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Chipset AMD RS780 chipset Main Memory DDR2 800 MHz SDRAM, 2 x SODIMM 4GB SDRAM Put in a new battery, no result. Startup Only with adapter, so without the accu. no result. Sometimes after many hours it starts and all functions go very well.
If it stays on long enough I would look at the error reports (you can google how to check that) and see if there are any critical errors that are affecting it from starting up or makes it crash and appear to not start up almost immediately after start-up.
If its a new computer there is a chance that there was a manufacturer flaw and 1) Could have been damaged during transportation, 2) Could be a design flaw if it was customized, 3) Could have been damaged while being built if customized, 4) Dropping it the wrong way could make it so the battery can't interact with the PC
To clarify, when you say it starts up after many hours, is that while plugged in and does it say the battery is charged/charging or is it a hit and miss type of thing where it will sometimes start up and sometimes not?
I hope this helps, but if it doesn't you should try to provide a bit more information as to the issue!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Anyways, yes, the native resolution is 1280x800 at 60 Hz. Its a PnP device part of the Mobile Intel 945GM Express chipset family. Find a ATI Mobility Radeon plugin or create one. Be careful, ATI desktop drivers dosn't support offficial mobility chip (some inf entries are missing).
Start with drivers from your manufacturer. You can use ATI desktop driver files, but you have to add your hardware device number. Be aware, that's not a official solution, but this works in most cases.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
hit Ctrl and F11 while the blue bar is loading this will start your recovery process. now if there are beep codes then it might be something diffrent your computer will beep once thats normal but if it beeps more times after that you need to post how many count them. right now it looks like your harddrive crashed.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
We had the same problem. The computer went into hibernation after losing a/c and running the battery down. Found several people on internet had same problem but only one solution (wich didnt work for us). What we did finally was to turn on and leave it until battery dies. (goes into hibernation) try to power up and when screen lights up plug A/C power in. Sounds like a jury rig i know but it is what worked for us.
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
its a common thing for a vista based system to freeze after some updates , and my good advice to you is you better dont place too many applications on the startup , and avoid unwanted updating , ie8 is one such thing . if u have an option better switch to windows 7 , its really fast on notebook computers . install only defender updates from windows.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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