I've had many problems with my M2, is the engineering rubbish? never could understand how a modern notebook battery/ motherboard could only last 1 year . All this 1 month out of warranty and the machine died completely, i could hear capacitors making all kinds of noise and since then it randomly works for 3 months at a time..never buying a tosh again! It's a shame the machine is light and easy to use..just failure prone.
Might go a Dell simply cos i am typing this on a 10 year old Dell Inspiron 7000 (a time when computers were built to last it seems) with more battery life than any new notebook! ahhhhgggg
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There should be a reset button on the bottom right corner on the back of the case. You may need a paper clip or something to reach in and press it. Make sure the unit is charged (using the AC adapter) and then press the reset and power for 4 seconds, then release the reset button.
Hi, it seems that battery is totally discharged, that could be the reason of dead table. It should be good if you could check the connectors where the internal charger cable is connected, maybe one or both are damaged too.
switch off.wait for 5 mins.
connect to pc or laptop with usb cable.
press & hold power button till it turns on then off.
press power button for 3 secs.it should work.
if no luck try this-
switch on by pressing power button while holding volume + and -.
keep hold of both until powers on.
can take few mins.
The power adapter may be faulty. Whenyou connect the power adapter into the laptop, does the power LED lightup? If not then -
The battery adapter or the adapter's power lead or the laptop's powersocket could be faulty.
Check power adapter's DCplug that connects into the laptop power socket with a multi-meter, the voltageshould be slightly higher than the voltage that is printed on the label on thebottom of the adapter. If the voltage is zero or way below the voltage that isprinted on the label then the power adapter is faulty and needs to be replaced.
Try firstly removing the laptop's
battery as it may be at a critical voltage and the system will not
start because of it. Plug in your ac adaptor and monitor what
happens. Does the power light illuminate? If it does it should then
boot up, if it doesn't, try a known good ac adaptor before going any
further. If the adaptor is fine then you have a mother board fault
and should contact a dealer/repairer for further advice. Hope this
have you had any power surges lately?
Try taking the battery out of the laptop and starting just on power.
if this doesnt help then take battery and power and leave laptop for few hours then try again on only power or battery.
Please have a look through the following links, to help diagnose the problem your 'beep error code' is trying to alert you to.
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The backlight is broken. These are small flourescent tube lights about the width of a pencil lead. You dropped the laptop and the bulb broke. It will have to be replaced. The driver has nothing to do with your problem, reinstalling it will not get your picture back.