I purchased the eeePC 900 netbook. Within 24 hrs the unit had had a heat issue that cused the RT side of mouse key to "melt". Subsequent pressing bent the key in on the right. ASUS and Best Buy both refused return. Worst Buy Freek actually had the nerve to suggest I did something to it. DUH! I turned it on! This seems to be a cooling issue. Is there a fan and does it actually work? Is this unit just defective, as is the non existent customer service at Best Buy and ASUS or are the netbooks prone to this cheap mouse key issue and overheating?
My ACER netbook, which works like a dream, make this look like garbage. Now I'm out money and very unhappy with Worst Buy as well as *****. Any suggestions?
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there is a tiny cable that attaches to the camera module. most average people cannot repair it, but if you are careful, it is not hard to repair. The most likely issue is the cable has simply unplugged from the camera module. Most modules look like the one pictured here. There is usually a small cable on the side or bottom and re-inserting it will usually fix it, or if you cannot do it, one of your computer savvy friends could do it.
Hi guys, i hope this could bring little light to this boot-stop error. First of all sorry for my english /slovakia/. So thi applies for asus eeepc 1005HA /maybe some other models too - depending on motherboard construction. In my case it was 2 parts motherboard which were conected via flex cable. Both parts contrains USB ports which is the think what stops you access to BIOS and all functions. If you hit TAB button during start up /best way to do so before pressing powerbutton/ you will see post messages, which stops on inicializing USB controlers. So what you need to do is 1. turn on computer 2.unplug flex cable which leds to usb ports 3. now you should see progress on your screen, so go to BIOS /F2/ 4. visit ADVANCE tab 5. visit ide onboard configuration 6. check for usb controler configuration 7. mark it as DISABLED 8. hit F10 to save your settings 9.reboot
after this hint you will have full access to all functions like before, USB ports included.
hope this little research hlep u too, my eee1005HA is now glowing
You will have to most likely purchase a new keyboard for your laptop i have attached where u can buy it from amazon but be sure of the model of the laptop which model do you have? model number can be found located normally under your laptop look for where u see something saying Eee Pc and model
Unlimited research shows that if you have Windows 7 Starter on your asus netbook it won't allow you to customize it, which sucks because I didn't know that until I got home and tried to change it -____- (i have the same laptop & same issue)
hi charmed4031this netbook comes with an internal harddisk on which windows is installed but lacks any optical drives so far. You will have to get an external CD/DVD-drive plus a Windows-CD for it from which you safely can reinstall windows or replace the missing file. Please find out which windows version you are using(Win200, Win XP Home for e.g.,), lend or buy this external drive, connect devices and let the computer work it's magic, if still facing diffifculties, you know where to find us ;-)
Hi thus your eeepc is still under warranty? Your eeepc comes with a recovery CD. But the problem is that laptop have no CD rom drive. You have to buy a CD rom Drive that you have to connect to usb, or you have to go to fry's and buy this tools deluxe usb 2.o to IDE cable for 2.5/3.5/5.25 drive with power adapter. find an old CD rom and use that so you can use the recovery CD that comes with the laptop. or you can do this copy that recovery CD to a 8g usb memory stick. them connect it to you eeepc. Hope this info will help you solve your problem.