Facing problems wit my lenovo 3000 N100 laptop. Apart frm the known battery issue (already faced it), the system reboots very often, probably in every 15 mins (if m lucky can last upto 30 mins :) ). Happens even when no other application is running. This random shut-down has lead to xp crashing a couple of times as well. Wud appreciate if any advice or help on this. Please let me know if you need any specific details to address this issue. Thanks. -Shekhar
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Hi. I think the LCD screen of your laptop needs a replacement because I think the backlight on that LCD is already busted thats why you need to point a flashlight or some sort of light just to see the display. Powerdraining your computer wont work because this already a hardware issue with the LCD, that's why when you switch display with your monitor it works fine. I would suggest replacing the LCD of that laptop or try calling Lenovo tech support if your laptop still under warranty so that they would replace it for free. This is no. to contact for your Lenovo laptop US/Canada 1-800-426-7378, Australia 1-300-880-917. Hope this Helps
hi, 1. Download the driver and the windows xp hotfix from consumersupport.lenovo.com. 2. Save them on the desktop. 3.win RAR should be installed in the system then extract the driver by right clicking on the folder downloaded. 4.install the hotfix first and then run the setup of the extracted driver. 5.If then also the issue is not resolved then go to devicemanger>audio device on hd audio bus and right click on that>update driver>give the path of the extracted folder.
Hi.. I have a temporary solution to your problem. I had the same problem. Remove the battery and the ac adapter from the laptop. Just reconnect the ac adapter without the battery and switch on the lap. Presto.. Problem solved.. It doesnt power off anymore unless u remove the ac adaptor. Usefull if u hav needed files n want 2 create a backup. Still i havent found out a permanent solution to this problem. I suspect its a motherboard fault