touch light to view the contents on the screen. Also i've formatted it several times including changing to Ubuntu linox from XP, but it's still the same, i still have to use the battery.
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Hi there. The problem you describe is a failing or faulty inverter board, this is located just under the screen behind the plastic surround. This is a common problem across all makes and models of laptops and some LCD monitors. If your machine is covered by the manufacturers warranty, take advantage and send the laptop to be repaired free. If your out of warranty you will have to take the laptop to a PC technician for repair, it should not cost that much for that type of repair.
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Continuous over charging can shorten the life of the battery.
laptop battery is more than 3 - 4 years old then the battery could be worn out.
Rechargeable batteries have a finite number of charge and discharge cycles and
will lose their charge capacity over time, i.e. won't charge to 100% and
gradually the charge reduces until the battery won't charge up at all. OR The
battery shows a 100% charge but when the adapter is disconnected the battery
drops off to zero capacity in a very short time. If the battery drops to an
unacceptable charge level then the battery needs to be replaced.
Rechargeable batteries will fail if stored in a
discharged state for long periods.
Buy a driver magician full version installation disk and install it to your computer. After installing it, run the program and for sure, driver magician will automatically detect the driver that your loptop need for it's sound to work properly. Select it and driver magician will download it for you . Install the downloaded loptop sound driver and after you reboot you loptop you shoul be able to hear a sound again from your loptop as if it's driver has not been deleted. Have a nice day my friend, hope this would help you.
your computer registry is corrupt. rename the registry file from system to system.old then copy the system file from the repair folder and paste it into the config folder. be aware that some of your accessories will not work until you reinstall them. the only other way to resolve this issue is to reinstall windows.
I would recommend contacting Zinox directly through their website as from looking at their support pages they don't have any available driver download links for the L50ii1. Worst case scenario would be to open up the casing of your laptop to see whether you can retrieve any make/model number of the sound card details from the motherboard but I'd only do that as a last resort if Zinox can't provide you with a CD or FTP details for the relevant driver.
when you bootup all the way put a flashlight point it at the screen.
Do you see anything in the background?
Some people see shadows.
Basically it looks like the backlights do not work.
Sometimes inverters can go in which all you need to do is buy a new inverter and install it.
Let me know either way
Try this tech tip: try to connect external monitor to laptop and press FN key and F4 or F5, and if the monitor does not display motherboard need to be replace, if it does then lcd screen need to be replace
It sounds like the inverter or backlights have gone bad. When the inverter board goes bad it quits sending the required voltage to the backlights. The backlights illuminate the screen. It may just be a loose connection, If you need an inverter you can try E-bay but I order from businesses like. http://www.impactcomputers.com/344396-001-ib.html