When i power down it wont switch on again, the fan goes crazy and nothing happens if i keep switching on and off it eventually gives me a blue screen of death, but i cant read the instructions as the screen size is too large. tried to restart with the recovery dvd but it doesnt help.
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Re: amilo xa series
The fan speed is controlled by the processor and BIOS. It is on full speed when it starts, but the processor turns it down again as soon as it starts to run.
Could be loose memory modules or the processor heatsink has come loose. Try taking off the back compartments and check everything is fitted OK.
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OverheatingWhen the CPU overheats then it will shut down (i.e. thermaloverload) and won't boot up again until it has cooled down. If this is theproblem is not fixed then the CPU will eventually fail. A faulty fan causes the problem or the fan and heat sink assembly are cloggedwith dust. Check the CPU fan to see if it spins freely, if not replace the fan. If the fan and heat sink is clogged with dust the remove the dust and make surethe vents are clear and dust free. Use a small brush and can of compressed airto do this.
As no specific model was made available, here is a list of current laptop wireless button positons.
Acer Extensa 2000/2500 Series --- Far right launch button above the keyboard Acer Travelmate C Series ---Far left hot key and then choose WLAN from menu that appears Acer Aspire 1000 Series --Launch Keys above the keyboard Acer Aspire 1640Z ---- Launch Keys above the keyboard Acer Aspire 1690 ---- Launch Keys above the keyboard Acer Aspire 2000 Series ---- Button on the front of the laptop Acer Aspire 2012 ---- Launch Keys above the keyboard Acer Ferrari 3000 ---- Button on the front of the laptop Acer Ferrari 3020 ---- Button on the front of the laptop Acer Ferrari 3400 ---- Button on the front of the laptop Acer Ferrari 4000 ---- Button on the front of the laptop Advent 7086 ---- Button next to the power button Advent 7096 ---- Button next to the power button Advent 7100 ---- Fn / F2 Advent 7104 ---- Fn / F2 Advent 7201 ---- wireless key top right and then Fn / F2 Advent 8117 ---- small slide switch on the front of laptop Asus ---- Fn / F2 (some models may have a switch) BenQ Joybook 5000u-d09 ---- Fn / F12 Compaq Armada Services ---- Not Wireless Compact presario ---- Button on the back Compact presario M2000 ---- Button above the keyboard (antenna icon on button) Dell Inspiron series ---- Fn / F2 Dell Inspiron 500M ---- Fn / F2 Dell Inspiron 600M ---- Fn / F2 Dell Inspiron 1510 ---- Fn / F2 Dell Inspiron 5100 ---- NOT WIRELESS Dell Inspiron 6000 ---- Fn / F2 Dell Inspiron 8600 ---- Fn / F2 Dell Inspiron 9300 ---- Fn / F2 Dell Latitude D400 ---- Fn / F2 Dell Latitude D500 ---- Fn / F2 Dell Latitude D600 ---- Fn / F2 Dell Latitude D610 ---- Fn / F2 Dell Latitude D620 ---- Fn / F2 Dell Latitude D800 ---- Fn / F2 Dell Latitude X300 ---- Fn / F2 Dell Vostro 1500 ---- big button on left side at rear no FN combo to activate e-machines M series ---- Fn / F2 E-System 3115 ---- Slide switch on front of laptop Also has Fn / F5 function Fujitsu Siemens Amilo A Series ---- Button above the keyboard on top right Fujitsu Siemens Amilo D Series ---- Button above the keyboard on top right Fujitsu Siemens Amilo K Series ---- Not Wireless Fujitsu Siemens Amilo L/EL Series ---- Fn / F1 to turn on/off Fujitsu Siemens Amilo La Series ---- Fn / F2 to turn on / off Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Li Series ---- Easy launch button (one of 3) on top of keyboard Gateway Laptop ---- Switch on side and then Fn / F2 HP nc4000 ---- Button above keyboard HP nc4010 ---- Button above keyboard HP nc4220 ---- Button on left next to USB port HP nc6000 ---- Button above keyboard HP nc6220 ---- Button above keyboard HP nx9010 ---- Button on front HP omnibook 6200 ---- Button on the left IBM T43 ---- Fn / F5 IBM X32 ---- Fn / F5 Lenevo ---- button on the front Medion ---- Fn / F1 Packard Bell EasyNote E2 ---- Fn / F1 packard bell: easy-note MV46/008 ---- Fn / F1 to turn on/off packard bell MZ36-U024 ---- Fn / F2 to activate Sharp Laptops ---- Fn / F2 to activate Sony Viao ----- Button on the front or right hand side or slide switch Sony VAIO VGN-AX570G ---- Front left button Targa Companion 811 ---- Fn / F2 Toshiba Eqium Series ---- Slide switch on front of laptop Toshiba Libretto Series ---- Slide switch on Left hand side Toshiba M1 ---- Switch on left towards front Toshiba M2 ---- Switch on left towards front Toshiba Portege Series ---- Slide switch on the left hand side Toshiba Qosmio Series ---- Slide switch on the left hand side Toshiba Quantium Series ---- Slide switch on the left hand side Toshiba R100 ---- Switch on right hand side Toshiba Satego Series ----- Slide Switch on the right hand side Toshiba Satelitte ---- On the Front under lip then Fn / F8 Toshiba Satellite Pro ---- On the Side or front Toshiba Tecra 2100 ---- Switch on left Toshiba TE2000 ---- Switch on left
This happens when the CPU overheats and shuts down (ie thermal overload) and won't boot up again until it has cooled down. If the problem is not rectified, eventually the CPU will fail.
The problem is caused by a faulty CPU fan and or the fan and heat sink assembly is clogged with dust. The switch mode power supply fan may also be faulty or clogged with dust.
Check the CPU fan, if it does not spin freely then replace it. Also loosen and vacuum the dust off the heat sink.
Check the switch mode power supply fan, if it is faulty replace the fan or better still replace the power supply.
On some of the Amilo Models, the Wi-Fi button is actually a key combination on the keyboard. Have a look for a key with the wireless symbol on it - looks a bit like an antenna, and hold Fn while you press that key. Your Wireless should come back on.
Fujitsu's can be odd, cause the hardware button (mentioned above) doesn't actually disable the driver in Windows, just turns it off so no connections appear.
Can you try switching on without the wireless mini pci card . but exercise care while disconnecting the thin two wires named MAIN & AUX from WLAN card .It is easy to remove this and you dont have to disassemble the entire notebook for this
If so, unplug it from the wall charger, remove the battery and wait 5 minutes. Then plug the unit back in, leaving the battery out. Attempt to power up. You may lose what work you hadn't saved from the previous use, but nothing else.
If that doesn't work, it's possible that
A) power socket isn't completely connected to the motherboard anymore, so
B) battery isn't charging properly, or
C) the wall charger has gone bad.
I'd say you're in hibernation tho.