Some regular notebook operating problems and fixes them. All work is assumed that Windows is fully updated and the problem still occurs. If the item re-quires turn off your system and you can not do that, press and hold the power button for five seconds. HOW to solve unexpected problems REBOOTS Unexpected PC (also called uncommanded) PC reboots often occur because the Windows OS is set by default to reboot the system failure . A restart may also occur because the updates will automatically restart the system, but it is something that you should be warned about. If you do not install the update before reboot, you should determine the cause of system failures before things get worse. A rare, but possible, problem is the BIOS incompatibility. If you upgrade to the new version of Windows on an older notebook, check with the manufacturer to see if you need to update the BIOS. Another cause of the reboot is a software or hardware bug or incompatible drivers. If the problem started after installing any hardware or software, or when you open a particular program, check with the manufacturer / developer to update. Other cause during operation of the power system reboot or heat. We recommend professional services for electrical problems. However, the heat build-up is something that can be done to solve yourself.
HOW TO PREVENT OVERHEATING Locate air vents and do not rest your notebook for anything blocking it. Also, check for dust blocking the vents. With the engine turned off and the battery removed, trying to extract the dust with tweezers or a cotton swab dipped in alcohol light. If dirt or dust through the vents start, mini vacuum (USB) would be useful. We do not recommend compressed in this step, because you can rotate the fan blades and cause excessive damage. If this does not resolve the problem, contact your computer’s manual for cleaning instructions. If you can not find the instructions and wanted to try it, shut down and unplug the notebook, remove the battery, and remove the screws on the bottom that can allow you to access your computer. Ground yourself by using a wrist strap or touch a grounded unpainted surfaces often before trying to remove the object from the notebook. If you choose to use compressed turn around to clean up your system, insert a toothpick between two fan blades to prevent excessive spinning.
HOW to troubleshoot shutdown ISSUES
If you install new software or new hardware and your computer will not shut down normally, there the possibility that the driver or the process associated with the new addition is causing the problem. Uninstall the software or hardware. If your computer shuts down normally, you can consult with the developer / manufacturer for a possible solution to install Windows problem. If not closed when you’d expect, the solution may be as simple Adjust your power settings. Right-click the battery icon in the System Tray and select Power Options. I like to tweak settings Choose What Closing the lid to break the corpse Does.
HOW NOTEBOOKA notebook – one which failed to start (no BIOS message) when you press the power button can result a number of things. Check to see if the notebook starts when you plug the AC adapter. If so, the battery may be damaged. Remove the battery and replace it, make sure there is no connector block. If this does not help, see if your notebook has a battery test features, such as the HP Battery Check. If the notebook does not start charging AC power or batteries, HOW to solve the electricity problem ISSUES Press power button on the laptop and check the auditory and visual cues. Is the power light? If so, the machine is getting power. If not, then the AC adapter and / or battery may be damaged. Use a compatible AC adapter and see if you can start the engine, if so, leave the adapter plugged to ensure that the battery charge to check DISPLAY If correctly.
HOW have worked, but with the problem, views, number of previous issue of guilt. Have you recently installed a new video card or the problem only occurs when you run certain software? If so, you may need to adjust the video settings. Right-click an empty area of the Desktop, select Properties, Property Graphics (Vista), or the Screen Resolution. Interface varies based on the model of your notebook and a graphics chip / card, but you should be able to tweak some settings. If you just installed the video card, you may also need to consult with the manufacturer for more information. If the display is dim or goes blank suddenly, check the power options that have been mentioned previously. Power-saving mode may cause the behavior. Also, make sure the screen saver is not set to empty. For a blank screen at boot time, or if the previous solution does not help, turn off the system and plug in an external monitor. If the external monitor works display, video screen notebook may be damaged (this is rare unless there is visible damage). It is also possible that the connection might be loose or damaged. If the external monitor does not work, chip adapter / video may be broken or uprooted. If the display is scrambled or fail in the long-term operation, one or more of your memory chip may have failed or video processor may be overheating. Video of failure can also occur when the notebook is too hot throughout (see “How to Prevent Overheating” for help). If the screen looks like there is liquid spreads, may need to be replaced. If the evidence points to a more serious problem mentioned in the last two paragraphs, consult your service to solve manual.
HOW DRIVE If FAIL removable optical drive, be sure that it is properly seated (your documentation if necessary). You also may want to buy a kit with a clean and clear way IT Many instructions.
SERVICE its solution directly to the service manual. Notebook vary in configuration, so it is impossible to provide generic guidance. Look for a service manual for specific notebook models. If you feel uncomfortable or can not find instructions to repair, seek professional help.