Fired up my laptop today and every time I press a key it opens up either the start panel or a new tab if in IE. It also keeps opening up different shortcut dialogue boxes and switches between Caps lock on/off. It was fine when I left it yesterday, its in a dry warm room and there hasnt been any liquid near it.
It also works fine with my wireless keyboard and mouse, the problem only arises if I try to use the keyboard.
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Or the battery compartment, Sometimes the plastics are held together by little tabs, that usually break, Try a old Credit Card to work arould the edges. With a lot of light and patiences you will get it open. Try here for a Service/User manual: http://www.medion.com/gb/service/download/manual.php
Firstly you will need to have all the drivers you need for whichever operating system you are using and copy them to CD. Download from http://www.medion.co.uk/ Now you need your windows CD start laptop with cd in and you'll get a message saying press any key to boot from CD/DVD. Now just follow instructions to format and reinstall operating system. Now in stall all your drivers and laptop should be working like brand new
it sounds like there is a short on your motherboard.your graphics card might be bad.or lcd screen.when you hook up a external monitor do you wait till everything is booted.wait 5 min then hook up the crt monitor.hold down fn then the button with the monitors.if none of this works then your graphics card is going bad.if it keeps restarting then there is a chipset problem or a short.best bet is to get a new laptop.save the harddrive and the ram,cd player,battery.you can sell these or buy the same type of laptop.and use these parts.
First i reccomend checking the power cable and seeing if there are no short circuits or breaks in the circuit. - to do this unscrew the end of the power cable - this part wares out often and costs about 50 cents to replace.
hi..go and try to find the (Control Panel) then double click the icon of name is (Network Connections) then find the wireless LAN connection..if you have wireless connection u need configuration..if not no have wireless connection you need re-install the LAN card driver..Thanks and good luck..^_^
1. Press start button.
2. In the "serch programs and files" tab typen in youcam. This will open
up the webcam.
3. Once it is opened it will create a temporary icon on the task bar at
the bottom of you desktop.
4. Click on this icon and you will have an option to pin it to the
program to the taskbar, select this option and you will be able to
easily start the launch of the program at any time.
Note: I really do not understand when Medion have not put direction for
the webcam in the instruction manual!!!!!
1. It can be a screw loose inside the unit shorting something out. 2. The AC Port is damaged and needs to be re soldered. 3. Bad motherboard.
I've seen this be a bad motherboard more than not, however it has been the other 2 options from time to time. Most likely need to take it apart and you can see if it's the first 2 and if not than your board is bad.
I could not find a breakdown for you laptop. But from a picture I saw on the web, I could tell you that it is probably the same as most laptop. First, there are screws under the round inserts. You need to pry those up and stick the aside ,in order to put them back when you finish.
Then remove the screws, usually 4 on each corner of the screen. Some laptops have 2 screws on top of the screen near the latch.
Then you need to pry the front bezel off the screen. You can use a small straight screw driver. Carefully (as not to scratch the case) insert the screw driver and pry the bezel away from the back casing of the LCD.
Once you have the bezel off you will see the screws that hold the actual LCD screen in, remove them and lift the LCD out. You will have to un-hook the cable from the System board to get the screen completely out. Then install the new screen. Please remember to rate all users who assist you for free :)