Question about Acer TravelMate 292LCi Notebook
Hello. Laptops have a numerous protections and warning systems. It is good that the thing makes sounds, beeps or whatever. If it hadn't and something got rong then i would suspect a hardware failure on the motherboard (burned out components, short circuits or open circuits and so on). You should however take it to a service center to have it examined. By twisting it you may accidentally make an undesired contact between component. The thing beeps because of a failure in stabilising a tension on a chip related to power on signals. It hasn't anything to do with the battery altrought both battery and ac power are controlled by the same chip when it comes to powering on signals. This isn't a hard to fix defect nor an expensive one. There are probabbly, as you say, some faulty contacts. Don't worry about the beeps and errors, they are safety issues.
Posted on Feb 01, 2007
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