Question about E-Machines M5313 PC Notebook
There is usually more than one possibility,
1. the lcd cable has frayed from the continued opening and closing, 2. one or both of the ram chips have malfunctioned, you can fix this by removing one of the chips, restarting, mixing and matching the different slots with different chips, MAKE SURE YOU INSERT IT AT A 40 DEGREE ANGLE until it has fitted in snugly, then push it down, or you can damage the motherboard connectors.
3.most likely the graphics chip has overheated and the solder has melted and lost it's joints on the motherboard. you can either reflow the bga (this doesn't always fix it, or undoes itself if not done properly, or replace the graphics chip, or change the motherboard. here are some useful videos:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhxOVh2sbl8
if you are in london, i can refer you to a company that does reballing, if otherwise, call around local repair shops for reball peace, abz
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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