My fujitsu lifebook e7010 doesnt always turn on properly
Hi i recently brought a fujitsu siemens e7010 and i find it doesnt always show a picture on the screen but always powers on and cd drive spins when cd is in,i know it works as sometimes it turns on then crashes and the picture wobbles but other times i have to hold it on its side to get it to display the picture does anyone know what could be wrong with it many thanks
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This may cause by an electrical charge in the motherboard itself,Im not really sure how it affects the display of the computer.There's also a possibility that the problem is with the LCD cable or the LCD itself. Please follow this method since it usually fix such problem like that,
1.Removed the battery then unplugged the AC adapter
2.Press and hold the power button or the ON/OFF button for at least 30 seconds
3.Connect the power supply back to your computer then turn it back on.
4. Check if you will see any difference.
5. If nothing happens, try to press and hold Fn and F2 on the keyboard.
If nothing happens, there is a possibility that the problem is with the LCD or monitor itself, maybe it will need a replacement...
I hope this information will be helpful. Thank you for using FixYa...
check for updates on fujitsu web.. it seems you have to flash the bios.. (when it beeps in most cases there is hardware problem... proc, ram, hard drive, or even mother board... check with manufacture if he had post some of the new updates for your laptop
Sorry, but there's no real way to troubleshoot this without actually having the device. The problem you describe could be anything from a simple corrupted system32 driver or MBR (master boot record), to a hardware failure. The simplest thing you could try is to boot from your OS installation CD/DVD, reinstall the OS, and re-install your applications. Next would be to re-format the boot drive and restore your data from your most recent backup. Sorry I don't have better news for you.
Right click on my computer icon then click on property then ->hardware ->device manager
then check there is any cd/ dvd drive showing in list. If you can see your cd /dvd driver then uninstall it. then restart computer. But if you cant seen then you need to refix your cd dvd rom. For that pull your cd drive from laptop but make sure there is 1 lock system near rom just press that lock and pull drive then refix it.
If you can, connect a different CD/DVD drive and change your Boot Priority to boot from here first.
Insert your XP disc, and using the CD's settings, delete all partitions and reformat the drive (NTFS). Start the installation and see what happens.
If you have already done this, or it doesn't work. Check how scratched the CD is. As long as it's not a manufacturer's revovery disc, you could ask someone if you could borrow their XP installation disc.
A good way to get rid of minor scratches on your CD's, is to spray them lightly with furniture polish (with beeswax). Leave for a minute, then using a very clean dust cloth, gently clean the cd from the middle to the outside. N.B. never clean the cd in a circle motion, i.e rubbing.
check to see if lid switch is functioning correctly if possible.
if **thing seen,** change ,inverter board needs replacing.
you've tried changing moniter so it isnt cable connections internal or external.
you're **t hearing any beeps so it isnt video,mem or hd.