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Re: manuel break down
You can usually open laptops up from the bottom by unscrewing the screws beneath the laptop and lifting the casing gently off. However, some laptop have more than one thing to take off to provide access to the laptop. Some you have to take the keyboard off to get to one part, some you have to take the frame around the top of the laptop. But most common is the botton casing.
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Do you always shut down and unplug the laptop when not in use? Has it been cleaned recently? Fan, Vents, heatsink? Has there been ANY damage? It sounds like your Graphics Adapter. screen, Inverter, is going? Have to say exactly. Does the Laptop Overheat?
Use the free partition manager form EASEUS. Convert the partitions #3 and #4 into logical partitions containded both in the same extended partition (you can have only one extended partition, but it can contain multiple logical partitions, each with its own drive letter asigned) Now you can using the same EASEUS to split the patition you wanted.
it means that the battery doesnt have much power try to change the adoptor it seems like ur adoptor is not doing its work and if possible try to use a different battery just in case if the battery is at fault
Power drain would be a better solution in this case. 1.first shut down the comp 2.unplug the charger 3. remove the battery and after press and hold the power button for 60 seconds without any charger and the battery.After the 60 seconds replug the battery and the charger and turn the computer
Try to connect AC/DC power supply to your PC. If it works there is something wrong with your DC Battery. If you have done this, try to use tester to test if the power battery can still transmit power from source. If power is down, may be another kind of battery that is compatible to your PC. Insert only battery required for your laptop that would destroy your PC totally.
You'll probably only break/crack the case on the corner that is hanging you up, but it could break more if something is hung up on a component or the MotherBoard itself. I would suggest trying to pry (with a very small flat screw driver) that corner apart carefully by applying pressure between the pieces of the case at and close to the corner in question see if it doesn't pop apart without breaking anything. You must be positive that all attaching screws have been removed (their locations should be indicated my arrows on the case, you will sometimes find one under a removable cover (such as for RAM, Wireless Card, etc...) or a removable part such as an optical drive, the battery, or even under the keyboard on the top side (check everything again, just to be sure). Good luck.