My Lenovo N100, 3000 notebook came with a 10.8 volt, 4.4 AH battery. To replace it, I ordered a 11.1, 7200 mAh battery. When I replaced the battery, it fit perfectly but when I booted up my computer it said, "Windows did not start properly. You may have, either, new hardware or software". I couldn't get it to boot up in regular or safe mode. Does this mean I have the wrong battery? The place where I bought it assured me it was compatible with my model laptop.
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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
1. Pull out the battery.
2. Open the panel on the
bottom that has the fan and remove the fan and heat sink.
3. Clean the top
4. Put some thermal paste on the cpu 5. Put it all back together.
6. Safely dispose of the battery, If you plug the battery back in you will have to go through the whole process again7. Run off ac adapter.
8. Buy a new battery.
If you are running on battery power and it powers off, then the battery is not fully charged or the battery is worn out or faulty.
Rechargeable batteries have a finite number of charge and discharge cycles and after 2 or more years they will lose its charge capacity until it will not charge at all.
A new battery will solve your problem provided the charging circuit in the laptop is OK.
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
Looked at the specs on your laptop and you have the wireless card included. I assume you have a router set up already or you have access to another wireless network. Follow these steps to access it from your laptop:
1. Go to START 2. select MY COMPUTER 3. Once in the new window, click MY NETWORK PLACES under the "OTHER PLACES" section 4. select the VIEW NETWORK CONNECTIONS link under the NETWORK TASKS section 5. RIGHT CLICK on your wireless network connection and choose PROPERTIES 6. click the WIRELESS NETWORKS tab. 7. make sure the "USER WINDOWS TO CONFIGURE MY WIRELESS NETWORK SETTINGS" box is checked 8. Click OK and close the window 9. RIGHT CLICK on your wireless network connection (the name of it) and choose REPAIR 10. if windows detects the wireless connection, you should see a bubble near the task bar 11. in order to begin using the wireless connection, open your web browser then enter your username and password (if required)
the battery casing itself is heat sealed....
You Need to Pry it open..
No Really easy way to do it and you must take your time and do it slowly, start at a corner edge using a guitar pick or similar... then work your way around and around till you can pry it open..
Not an easy task.. But Do-able..