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If you are talking about a memory card? The laptop does not have a card reader built in so you would either have to buy an external card reader or have a card reader built into a home printer. Place the card in the card reader and plug the reader into the laptop's usb port or make sure your printer is connected and the reader active, you can tell this in "My Computer", you will see the reader appear as a device. Now, find the files you want to copy and copy them, now right click on the card device and click paste, the computer will copy them to the card.

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NEED MORE MEMORY ON PC


Under the laptop, there is a door with a screw holding it closed. this is where the memory is housed. You can open that up and see if there is an available slot. if so, you must load a memory chip that matches the other chip and then re-configure within the bios.

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Blank sreen on start up plus my battery doen't charge. it takes forever to get to one percent


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You do not say which Operating System you are using. Do you see the power LED and the Hard Drive Activity LED working? Can you see/hear the Hard Drive spinning? Can you see/hear the case fans spinning? Can you hear Audio? If the answer is yes" to any of these questions, this is a good sign. If not, it may be a bad sign. If there are some signs of life, in the laptop, test to see whether the Button that shuts down the screen and sends the computer into hibernation when you close the lid while the laptop is running is sticking in the down position. Check if you can see a very faint, darkened image on the screen during and after booting.

Test to see if you can send the picture from the laptop to an external desktop PC monitor with a VGA Cable, by simultaneously pressing the Fn key + a function key with the picture of 2 monitors (usually F5, F6 or F7) after the computer has booted into Windows and settled down. If you can see a picture on the external monitor, then the fault can be 1 of 3 things:

Faulty LCD Panel

Faulty Cold Cathode Backlight

Faulty LCD Panel Power Inverter

If any of these are faulty, they can be replaced.

If either the Motherboard Power Management System or DC Jack are damaged, your laptop might require professional specialist repair by a Component Level Laptop Repair Specialist, providing No Fix No Fee, Warrantied Repairs ( typically 3-6 months Repair Warranty). Sometimes the surface of the graphics chip is too damaged to repair. Loose DC jacks, leading to intermittent power drops and surges, are typically caused by the jack being allowed to take the weight of the heavy transformer box on the laptop's power cable. The solution is to ensure that the laptop is never held, carried or used with the transformer hanging unsupported. If the laptop is in use, the transformer should be disconnected, carried, placed on a desk or table near the laptop (if the cord is short) or laid completely full-weight-flat on the floor (if the cord is long enough).

If you cannot see a picture on the external monitor, the Graphics Chip might be faulty. Faulty Graphics Chips can are indicated by a regular flashing or permanent "on" state of the Power LED at the front of the notebook when you try to power it up and can be repaired by Ball Graphics Array Reflow or BGA Reballing. These repairs have an average success rate but can be expensive and must be done by an experienced specialist with specialist equipment such as an Infra Red Workstation, an Oscilloscope and a Micro soldering Station. The fault can come back. BGA Reballing generally achieves better, longer-lasting results than BGA Reflow but can be more expensive. If the cost of Graphics Chip repair seems expensive to you compared to the current market value of the laptop, then consider buying a new laptop, having any important data transferred to the new laptop, formatting the old laptop's hard drive, offering the working components (LCD Panel, Power Inverter, Hard Drive, RAM Memory Modules, Battery, AC/DC Adapter, Wireless LAN Card, Keyboard, CPU, CPU Heatsink, CMOS Battery, Lid Frame, Chassis) of the old laptop for sale on eBay or some similar website to recoup some cash. Dismantled, functioning, 2nd User Laptop Components have far more cumulative value than an assembled, non-functioning laptop, which only has extremely low scrap value.


Also, always use a surge protector for
computer equipment, never directly to the mains.If the battery cells are dead, you require a replacement battery. After testing with an external monitor, I suggest you take the laptop to a repair shop for testing of the components listed above and/or a quotation for graphics chip repair.

I hope this helps. If this Answer goes some way towards helping to resolve your Query, Problem or Fault, please take the time to Rate it. This helps Answerers, like me, better understand the needs and the point of view of the Asker and guides us in exploring the best ways to provide useful, high quality Responses. If you need further help, please do not hesitate to post another Question or add a Comment to this Question.

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I have a toshiba satallite a205-s7458 and the display does not work. When I turn the laptop on, the screen on the laptop is blank. I was wondering what the problem might be. Any response to this would...


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I will try to give a comprehensive answer, covering all likely possibilities.

Test to see whether the Button that shuts down the screen and sends the computer into hibernation when you close the lid while the laptop is running is sticking in the down position.

Check if you can see a very faint, darkened image on the screen during and after booting.

Test to see if you can send the picture from the laptop to an external desktop PC monitor with a VGA Cable, by simultaneoulsy pressing the Fn key + a function key with the picture of 2 monitors (usually F5, F6 or F7) after the computer has booted into Windows and settled down.

If you can see a picture on the external monitor, then the fault can be 1 of 3 things:

Faulty LCD Panel

Faulty Cold Cathode Backlight

Faulty LCD Panel Power Inverter

If any of these are faulty, they can be replaced.

