Posts Tagged ‘ATI’
Packard Bell EasyNote TJ71 with a VGA problem – ATI Radeon HD 4200.
Recently we had a Packard Bell EasyNote TJ71 notebook brought to us with a graphics issue. When switched on, the machine was demonstrating that it’s powered (with its blue power indicator which lights up), but that’s all.
Dell Inspiron M5010 hard drive replacement – not for the regular user.
Lately, we had a pink Dell Inspiron M5010 which was brought for a hard drive replacement. This notebook has a bit strange design. Its hard drive can not be reached by just taking of a few screws and a plastic cover. It is hidden inside the machine, and the only way to replace it is by taking it apart.
Toshiba Satellite A300D-126 notebook with an overheating problem.
Recently, a Toshiba Satellite A300D-126 notebook was brought to us with an overheating problem. After performing intensive tasks the machine was switching off, so as to protect the CPU from overheating.
Sony Vaio VGN-FW41E notebook, which does not boot due to faulty keyboard – the video.
The user spilt a glass of wine on top of the keyboard and after disconnecting the battery he dried it with a hairdryer. The notebook appeared to be working.
Sony Vaio VGN-FW41E notebook does not boot up, due to faulty keyboard.
Recently, we had a Sony Vaio VGN-FW41E (PCG-3H1M) notebook with an interesting problem. The user spilt a glass of wine on top of the keyboard and after disconnecting the battery he dried it with a hairdryer. Then the machine was brought to us for a check.
Recently, two Acer Aspire 5536 notebooks (with different issues) were brought to us, at Laptoport.
The first notebook was sent by the owner (somewhere) for a keyboard replacement, unfortunately the person who replaced the keyboard broke the clip (part of the keyboard connector) holding the keyboard ribbon cable. The second Acer Aspire 5536 was overheating a bit, and the owner brought it for a clean-up.
Yesterday, Samsung announced the release of its Series 7 CHRONOS notebook for the South Korean market.
The Series 7 CHRONOS is a high-performance notebook, which was unveiled at IFA, Berlin (in September, 2011). The machine comes in two variants – with a Max Screen minimizing bezel width 15.6-inch display (700Z5A) and with a 14-inch (700Z4A) LCD, both Super-Bright (300nit) anti-refelective HD+ displays with resolution 1600 x 900.