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How to tell which device is failing

My laptop started not charging after a while unless i unplugged and plugged it back in multiple times when it wasent charging the adapter itself would make a buzzing noise so i replaced the adapter when the batery would no longer charge and had been dead for a while after getting a new charger that was suposed to be compatable the batery would not charge, but i could still use the system. before the charger and batery had started failing i was getting alot of blue screens that even persisted through reinstalling windows. the problem got worse to the point instead of maybe once a day it would blue screen any time i tried to play a game sometimes imediatly or sometimes an hour in. i checked temps they were a little bit high so i cleaned the heatsink and the temps were alot better but the issue still persisted i eventualy gave up and left it on the shelf for a few months. i took it back out now and installed linux but still haveing the same problem however now when it crashes the speakers crackle and if any sound was playing the last second of it gets stuck in a loop and the screen goes black but stays lit and all the lights on the system are still on, othertimes it freezes with whatever was last on the screen. this morning it crashed again but this time linux switched to text mode before it froze it was listing some kind of error and cpu core 5. i was wondering if anyone could tell me what the issue or issues are so i could try to fix them

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Model number not posted! How old is the battery? As much as you are not going to like this, the average life of a laptop is five years.

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Hi,
This is an indication of overheat problems. The components that are overheating are most likely the chipsets or the video components. If it is under warranty, you have to call HP support line to have it replaced. If not, bring it to a local computer repair shop and let them replace the parts that can be replaced or maybe put some heat spreaders to manage the heat problem. Since this is a laptop, there is a high chance that what you are about to spend to repair this is almost equal to buying a new one. So it's up to you.
Here's HP support line: HP Phone Support
Hope this helps.

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My _ quit working on my laptop/computer. (fill in the blank)


After 28 years of troubleshooting computer systems, I have a tip for all of you non-technical types... that have an issue and don't know where to start.
  1. Before you call a tech, pull out your hair or take your computer to the dumpster, follow these simple steps.

  2. Turn off the computer.

  3. Unplug the computer. (If you have a laptop then you MUST also remove the battery.)

  4. Power all devices off. This means everything. Every Printer, Monitor, USB Device, Mouse, Keyboard, Phone line, Modem, Router... everything that has batteries, a power cord or plugs into the computer. (ONLY after turning the computer off and unplugging it.)

    Helpful Hint: If everything is plugged into a surge protector, turning OFF the surge protector is the SAME as unplugging. This saves time and effort also. You MUST unplug the computer itself though, without fail.

    Helpful Hint: If you are concerned you will NOT remember where to plug something back in, get a pen and some masking tape or a sticky pad and label them... (ie: place a 1 on the tape and put it next to the hole and then put a 1 on the cable that goes in that hole) DON'T WORRY! Most devices that can plug into more than one place won't mind if you move them. Most are color coded already to make it easy to find where they go. (blue plug goes in blue hole, etc.)

    Double Check: Once you are sure everything is off, make sure that any phone lines or cords from modems or routers are unplugged. Anything that can or might supply power to the computer... unplug. If you see a green light on the back of the computer, something is NOT unplugged.

  5. Count to 300 or simply wait 3 minutes for all devices to discharge. Plugging them back in right away defeats the process. (Patience here, allow proper time... make a sandwich, call your Mom, pick your nose, just wait at least 3 minutes.)

  6. Plug in any cables you have unplugged in reverse order. (ie: We turned the computer off FIRST and unplugged it FIRST so we will plug it in LAST)

  7. Turn on the power to all devices (NOT THE COMPUTER ITSELF!) and make sure they are re-connected to the computer.

    Double Check: Make sure all devices are re-connected and have power.

    IMPORTANT!: It is very important that you plug in and turn on ALL devices BEFORE you plug the computer in. Ensure that everything (printer, mouse, monitor, USB devices, Router Cable...etc.) is plugged in and turned on before you place the power cord into the computer.

  8. Plug the computer in. (replace the battery also if it is a laptop, unless the problem IS the battery)

  9. Push the power button and start the computer.


    If I had a nickel for every time that following the above steps resolved a computer problem, I would rival Bill Gates in my wealth.

    Many devices constantly supply power to the computer motherboard and allowing them to discharge can alleviate minor hardware issues.

    If the above steps do NOT resolve the problem. Do not attempt to fix it yourself or from instructions you find on the Internet. Call a technician immediately and tell them everything that you were doing when the problem occurred.

    Computers are the most excellent tool we humans have created and they will work for years without issues IF they are set up and maintained correctly. Remember to have a tech tune-up and clean out your computer at least once every 6 months and Happy Computing!

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How to solve the "Battery Plugged in not charging"


Battery Plugged in not charging and not detected solution I have a Dell Vostro 1510 laptop, and when i have the battery charger plugged in, the battery icon says "10% available (plugged in, not charging)", and if i pull out the cord, the laptop shuts down straight away. Can this be fixed, and if so, how? I bought this laptop new around 6 months ago. The detail info below:
plugged-in-not-charging.jpg The Battery didn't charge or detect being plugged in also caused by four reasons:
  • 1. The laptop battery failed
  • 2. The Adapter failed (can not charge the battery)
  • 3. The motherboard charging electric circuit failed (many caused by short damage). You can view more info here: Dell Motherboard Problem
  • 4. The laptop bios is too old to recognize the battery
After I checked my battery and adapter and confirm they are good. Then I try to repair it by myself.. My Latitude E6400 battery was fixed by myself.
The first solution :I search in the google: Repairman from another site suggested that while the computer is on and plugged in, to unplug the adapter and then plug it back in again. To check the computer can started charging.
So I remove the laptop battery from the laptop and left the AC cord connected, booting it up on the power cord alone until I was able to boot into Windows 7, at which point I then put the laptop battery back into the computer while it was still on. This worked and while a tad unsafe for most people, I wouldn’t recommend you use this idea unless you absolutely had to, that is, if there was no other choice.
The Second Solution: You can download the newest BIOS from dell.com and then flash the bios. But I do not want to update Bios, So I use another way to make the Power manager system to recognize my battery :)
I open up my laptop Device Manager (usually a right click on your Computer/My Computer) and remove all Dell inspiron 6400 battery related devices from the Device Manager. Then after you’ve done that, right click again and select “Scan for Changes”, which should reinstall the proper services and allow for your laptop to charge again. See the more info in the image below.
remove-battery.png If this also can not solve the problem, I suggest you send the laptop to Dell to repair the Laptop motherboard.
The article Via laptop battery blog

