Question about ASUS Computers & Internet
I opened and started my laptop for first time on 26th April 2013, after initial settings and windows activation on same date,the battery was shown low by laptop,so I plugged charger. Now,as I am charging battery,I feel mild electric shock waves all over the metallic part of laptop including lid and interiors,while moving fingers over. Moreover,while charging,the track pad does not respond well,the cursor hangs and sometimes uncontrolled movement,but only during charging it is happening.Also I hear a constant 'kit-kit' kind of sound repeated within interval of few seconds present even without charging position. So I am afraid to use it furthur.
If you have just purchased this laptop then return it to the shop and ask for a warranty replacement. Do not try to repair it yourself as you may void your warranty.
Posted on Apr 29, 2013
Testimonial: "I just googled around and found that this is a common problem with notebooks which have metallic body, most of "Dell" and many others including "ASUS", "Apple" etc. shows static charge in the body. "Dell" has even announced officially that this does not harm human body or the notebook itself. I am relaxed a bit but not completely. Is somebody having such problem from long without any serious effect ?"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
from ur update..it seems lik that it's not any soft based errors...it's hardware error..so it's better to hand over that to authorised service expert!!!!dont let anyone repair that!!!it will make ur problem much more bigger!!!!friend!!
Posted on Nov 01, 2007
Your problem is not a capacitor problem, that is so remote of a possibility it is it's a one in a million!
I Have read all the info here and find Darklord has already posed the correct solution (with explaination) 3 days ago,
Have you since verified hard drive and I'm just missing that fact?
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
the first thing i would do is do a bios update for the machine whilst using AC power, that may well iron the problem out, if not then there is a problem with the laptop itself i.e. a power drain, sizzling and popping noises is not good at all and could damage the machine further, remove the battery and check the connections on the laptop, dust and hair conduct electricity, it could be as simple as that, it is also a known fact that some lithium batteries are faulty and have been known to blow up whilst in use.
Go to the laptops support website to find out if they have been having problems with batteries and if there any returns proceedures
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
I think thats the best answer I have heard so far the control F9..it actually worked..Thank you very much!
This is the first msg I have typed since I have had the computer where the cursor hasnt jumped..
I tell ya these forums are the best
Posted on May 28, 2009
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