Question about ASUS VivoBook S200E Notebook PC - Intel Core i3 1.8GHz, 4GB DDR3, 500G
I bought a refurbished asus vivobook installed with windows 8. On the first day I had it I downloaded antivirus software, chrome, itunes, some games and microsoft office suite 2010. During all this installing it froze a couple of times but I didn't think much of it, I assumed it was just trying to do too much at once. It behaved well for most of the next day until that night when it froze while I was using chrome. I forced it to shut down using the start up button but now it won't reboot, it just gets stuck on the asus screen and won't go any further. I continued to try to reboot a little later thinking maybe it had over heated or something but now it gets stuck on the same screen trying to initiate an automatic repair. It won't begin the start up repair at all and there's nothing in the boot screen that can help me to start up in a safe mode or anything. I'm not very computer minded and I've never used windows 8 until now but it seems like it's as useless as everyone says. Is there a way for me to fix it or do I have to begin the arduous task of trying to get the company that I bought it from to repair it and wait forever for them to send it back?
I would complain to the company who sold it to you that it has gone wrong. They should at least honour some sort of warranty.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
replace hard drive,
First remove 4 bottom screws, and Ram cover.
remove keyboard by pressing down on the 4 tabs across the top of the keyboard with a small flathead screwdriver. disconnect ribbon from body
once keyboard is removed unscrew the 6 black screws where the keyboard was they are the same as the other 4 bottom so do not worry about mixing.
pop open the top casing starting in the top right working your way around to the top left in a clockwise motion.
disconnect ribbon from body
remove and replace the harddrive from here.
Find a PC install a program such as WinToFlash (freeware) and create an installable copy of Windows XP on a flash drive no smaller then 2 gb.
Put flash in USB slot
press escape as computer starts choose the USB drive
Format and install XP from flash
Posted on Dec 09, 2010
Download this file http://www.dlldump.com/download-dll-files_new.php/dllfiles/S/slbrccsp.dll/5.1.2518.0/download.html
If that doesnt do it, download these six files as well:
http://www.dlldump.com/download-dll-files_new.php/dllfiles/S/sccbase.dll/5.1.2600.1024/download.html, http://www.dlldump.com/download-dll-files_new.php/dllfiles/S/sccsccp.dll/5.1.2600.1029/download.html, http://www.dlldump.com/download-dll-files_new.php/dllfiles/S/slbcsp.dll/5.1.2600.2094/download.html, http://www.dlldump.com/download-dll-files_new.php/dllfiles/S/slbiop.dll/5.1.2600.2095/download.html, http://www.dlldump.com/download-dll-files.php/dllfiles/W/wmasf.dll/download.html and http://www.dlldump.com/download-dll-files_new.php/dllfiles/W/wmidx.dll/9.00.00.3250/download.html
Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
You could have a faulty motherboard or RAM.
First remove the main battery and boot up the laptop without the main battery connected, if it boots up insert the battery, no need to power down. If that doesn't work, switch off/disconnect the adapter and insert the battery, then reseat the RAM modules and boot up.
If nothing works then you have a piece of junk. You can salvage the hard disk and put it into an USB hard drive adapter case and use it as an external USB hard drive.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
Consider downloading a specific release of Ubuntu; eeebuntu. Download the ISO and then conenct an external DVD device to it, during the BIOS screen, choose the ESC button and boot from the external device.
This Ubuntu-specific group offers three kinds of ISO's (simple, super basic, and a loaded release), all of which allow all parts to work out of the box:
If this does not work, check the informal eeepc forums
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
Could be that the hard drive is not making a good connection. Turn the laptop upside down. Find the "latch" where the hard drive is "housed" and remove the drive... Then carefully and firmly replace it and make sure it makes good contact. Then try again to boot the laptop. If it still does not start up TAKE IT BACK to where you bought it from and let them sort it out 'cause it is supposed to be under warranty for at least 1 year
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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Press the Windows logo key + X.
Click the little arrow next to Human Interface Devices to expand the list.
Click the touch screen driver (in my case, NextWindow Voltron Touch Screen).
Right-click, and select Disable from the list.
Click Yes on the dialog box that asks if you are sure you want to disable the touch screen driver.
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