If you cannot see a picture on the external monitor, the Graphics Chip might be faulty. Faulty Graphics Chips can be repaired by Ball Graphics Array Reflow or BGA Reballing. These repairs have an average success rate but can be expensive and must be done by an experienced specialist with specialist equipment such as an Infra Red Workstation, an Oscilloscope and a Microsoldering Station.The fault can come back. BGA Reballing generally achieves better, longer-lasting results than BGA Reflow but can be more expensive.

If the cost of Graphics Chip repair seems expensive to you compared to the current market value of the laptop, then consider buying a new laptop, having any important data transferred to the new laptop, formatting the old laptop's hard drive, offering the working components (LCD Panel, Power Inverter, Hard Drive, RAM Memory Modules, Battery, AC/DC Adapter, Wireless LAN Card, Keyboard, CPU, CPU Heatsink, CMOS Battery, Lid Frame, Chassis) of the old laptop for sale on eBay or some similar website to recoup some cash. Dismantled, functioning, 2nd User Laptop Components have far more cumulative value than an assembled, non-functioning laptop, which only has low scrap, value.

A reputable, specialist motherboard component level repair center should be able to offer you a No-Fix-No-Fee Graphics Chip repair service and a 3-6 Month Re-repair or Full Refund Post Repair Same Fault Warranty.

Sometimes the surface of the graphics chip is too damaged to repair.

After testing with an external monitor, I suggest you take the laptop to a repair shop for testing of the components listed above and/or a quotation for graphics chip repair.
I hope this helps.

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I had just purchase a laptop Window 7 an would like to know if my laptop could take a photo of myself an send it thru email?


If it has a webcam (right above the screen) - then you can take a photo. Write your computer's model within a google search box and find a manual for using your webcam.

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Where is the bios chip situated on my acer 5630 laptop ?


Hello,

I couldn't find any reliable image of your PC.

However, BIOS chip is located on Motherboard of your laptop and should look SIMMILAR this on the picture (doesn't need to have backup bios!)
3e2d0c4.jpg


Leave rate if I helped you, thanks!!

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Hi, I have an HP pavillion dv6000 and the problem is that it doesn't start, i have just bought a new ram, but it still doesnt start, can you please help thanks


These Laptops have an inherent problem with the Video chip. If the computer is powering on but you are not seeing a video on the screen, try using an external monitor on the laptop vga port. If you can get a picture on the external monitor, you have an issue with your screen, and it needs changing. If you cannot get a picture on the external monitor, your video chip is bad and the laptop is finished. Reflowing the graphic chip is usually useless.

Good Luck

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Gateway laptop ml3108b no screen coming on


this is a common fault with this laptop, the only way to repair this is to strip the laptop, remove the mother board, heatsink and fan under the heatsink you will see the nvidia chip this needs to be heated to 480C for about 5 mins only heat the nvidea chip nothing else! paste chips and replace heatsink fan etc laptop should now be fixed, remember to clean fan whilst it is out as a clogged fan probably caused the fault in the first place

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How do I add more RAM memory


It is easy to add more RAM to the laptop, the first thing you need to know is the type of memory you model uses. Your model uses DDR2@533MHz up to 2 GB RAM (2 chips 1 GB each).
PLACE THE LAPTOP UPSIDE DOWN ON A SOFT CLOTH. MAKE SURE YOU DON'T MISPLACE THE SCREWS.
1. Remove the larger cover in the back of the laptop (2 screws) ; the memory chips are under this cover.
2. Replace the chip(s) with larger capacity chip(s).
3. Put the cover back (using the 2 screws you safely removed in step 1). Thats it!

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CAN,T GET VIDEO TO MY PC


springshicke, Well you did not mention what you trying to do (transfering or anything) But here is some. If you are trying to transfer your pictures to your Laptop. First if your Laptop is WINDOW XP as in mine its FULLY SUPPORTED it supported via BLUETOOTH OR USB DATA CABLE TRASNFER. All you have to do is the following:Configure your MOTORAZR2 V9 with your Laptop. Using USB Cable >OPEN Control Panel> Double Click ADD hardware then follow the Installation Wizard Instruction it will guide you what to do. In Blue Looth Link make your MOTORAZR2 V9 ready by switching BLUETOOTH to ON> Select FIND ME on laptop side RIGHT CLICK Add Bluetooth Device. When the window opens CHECK MY DEVISE IS READY then CLICK NEXT (Make sure your Hand phone is set to FIND ME and you,ll see your Hand phone and Laptop will communicate) The follow the Installation Wizard it will say ADD> NEXT> and OK  

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HP Pavilion dv2000


This model laptop will not allow you to add a video card to it. The video card and all of its components are part of the Laptop motherboard already.

You can, however upgrade your memory from the 1GB up to a total of 2GB, but your current configuration is 2x512mb chips.

So right now you have 2 memory slots available but they are being used by the 2 512mb chips. You will have to remove them and replace them with 2 1gb chips. This can be fairly pricey.

Here is a link to your computer specs

http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/au/en/ho/WF06a/1090709-1116637-1116665-1116665-1116665-12435984.html

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