Every time I get in the middle of my work for my class or use the computer for a period of time, I loose all infomation and the screen goes completely blue. It has had a new hard drive installed, new port installed and a new battery installed. What could be causing it to do that?
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Re: Model #3522GZ gateway lap top
There may be two things you have to check one is ram and other is processor
Ram may be not connected well in the ram slot and also the dust in the ram , first clean the ram and fix into the ram slot and check it.
The processor is the not fixed well in the motherboard and processor fan is not connected well in the upside of the processor.remove the fan and the processor and clean it and fix it again into the board and fix the fan. now check it . if the prob comes again please inform to fixya.com
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I haven't heard about anyone doing it without a technical education in computer science.
It is not like you can buy a transformer cable for it. Are the sata drive from another laptop or a desktop model?
Because if it is from a desktop model you never will get it to fit anyway.
Go into your power settings and disable sleep or hibernate mode. It's OK to have the screen blank after a period of time. Make sure you make this setting under AC power and ensure the laptop is plugged in to wall socket.
Some searching on forums convinced me the inverter had failed. Picked one up for $65, removed the frame around the screen, removed the mounting screw for the inverter, and unplugged both ends of the old and plugged in the new. Put it back togeher and fired it up, bright again. Key here was that a remote monitor still worked which meant video card was OK. The lamp could have been bad, but apparently the life of lamps is pretty decent.
If you laptop has had 4 repairs under your service plan bring it back to your Best Buy store and tell them to honor their "No Lemon" policy. Normally after the 3rd repair you can do a junk out exchange and get a new laptop.