Am using acer travelmate its fine but i did a small mistake....am connected it to another cpu through lcd card..
means from my laptop back side i got a vga port i gave the connection to cpu vga port from that time it is not switching on atall what happend to my laptop..
plz help me on this....
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most likely you have a faulty LCD screen, the only option u have is to replaced it or u can use a external LCD screen to act as screen for your laptop. you'll be needing a VGA cable to connect your laptop to any LCD screen available.
See if there is an error beep. If there is an erro beep, then change main board. Power off. Then check if RAM CPU BIOS are well-connected. Press Fn+F5 three times slowly LCD FPC LCD inverter LCD USB does not work correctly USB device cable is firmly connected into the USB ports. Test
NOise coming from?? Screen do not show anything is Possible problem of LCD, LCD BULB, INVERTER, CPU, MEMORY, OR GRAPHIC CARD. Issue. Try external for make sure if you get picture Your GRAPHIC CARD, MEMORY, CPU is fine.
If sound is coming from FAN system, That is need to be clean(or Change), Or HDD makes sound that is Coming to DUE.
think the problem will be due to any hardware mistakes or battery problem
if it is hardware problem u have to give ur laptop for repairing
if it is a small problem it will not cost more and for more contact http://www.techbuddies.org
The official upgrade slot is located on the bottom of the laptop and is
easy to find. Just unscrew the small cover and there it is.
The other slot requires you to unscrew the two screen bracket screws.
Once you have done this, between ESC and F1, F4 and F5 and F12 and
PrtSc there are small plastic rings. Put a biro nib into these and pull
down. They will pop down. You can now remove the plastic cover.
Unscrew the two screws marked "L9" on the bottom of the laptop which
are located at the top of the memory cover. Now you can remove the
keyboard. Underneath the keyboard is the second RAM slot. The SiS 650
chipset supports a max of 1GB per memory slot and since this laptop has
two slots that means 2GB of RAM. I've used Kingston DDR400 PC 3200
You can also upgrade the CPU - the fastest CPU available is the
Pentium-M 2.6GHz. Nothing faster will work - trust me on this. It must
be a Pentium 4 Northwood architecture CPU with a 400MHz FSB. Standard
P4 Northwood CPUs with the metal shim won't fit - unless you know a way
of removing the shim without destroying the CPU. Best to stick with a
Pentium mobile (Pentium 4 M) chip. Look on Ebay for these.
Of course the hard disk can also be upgraded - a 200GB 7200RPM 2.5" drive works a treat. Non SATA of course.
You can add wireless and USB 2.0 using PCMCIA carbus cards. I use a
StarTech 54mbps wireless card with the RAlink chipset and a NEC USB 2.0
card with 4 USB ports. Both cards fit in at the same time.
If you know how to disassemble your PC, check all the connections from the video card, memory card etc. clean the part that you have removed then return it back again. if you're not sure disassembling it, bring it to a computer guy to help you.