Posts Tagged ‘Intel’
Toshiba Satellite Pro S300-12L – part numbers.
Recently we had a Toshiba Satellite Pro S300-12L brought to us for a service. The notebook was never been cleaned and was overheating. This machine was running Windows Vista and later downgraded to XP Pro by the user (which thought that doing that will resolve the overheating issue).
Sony Vaio VGN-FZ31ER (PCG-3A6P) notebook part numbers.
Recently, we had a Sony Vaio VGN-FZ31ER notebook with a problematic onboard Nvidia GeForce 8400M GT graphics card. The machine was not switching on, so we had to open it and send the motherboard for reballing the video chip (or replacing it with a new one).
Sony Vaio M Series netbook with a damaged power jack – the video.
Sony Vaio VPCM12M1E (PCG-21313M) netbook – damaged power jack replacement. Its center pin’s plastic was broken. The netbook was not charging, due to a bad contact with the adapter.
The video is above, the post and all the photos – here (for reference and part numbers).
Sony Vaio VPCM12M1E netbook – broken power jack replacement.
Recently a Sony Vaio M Series netbook was brought to us, with a damaged power jack. Its center pin’s plastic was broken – the machine was charging from time to time, due to a bad contact with the adapter.
Toshiba Satellite L500-1D9 notebook with a power jack problem – the video.
This Toshiba Satellite L500-1D9 (PSLS3E-01R00LGE) was brought to us with a problematic power jack.
You can find the post – here, and the video - above.
Toshiba Satellite L500-1D9 notebook with a power jack problem.
Recently, we had a Toshiba Satellite L500-1D9 with an interesting problem. The notebook was not charging and switching on, due to a problematic power jack. Its center pin was pushed back inside the notebook, therefore it was not making contact at all.
Dell Studio Hybrid 140g with a power up problem – the video.
When the PC is switched on its power light flashes for a second and then it does not power up.
It eventually came out that the user broke and damaged one of the rear USB ports.
Check out the post – here. The video is above.