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My screen keeps blacking out, we actually have to
The fault may be a broken ribbon cable that connect the screen to the motherboard. Less likely is that the connector is loose on the motherboard. The connectors are normally very well seated and don't normally come loose.
One thing that you must do, is that if you can get the screen working, even once, save all your important files and pictures onto an external device, such as a USB stick.
I wanted to install windows
to start with win xp is no longer supported by Microsoft as is win 7
that means that any faults will not be rectified so if it doesn't install correctly after a couple of attempts up grade to win 8 or win 10
many programs will now not run on xp as they all modified to run win 7 or later
I Am Using An Asus
Check and secure the hard drive to make sure that the jolt did not mess up the connection to the mo bo. Then go into the bios to make sure that the drive is being recognized. If not recognized then you will get no boot up and it is possible it may have been damaged via the drop.
To confirm hard drive condition remove it and plug it into any desk top computer and see if it is recognized. If so perhaps the mo bo got damaged.
Laptop will power on but hdd led goes out and
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Service manuals are difficult to get a hold of, only option www.asus.com
contact customer support and the technical department.
Fn button not responding, touch pad not zooming/scrolling etc
first off thry this go to control panel and then system and click on device manager and see if there are any yellow circles or triangles on any of the devices if so you can right click that device and either update or roll back the driver
hope this helps
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