Hi! @roshiroshi If it's your first time, don't panic, it's easy, you just have to be careful. I have listed some general steps you must follow to be successful. 1) Find and download the service manual from the WEB. Using the model number of your computer and follow the instructions and recommendations in the order that is in the manual without shortcuts or skipping steps. The manual of your computer is (Verify that it correct) http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05... 2) Avoid static when working with computers. You can buy a bra for this or just touch some metal from time to time to discharge the static. Always, Always disconnect the equipment from the electricity and remove the battery. 3) A good practice is to draw squares on a paper with numbers or letters to place in order the screws and pieces that you remove. Then at the end reverse the process for assembling the computer back. You can take picture with you cellphone too to remember how the pieces were placed (don't trust in your memory). Believe...
Hi! This is because it try to protect itself from burning, verify the are it free pf something that cause overheating such as heaters, heater windows too close, clothes over the TV, or other things that cause overheating, relocate to a cooler place or room if possible to see if this works.
Hi! Maybe when you heating the screen the home button was damaged, I recommend you buy a new home button. Always I do this type of work I buy the screen with the button already included, it costs the same. I hope you can fix them.
Hi! John check if your printer and the laptop is in the same WIFI network name or antenna. This can be the cause you phone find the printer but the laptop no . Other cause is if you have more that one printer driver installed in your computer, You have to specify in the program at the time of printing which printer you want to use. You can also specify to the laptop system which printer you want by default. I hope this help you!
Hi! This sound like the CMOS battery is dead. 1) Check if the battery it is a model 2032 (it is the size of a 5 cent coin attached to motherboard) you can buy it at any farmacy or department store and change for a new one. 2) Other cause is the computer It's overheating and shuts down to protect itself. Check in the fan vent area smell like something is burn or hot. If this happens the fan and heat sink need to be cleaned.
Hi! Sohaieb I have read all the troubleshooting you have done but I not read that you clear the CMOS with the jumper. 1) Look for the jumper at the bottom of the mobo it should say a very tiny CLR CMOS or something similar. 2) Change the jumper to the clear position by moving the jumper to the other side of the 3 pins. 3) Remove the CMOS battery, the RAM memories and Disconnect the power, wait 1 min. and put everything back again. 4) Turn on the PC. I hope this work for you PC. If not your motherboead it may have been damaged and you need to replace it with another (Remenber always use a brush for clean the interior of PC the liquid and computer not mix and watch out for compressed air cans they can cause equal damage to PCs if misused) ''''
Yep, you can have them up side down, perpendicular to the bottom of the case, at 45 degree angles are not recommended. The most important things are making sure they're secure and that their temps are cool enough.
Hi! Paul You need to disarm the computer, enter Ebay with the serial number and brand of your laptop and buy the pieces that are broken and change them. With the service manual it is easy to disassemble and assemble the computer. Never use glue or other product to stick your machine. Stick does not work specially on the hinges because they are too strong. They are strong for support the weight of the monitor and they will broke again. Sometime if you search well you can find broken used computers for parts at a good price on Ebay.