Question about RCA CC4393 VHS Analog Camcorder
SOURCE: Screen went black
Hi, could be anything to do with video. Might be the on board video card or its memory. It is also possible that your display lost its back lite and you just can see the display. Try turning the laptop on normally and let it run for a while. Try tilting the display left right up down as if trying to gaze at the inside of the display. If you can see faint traces of your desktop then it is definitely the back lite, if none then something else is at fault. Either way you will have to bring it back for repairs or replacement. You can also try checking the memory by sliding out the panel cover at the bottom of the casing. There might be a screw or two locking the cover panel in place. Try wiggling the memory a bit, might have loosen up somehow. If still a no go, then perhaps you're really better off sending it back for repairs/replacement. Hope this works out for you. Pls post again how things turn up. Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Jul 29, 2007
SOURCE: Burning smell on my laptop
Unless you have the ability to to replace the plug connector part yourself, you will have to take it in to a shop who can do that kind of fine soldering for you. If nothing else is damaged, it should be ok with replacing just that burnt out part.
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
I've run into this many times with IBM machines. The power management chip on the motherboard has failed. Unfortunately, you will have to replace the motherboard in order to fix the problem.
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
These drives are known for lunching the power supply within the unit itself. Depending on you PC configuration, you may wish to do the same as I did when mine went. The drive itself is a standard 7200 sata drive. If your motherboard has sata capability, and/or a spare sata connection, you can slave the drive into your pc, and end of problem.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
try running ur laptop using the adaptor without the battery in it's place and run it with just the battery...note the difference....it may be a power surge/short issue....some times the battery is supplying power along with the adaptor to the notebook and the power circuit in there is not able to take dual power....check your power options setting in Control Panel...
also do this
clean ur system use Tuneup Utility get it from my website Dowload page
use all the tools and option in that tool...the best is 1n Click Maint in there .....it fixes all ur issues...
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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