Turned on my Avertec 3200 one morining and it would't start. Pushed power on, nothing, but I did hear faint high pitch sound. Tried sleep function key, nothing. Green light is on. Know it isn't power cord or battery, have two Avertec's. Is this hardware problem?
I have an Averatec 7100, about 2years old. Sometimes it will start, boot up completely, wait about 5 minutes then shut off. power cord is fine, battery 100%, other times it won't come on at all. searching for answers. any solutions let me know. I have no idea how to resolve this problem without sending it back. thats what best buy [email protected]
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If laptops do not come with an installation disc, sometimes there is a setting in the BIOS which will allow reseting to factory settings. When the computer is first turned on, it will usually provide a specific key to access the BIOS or setup screen.
Ooops, if ntldr is missing, it means your operating system is dead. You should reinstall windows from cd. Must get into Bios to select first boot device as Cd and then press f10 and yes. When you start your lap it says you what key press to get to Bios or boot menager.
After I found the manual somewhere on the internet, I realized that it is already available here. (Lucky you!)
I could not find a specific manual for your Aquos TV (which model?). Look into your manual, and see if there is an option to connect via VGA of HDMI for video If you want to use your TV speakers, it depends what audio input options you have on your TV. You might need a cable like this:
The red/white connectors into your TV, the 2.5mm plug into your computer.
You didn't mention the model so here's some information that might help you with the dis-assembly process. You might want to use a digital camera to document your dis-assembly. The pix will make it a lot easier to do the re-assembly. PS, when you finally get it back together and working, invest in a good CRD (Cable Retention Device) to take the strain off the pin and keep you from having to do the job again. I use and recommend this product.
It could be your Power Supply or your CMOS Battery is dead. For Power Supply, you can test by try to connect your Power Cord without battery to see for any PowerPush. If it is still not on then you can check your CMOS Battery for any failure by test the good one from other similar laptop since you had two. I hope this help.
I can't find step by step instructions for dismantling your laptop (I found them for a Toshiba), but in general the CMOS battery on any PC is on the motherboard (this includes laptop motherboards). You'll have to take the system apart, including taking the keyboard out, etc. etc. to get to it.
Take a look at how a Toshiba 6100 is taken apart for an example:
It's not for the faint of heart so I'd recommend taking it to a local repair shop ...