Question about Averatec D1002UHCE-1 All-In-One Intel Desktop PC - Intel Core 2 Duo E4600 2.4GHz, 2GB, 320GB, DVDRW
Replacement power cord
Posted by Anonymous on
SOURCE: how to get inside Averatec
remove the 4 screws from the stand, remove the 5 screws from the back, remove the 3 screws from the bottom. The back will now lift off. There are 7 screws around a silver aluminum cover on the inside. Remove them and lift the cover off and you will see the ram. Also, not where the wires run under the aluminum piece so as to not kink or cut them when reassembling.
FYI, same instructions apply for upgrading the CPU, GPU, and Hard drive ( although the aluminum piece doesn't have to come off to change out the Hard drive). I have put a 1.5 Tb drive in with an Intel E7400 C2D cpu and 4 Gb ram. My next upgrade will be to an ATI HD 3650 MXM type II gpu. (actually already ordered one but it arrived damaged).
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
Is the power supply dead? My died after only 6 months (same model of all in one). My research suggests many people are having similiar issues with this model.
I have contacted averatec and they are very very slow to respond. In my case, the power supply needs to be replaced, and unfortunately its a very specific size so it will need to be the correct model.
After looking inside, I've realized the power supply unit is extremely shotty, so I'm not even sure I want to replace mine with the factory replacement. I took it to best buy and they quoted $350 to replace it; also not worth it.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
SOURCE: I have an averatec D1002UHCE-1
Clarification - I have the same problem. Keep in mind that this is an All-in-one. There is no cable from PC to monitor. PC is built into the monitor. I suspect that the motherboard needs to be replaced, since even if it is the graphics adapter, it's on the motherboard...
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
I had this issue too... it is the windows update... do not install the windows update for the webcam. If you do, the PC no longer sees it as a webcam and it will not work. Start by going in and rolling back the driver (I think it comes up as a 2870 device or something). If that doesn't do the trick, then uninstall the device thru control panel. Go get the driver from Trigem and reinstall it. Hope it helps.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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