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My lenovo tab is not working i were checked the charger also but the charger is ok


When a device like that fails completely, and the charger is charging there's only so many things that can go wrong.

  • The device has completely failed (worst case, but, not if nothing happened to it, no plugged in while lightning, no dropping, etc.)
  • The battery won't charge. If it's not easily replaced, see a battery store, they'll usually install one for the cost of the battery, if they can open it.
  • The regulator for charging the battery has failed. This means not only will it not charge the battery; but, it can't tell when the battery is charged, and it will kill the battery, this must be replaced by a repair shop, unless you know an electrician, and have the key to open the tablet.

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Laptop will not power up


Take the battery out, plug in the charger and see if the laptop works. If it works, the battery may be the problem. Check the AC Adapter
Check to make sure the adapter is plugged securely into the wall outlet, connected firmly to the adapter box and to the back of your laptop. Most AC adapters have a little light in them on that rectangular box in the middle of the cord that lights up when it's getting electricity. If that light isn't on, try a different outlet. Check your fuse or circuit breaker box and plug a different device into that outlet to make sure there is power to it. If it still does not light up, your adapter could need replacing. Also check the adapter box for signs of warmth, as it will generate heat when it's plugged in. No heat means no power.

Remove the Battery Sometimes it's as simple as a seated battery. Remove the battery entirely and clean out any dust, lint or hair that may be clogging the connectors and preventing a proper connection. Reseat the battery securely and make sure the little locking pins that hold your battery in place are securely fastened and there is no movement. Unplug your laptop while it is running. If it still works, the battery has been charging. If it shuts off, or doesn't hold a charge very long, you have a bad battery. Unplug your laptop while it is off, then try to turn it on. If the battery is bad, your laptop probably won't turn on at all. Turn off your laptop's screen-saver when testing its battery. The screen-saver will conserve the battery and not give a clear time frame for how long your battery can really last. Click the battery icon on your laptop when it is unplugged. It can tell you how much battery life you have available. This icon is usually located in the bottom right corner of your screen and will provide the percentage of battery power you have left. Keep track of the time it takes to go from 100% charged to 1% charged. If this takes less than an hour, your battery is probably beginning to fail. You can also try this every week or two to see if your battery holds a charge for shorter periods. Factor in the amount of time you have used your laptop. Most laptop batteries last 2 to 3 years or about 500 charges. Wait a few days before determining whether a new laptop battery is faulty. New batteries sometimes take a few charges to build up to their maximum run time.

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Laptop won't startup on power or battery


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Take the battery out, plug in the charger and see if the laptop works. If it works, the battery may be the problem. Check the AC Adapter
Check to make sure the adapter is plugged securely into the wall outlet, connected firmly to the adapter box and to the back of your laptop. Most AC adapters have a little light in them on that rectangular box in the middle of the cord that lights up when it's getting electricity. If that light isn't on, try a different outlet. Check your fuse or circuit breaker box and plug a different device into that outlet to make sure there is power to it. If it still does not light up, your adapter could need replacing. Also check the adapter box for signs of warmth, as it will generate heat when it's plugged in. No heat means no power.

Remove the Battery Sometimes it's as simple as a seated battery. Remove the battery entirely and clean out any dust, lint or hair that may be clogging the connectors and preventing a proper connection. Reseat the battery securely and make sure the little locking pins that hold your battery in place are securely fastened and there is no movement. Unplug your laptop while it is running. If it still works, the battery has been charging. If it shuts off, or doesn't hold a charge very long, you have a bad battery. Unplug your laptop while it is off, then try to turn it on. If the battery is bad, your laptop probably won't turn on at all. Turn off your laptop's screen-saver when testing its battery. The screen-saver will conserve the battery and not give a clear time frame for how long your battery can really last. Click the battery icon on your laptop when it is unplugged. It can tell you how much battery life you have available. This icon is usually located in the bottom right corner of your screen and will provide the percentage of battery power you have left. Keep track of the time it takes to go from 100% charged to 1% charged. If this takes less than an hour, your battery is probably beginning to fail. You can also try this every week or two to see if your battery holds a charge for shorter periods. Factor in the amount of time you have used your laptop. Most laptop batteries last 2 to 3 years or about 500 charges. Wait a few days before determining whether a new laptop battery is faulty. New batteries sometimes take a few charges to build up to their maximum run time.

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Unplug the laptop, and then remove the battery. Now put the battery back in, and plug it back into the charger. If the battery has not failed it will start to charge. Also make sure the wall plug you are using is good. Best of luck, Ravi Shanghavi

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Plug it in and charge the battery. You should be able to turn it on while it is charging by pressing the power button. If it doesn't respond right away try holding down the power button until it turns on (well, at least 10 seconds or so). It is possible that the battery lost it's charge completely, but that's unlikely unless you have run it dry multiple times.

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