Question about ASUS Q200e Touchscreen Notebook
Are you using a 2-pin plug?
Usually when you use the 2 pin plug, there is no earthing/grounding available so the current passes through your body to the ground.
Try using the 3 pin plug. It should solve the problem.
In case it doesn't, it's better to get your laptop checked.
You can buy a 3-pin plug laptop charger at
Posted on Mar 29, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: can i fix my broken laptop.
Well, if the display comes on at all, then it must be a loose connection in the wiring. Sometimes this is a simple reseating of the main cable to the mother board which comes down from the display near or around one of the hinges (in most cases). I would suggest, purchasing a cheap external monitor, and plugging it into the rear or video out port if you have one, and switching your display to go to the external monitor, this will work good as a desktop scenario. Otherwise, you need to take it all apart and see if you can find out where the loose connection is, this is no easy task, and should be done by a qualified laptop repair person who has experience.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
we had a similar problem the ac jack socket burnt out so we got a replacement part from ebay and my husband put it in and hey presto it works it cost 6 pounds for the part whereas a company to fix it wanted 100
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
SOURCE: Hi! i have an Asus
Hi there, I had and have the same problem since I bought.It went to Asus to repair and 1º time, 1 month later, they said it was a fault in the camera, and replaced it. Bah!! the 2º, 3 month later, it was the OS and reinstall it the XP. Bah!! bullS" the 3º time they update the BIOS which worked until now, but the reality is that it was just a lucky, it is for sure the BIOS or chipset problem. Mine occurs when I am running on battery and with the WIFI and Bluetooth on and the battery runs out, either the XP tries to hibernate or suspend mode and after that it show the same problem as you describe. - I know it does help you but it might give more hints for who understands.
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
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