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Hi, try..... it worked for me. Power Button Lockout is displayed.The
monitor's Power Button Lockout function is enabled. Press
and hold the power button for 10 seconds to unlock the power
You open the case by laying it on its side, pressing two buttons, and
folding it open like a book.We found it awkward to simultaneously press
two large release buttons and lift the case open, and we encountered
some uncomfortable resistance in swinging it all the way open.
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Please note that any noise is from the Hard Disk, if yes then your system should slow down while its get booted up that represent the HDD problem,If not try with RAM if the laptop is not under warrenty remove the ram from the slot and reinsert and try again
hi how you doing and welcome to fixya i might be able to help out but i need 2 more bites of information
1) are ou sure you have only 2mb of ram ?
2 ) what is the speed of your note book in MHz or GHz
did you try to clean up your browser like goto tools and internet options and browsing history hit delete and a option screen should pop up hit delete all ....this will reduce the cookies and stuff in the computer .....did you also try a defrag?
if you only have 2mb of ram right there is your problem but i do not hink so please write back and let me know il try to help you out
Buy a dianostics card, and find out if its the RAM, CPU, OR Motherboard.
(sounds like a ram or CPU problem though)
if you have more than one stick of ram in the system, take one out, and power it up, if still not response, to the other stick out, and put the stick you took out the first time, and put it back in.