(1) You should monitor your internal temperature. Use a monitoring program ex HWinfo64 (free). (2) Test your laptop’s memory, GPU, CPU for fails (use a testing program.) (3) these could give you a better ideea of what you are encountering.
There can be many issues that can take you to overheat. let’s try some fixing: First you can test the problem by installing any monitoring software and observe what is the issue, who is causing it. (one example in HWInfo64 / HWInfo32). If you decide that the issue is inside, there are more than a couple things you can do - clean the fan, clean the components, change the thermal paste (CPU and GPU). Depending on the severity of the problem you could have to do all the steps. (1) Open the laptop case and clean the CPU fan aerea. (2) (if the above doeas not do the trick) Buy some therma paste, some cleaning fluid and get it done :). #
go to your nexus anf "forget" the network then retry to connect. before you forget the network, check the setting of your wifi connection (it showld be DHCP) the settings probably look like: IP: 192.168.0.45 mask: 255.255.255.0 router: 192.168.0.1 DNS: well, here you can try to insert 188.8.131.52 as a DNS or, if your router works, let 192.168.0.1
Not hard to replace it but mabie there will be some settings on the router in order to access the internet . your ISP showd help you on that one - I recomand first to call your service provider and ask what type of conection you have - dial-up, auto, DHCP etc. Probably they will give you an username and a password with witch you can setup the router. the router itself you can buy it fom any site that will fit your desire for coverage, price, aspect, brand, availability etc. Your's Oscar
1. in order to test your laptop (graphic card) get a VGA-VGA cable and connect the laptop to your TV or a desktop monitor (hope that you have a TV that suports PC input) and start the laptop. If there is no output on TV mabie you have a broken graphic card. 2. check the laptop's memory. here you will have to poen your laptop and remove one dimm of memory (in case you have two) or if there is only one slot - with a module on, copy the details from it (memory module) and borrow a similare module to test if that is the problem. Yours, Oscar
there are a couple of settings that you can try. In BIOS there is an option to enable or disable USB mouse or keyboard. ***you should have an ps2 keyboard - bios will work by default with PS2 keyboard. if it fails, than a BIOS reset will do the trik. ***before BIOS reset try a new keyboard or borrow one...
ingeneral a laptop has a cable that connect from the motherboard to the hdd. In the picture I've separeted into three parts that cable. a,b and c. A - connection to HDD B - the bodie (the cable itself) C - connection to the motherboard. if any of A,B or C fails, the whole cable fails. you can find online replacement parts and order one made for your laptop. ***the cable is a separate bodie from the motherboard if you have broke the connection ON the motherboard, then mabie you ave to find alternatives to your conection ex. mSATA HDD Link form iFixit Yours, Oscar
Try resetting it o the factory settings. Usually when the led do not turn green and remains amber it means some issues. Depending on your knowledge you can troubleshoot ore fix it :) some basic instruction Why are all LEDs flashing? OS
1. Are you connected to the internet through the router? if yes -> check if the address is another one: ex. 192.168.0.1... to check these scan your network to see all devices in the network. An free ip scanner HERE 2. make sure to check for any button that can change the functionality of the rourer (WISP / 3G / WIFI... etc.) - (if it is a mobile router, small ones with 4g and all). OS