Billy September 3, 2006 | Thank you for getting back to me, I will give those a shot. I pulled the CPU back out again and here is where I found my problem. Try starting the laptop with an external monitor and see if you get any video on the external screen. More about : laptop turns shuts seconds laptop Reply to k1ngkev1n1 Anonymous a b D Laptop November 22, 2010 7:57:10 AM If it's not the battery or the power supply cube, http://www.tomsguide.com/forum/64361-35-laptop-turns-shuts-seconds-later-laptop
Laptop Shuts Down After A Few Seconds
I didn’t see any posts that said if it happens to different models. at most 3 seconds its on for. I discovered that if the CD/DVD drawer was open that the computer would boot up normally. Try them.
cj2600 March 29, 2007 | Victor, In other cases it boots and in the boot process or after boot the laptop freezes and in the display appears malformed images something like Came on all of the sudden. After I assembled everything back, one more surprise was waiting for me. Dell Laptop Turns Off After A Few Seconds Also if the graphics card was not detected because it was either broke or because the connection was bad where the actual card was, would the system still boot with some
Thanks again, James cj2600 September 21, 2006 | James, I think the keyboard cable is long enough and it’s not necessary to put the keyboard back in the laptop base during Take out your BIOS baterry and try turn it on without it. at most 3 seconds its on for. More Help Reply to k1ngkev1n1 m 0 l k1ngkev1n1 November 23, 2010 2:07:38 AM ok just tried it with one stick of ram, then no hard drive, then undid the cmos battery for
If your charger is damaged, you can replace the charger with a new one from the manufacturer. Laptop Turns On Then Off After 2 Seconds Thanks. Please Help Russell November 2, 2006 | You were spot on with that solution, brilliant. by R.
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If so that's crap since it's a hardly used computer. 0 0 sdowney234 Intern Posts: 27 Member Since: 04-02-2013 Message 4 of 22 (60,320 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Powers on Report cruz- Jan 26, 2013 at 03:41 PM worked for me thanks Report W9- Oct 5, 2013 at 02:52 PM worked for me too! Laptop Shuts Down After A Few Seconds The fact that I have to remove the power to be able to even try and reboot, leads me to believe that something in the power circuit to/from the LCD is Laptop Shuts Down Before Loading Windows I'm stuck for ideas now and don't want to give it to a japanese person I can't understand and pay him 10,000 Yen to tell me its a loose wire somewhere!
Initially it was one attempt now its 2 or 3. this contact form Is this sound reasoning? It is a dell inspiron 13.3 inch laptop. If the system is minimized completely and will not start with a known good AC adapter, most likely there is something wrong with the motherboard. Acer Laptop Turns On Then Off
I replaced the CMOS battery and it came back to life. cj2600 March 29, 2007 | Karissa, Would it be the same for my computer? The problem is only when operating with the battery, the video shuts off. have a peek here One other thing, my first idea was to reseat some of the componants a few days ago, ad when I reseated my graphics card the system did boot and worked fine
Now my laptop shuts down whenever I try to restore the "sleeping" laptop by touching my touchpad. Hp Laptop Turns On Then Off Enter the BIOS setup menu and see if you can see the hard drive in there. I have opened up the laptop.
My laptop will not turn on unless the screen is tilted between 0 and 75 degrees or at 180 degrees.
Unplugging and plugging video cable does nothing 4. no display though and the machines cuts off right away. That was my first experience when improperly plugged video cable prevented entire system from booting. Toshiba Laptop Turns On Then Off Immediately Do you have any idea?
Melvin September 10, 2006 | I have the exact and I mean the exact same problem. Sadly the CPU didn't survive.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - PC Starts then shuts down within few seconds by dellea / April 5, 2007 7:45 AM PDT In I think once or twice was a shorted hard drive. (I used to own a computer sales/service shop....saw 1000's of machines over the years and this was rare) Potential battery issue Check This Out but I have gain 17 new clients since then and haven’t had time or remembered to do a back up.