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You do not give enough details about what the problem is and why you need to reboot. Reboot simple means restart, but if the computer is frozen or will not start at all there are specific solutions. Here is an advent support forum that may have answers for you. http://www.adventsupport.com/
This page is about Advent desktop reboot but try these things anyway. The last step to take out the power means also taking out the the battery in the case of a laptop. Good luck http://www.ehow.com/how_4815320_reboot-advent-computer.html
Well... in your case you have two possible solutions:
1. Download the driver on the oficial web of the equipment.
2. The webcam maybe it not compatible with the system on your netbook (if the cam connect by usb) or if upgrade the system. Ej. XP to Vista
W7 comes with thousands of drivers pre-installed. If it is compatable with W7 it will automatically install the required driver. Have you plugged it in and allowed W7 to try to install it for you? There are other solutions also if this doesn't work.
Not knowing where you live, I'm not sure where to point you. But try this link online: http://www.ipc-computer.eu/?gclid=CKrVs7WcxJkCFQ9JagodhFQ3vA
If that doesn't pan out, browse this page and see if another supplier doesn't turn up...http://www.google.com/search?q=Advent+4211+laptop+parts&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a
Hinges are a tough thing to come by, I'm afraid. You might check your local repair shops and see if they'd be willing to let you trade up to another laptop.. They could move everything over for you and you'd have the added rush of a newer machine. Or you could apply the Red & Green approach, crude and ugly but effective: Duct tape or strapping tape.... (I'm just kidding) I think the web is your best resource, but you may have to buy the whole case...unless you can get a line on the manufacturer for Advent and see if they have spare parts. I hope this helps.
Your current motherboard is an mATX form factor. I recommend staying with that form factor for your new motherboard if staying with your current case. When upgrading to the new board you choose don't forget that you may need to upgrade the power supply unit also. You should upgrade to either a socket AM2+ board with dual core amd cpu or socket 775 board with Intel Duo Core2 cpu.