We are trying to fit coving into the last corner of a room that is not completely square so the 45 degree angle is not right - what do we do? Please help we are on our last strip of coving and very desperate!!!!! thanks for your help tracy
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Re: how to fit coving on an unsquare room
You could cut A Fine Slice Of Coving, to the Missing Shape ( wedged Et,c )
Slide it in With A little Coving Adhesive, wipe the surpluss Adhesive, And you,ll never notice once it,s Painted.
Or you can fill it with polyfiller or Similar, and ripple it to look like the Covings finish.
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Hi, After shutting down, removing the power cord and the battery, turn the laptop upside down. About two-thirds of the back of the case is one
removable lid. The lid retains its 9
screws. Remove the screws.
The RAM sticks are stacked square in the
middle. The RAMs are held by 2 clasps. Gently pull them outwards and the RAM would pop up to a 45 degree angle and you can pull them out easily. Note the cut at the bottom part of the RAM and place/ slide in the New RAMs accordingly and just press them to snap them in place.
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The memory compartment is dead center of the bottom of the case. open the access door and look at the modules in their slots. On either side of the module you will see a silver arm that flexes. Pull these arms off to the outside away from the module. The module will flip up at a 45 degree angle. Pull the module from the slot at that 45 degree angle. To insert the module back into the slot, go at the slot at that same 45 degree angle and push into the slot until it "seats", it only goes in one way because of a "keyway" slot cut into the bottom where the gold contacts are. Once you have "seated" it, push the module straight down and the arms will snap into place. If you are replacing both, make sure to put the bottom one in first, then the top.
When you turn your laptop to different angles can you see extremely faint graphics? Try shining a bright light at it an turn it at a 60 degree angle to your eyes. If you can see any graphics then your inverter board is bad. It it located just below the screen in front of the keyboard. The inverter itself is very inexpensive (about $12). Having someone install it shouldn't take more than 45 minutes. Let me know if this helps you.
I'm thinking when was the last time you reformatted? I know it's a hassel but it comes the time when you have no choice. Do you have your audio coming from the screen? It so then I would try speakers. They're cheap enough these days. If this works then I would be hopeful that your screen is still under warranty.If not then you may need to pull your laptop apart and replace the sound card.
Perhaps your connections on the inside have come loose. It may warrant you take it to a specialist to check it over before it gets any worse. Some other person was on here some time ago who had a similar problem and all it was is the switch in the lid. Apparently they tinkered with it by just kept on pushing it back and forwards as if to continue to open it and it came right they tell me that they hardly used it thats why!.