Question about Lenovo 3000 N100 0689 Notebook
Hello thinstatic, No extended warranty and this is happening to two levono pc that I bought two weeks apart. Levono saying that this problem never occured before. No spill, drop, etc. it just started doing this problem maybe a month apart. One PC was bought for my dad and other for cousing, different household. kinda strange to happen at the same time and being bought about the same time. Is it hard to do what you suggested to do? I have multy meter (Fluke meter) that I use for home purpose.
I troubleshot my problem. and this is what I did.
I "overdischarged" the battery.
I took the battery out of the laptop, wiped it down with a clean DRY cloth, blew on the connectors, to eliminate any dust, etc.
Put battery back into the laptop, plugged in the AC adapter let charge for over an hour.
surprise, !!! it all started working again. ;-)
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
I also have exactly the same problem in my lenovo 3000 N100. When I switched it on after two days (it had shut down without a problem) nothing was happening except a blinking signal and no sound/ display at all.
I am living in Saudi Arabia. A technician has diagnosed to replace the motherboard. Cost of motherboard in the agency is little less than price of a new laptop. Please suggest if your problem is solved. my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
It is odd that its happening with two different systems...a couple of things to consider: Were they purchased at the same store? Are they the same motherboard roll out(Intel CPU in both, or AMD CPU in both, same features?), are the manufacturer's model numbers identical?(The systems should have a label on the bottom that states a more specific model number). If these systems were purchased from the same store, or even just close to the same time, its possible its a bad shipment of systems, or something occurred within the dealer's store that caused the issue. If at all possible, you might contact the store and see if anyone else has reported the same issue.
While its not terribly difficult to diagnose a power issue by testing the motherboard with a multimeter, I can only recommend trying it if you have experience in PCB, electronics, or laptop repair - there are a whole list of things that can go wrong in the process.
An alternative may be to take one of the systems to a computer repair shop to have it diagnosed; Might be costly, but worth it.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
My lenovo 300 N100 when turnned on the laptop from charger only one time blink and turneed off and stop the mother board fan.\r\n\r\nplease help me.......................sir
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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