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Revision to Asus Chromebook C300M Troubleshooting

Nicole Pembroke

=== Laptop has CPU issues ===
-If plugging in the adaptor does not fix the problem, this may possibly mean an issue with the CPU (central processing unit), which will need to be replaced.
+If plugging in the adapter does not fix the problem, this may possibly mean an issue with the CPU (central processing unit), which will need to be replaced.
== Battery is Not Charging ==
=== Charging Port Dirty or Damaged ===
-If the Chromebook will not charge it may be due to dust or buildup in the charging port. Consider getting an air duster or gently blowing into the charging port to try and free any loose debris that may be preventing the adapter from properly connecting. If this does not work, test your battery and power adapter by seeing the solutions below and if both are functioning properly, consider replacing charging port.
+If the Chromebook will not charge it may be due to dust or buildup in the charging port. Consider getting an air duster or gently blowing into the charging port to try and free any loose debris that may be preventing the adapter from properly connecting. If this does not work, test your battery and power adapter (see Power Adapter is Faulty and Battery is Faulty) and if both are functioning properly, consider replacing charging port.
=== Power Adapter is Faulty ===
-Make sure the power cord is completely connected to the Chromebook. Check for the battery icon on the desktop to see if the battery has begun charging. Attempt to disconnect and reconnect the power adapter a couple times. If there is still no response, try to plug the power cord into a different outlet and see if it works. If the laptop does not register the charge, consider buying a new power adapter.
+Make sure the power cord is completely connected to the Chromebook. Check for the battery icon on the desktop to see if the battery has begun charging. Attempt to disconnect and reconnect the power adapter a couple times. If there is still no response, try to plug the power cord into a different outlet and see if it works. If there is still no response, consider buying a new power adapter.
=== Battery is Faulty ===

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