Question about ASUS F3Q-AP003E T3200/2.0/320/2G/15/XPP PC Notebook
I am trying to fix an old F3Q that has a few issues, the main problem being a frayed adaptor plug. I bought a brand new replacement power cord and adaptor pack online but still the laptop will not turn on. Is there anything else I should be looking at?
The connections at pins and holes could just be dirty or possibly the solder is broken loose inside the recepticle in the Asus.Latter is most likely.If you're into fixing it,and the soldered connections in receptical are bad,luck to ya friend.Would but be a good unit to upgrade to Windows 8 with an Intel processor and 4Gb RAM,even a 500 GB hard drive.Hmm,may a swell just buy a NEW ONE.I'm kidding.I personally like working on computers.I've kept this 2008 Toshiba running since August 08.Done probably 10 or 12 re-formats,3 different hard drives,went 4GB RAM and back to 2 GB and made no difference in speed.I'm about to retire this one this week and go to the Asus that I found on sale at Staples for $279,with all the fine bells and whistles I spoke of earlier.Have a food day.Regards,Rigger.
Posted on Apr 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: charging my asus 701 laptop
Usually what happens is that the ac connector on the laptop get loose. It happens when you wiggle the ac adapter out rather than pulling it/pushing it straight in. You can check if this is the problemsby
powering off the laptop. Insert the ac adapter. just slightly wiglle it. if it wiggles at all, then this is the problem. It can be fixed by resoldering the connector back on the System board, which entails taking the laptop completely apart.
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Posted on Oct 13, 2008
you need to contact the manufactuer if it melting plasic its gettting way to hot. if it catchs fire they are responsible contact them so they can either repair it or replace it
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Posted on Jan 07, 2010
yes, this could be the connector on your motherboard issue. ask for replacement or repair from your manufacturer if unit is still under warranty.
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
SOURCE: I lost my power cord
You will need to buy another power cord for the exact model of your laptop. You can either find it in local computer stores, or you can search for it on ebay.com (usually search by laptop make & model, & usually buy from a top seller).
Posted on Dec 11, 2010
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Hi, I think you will need to run the Dell restore disk, install the orriginal drivers and use the dell system to bootup then load the drivers the ASUS drivers then close the system, install the new card and then bootup. on doing this there will be resident drivers for the new card and it should work fine, then delete the orriginal drivers.
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