I got short shrift from the store I bought the aforementioned computer as it was OOW (out of warranty). I insisted that they try to find the problem and they dispatched my machine to TELEPLAN who wanted £505 to fit a new system board. I am prepared to pay to have my laptop fixed ( reluctantly) but am flabbergasted that it would cost this amount of money for a 2 year old machine to fail so catastrophically. Exactly who do I need to complain to as the shop in question treated me like a nuisance and at one point said it would be easier for me to send it off to a computer repair place of my choosing rather than them doing it as it quote; "takes far too much of our time and space to deal with...."
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Probably the screen connector or the screen is broken, goto the store where you bought it to ask if it is possible to repair. If it
is less than 2 years old, the store should repair it under the warranty.
If the camera was bought new and is less than a year old, return to the store where you bought it and ask about warranty repair, or call the Samsung from the paperwork inside the box.
The camera sounds like it has a stuck lens, either from being dropped or maybe getting sand/dirt into the lens gears and jamming it up. There's not much you are going to be able to do with it, lenses are very delicate and complex. Some may tell you to blow compressed air into it or bang it on the table, you can do these things if you like and don't mind risking further damage to your camera.
So: Less than a year old? Warranty repair. More than a year old? Might have to pay Samsung for repair, I don't see refurbished lenses available for this model and a new lens would be about $125 or more. Hope this helps.
Thomas Drayton Owner, Darntoothysam.com Digital Camera Repair
ohh hp pavillion have 2 year warranty on the motherboard, but dont do it yourself, just call the customer care and ask them to resolve the issue, as system is still in warranty period, dont void the warranty yourself
There is a circuit board at the top in the back called the t-con board. Check that the connectors are in snuggly. Also check connections on the main board from t-con board. If not that it could t-con board itself of panel. Also is the tv menu affected when this happens, if not then definatly problem is main board. if so could be t-con board ,main board or even panel itself. also check and replace any swolen capacitors on the power board.
You should try this link: http://driverscollection.com/?H=Qosmio%20E10&By=Toshiba
There you can find the drivers you need for your computer, go to the second page and you will find the Audio, Lan, Modem and Video for your pc. Download them all, make sure that they are viruses free by scanning them and then install them.
Tell me if the link works for you, or if you need help.
My egg cooker stopped working, so I took the unit apart. To answer your question, I did not see a fuse inside. One way to tell if it is a power problem to the mother board is to observe whether the LEDs light up or not after pressing the switches. If the LEDs don't light, there could be something wrong with either a power component or a power connection.
In my case, the toaster worked fine. Usually these problems are caused by loose connections. Sometimes it is not obvious where the loose connection is. All I did was loosen and re-connect the wires to the egg cooker and also to the board they came from. I also shined up the toast slide button copper connections with a nail file. This was just a precaution, since the toast slide button had to be working (i.e. it still toasted, just didn't cook an egg).
So far, it seems to be working, but time will tell. If the problem was due to something other than a loose connection, it will happen again.
I had the same problem, what you need to do is call Pamela Saunders at
Toshiba Corporate in Irving, CA and she will get it repaired for you at
no cost to you regardless of warranty. This is a bad batch of computers.