The other day as i was moving my laptop i hit the back of the laptop against an object. The collision was not hard and there is no evidence on the shell of any impact. But the piece inside the laptop that the adapter would insert into is not there. I dont know the name of the piece. The adapter is still working, the light is coming on.
How bad is the situation?
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If the peice you are refering to is the PCMCIA slot, as long as you don't need to use it you'll be ok, but if you want to put in a wireless card for example you will have to use a USB type wireless dongle instead.
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sounds like your boot record on hard drive is bad or hard drive turn on computer and hit like f10 or f12 it will tell you right after asus screen what key to hit for restore, if this doesn,t work hard drive is bad. hope this was helpful
I would disconnect the laptop and run system restore, and turn back the system a few days and see if the system comes back to normal. To get to system restore, click on start button > programs > accessories > system tools > system restore. This will only restore the laptop back as far as you want, this is not a complete "you lose everything", this will only go back a few days if that is what you want.
In any collision, there are always four quantities which are the same for both objects involved in the collision. Each object experiences the same force (Newton's third law) for the same amount of time, leading to the same impulse, and subsequently the same momentum change. Only the acceleration and the velocity change can differ for the two objects. The object with the least mass always receives the greatest velocity change and acceleration.
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