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A key test I use for Power Supllies: First and easiest, get a multimeter and read the volts out from the power supply. Put the negative lead in any ground on the PSU. Then move the red or positive lead from rail to rail. Do this with the machine on. The most common issue that I see is wild variation on the 3.3v rail. When I can watch a rail vary from ...


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The manual exists on Asus' support site and it contains the beep codes on page 2-16 ("Chapter 2: Getting Started"):


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I also bought an Asus X200MA-KX143D-blue netbook (or notebook or ultrabook, whatever) and had the same problem. I found this solution topic on the net. You need to update your BIOS. So you have to download the latest Bios version from this site: http://www.asus.com/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/X200MA/HelpDesk_Download Then, upgrade the BIOS. You can follow the ...


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Laptops don't have the vertical/horizontal position settings that standard TFT screens have so I don't think you'll have any luck doing what you're trying to do. Also, most laptops will auto-adjust to ensure the aspect ratio is kept (and centered) - hence the "wasted part of screen" effect you are witnessing. Quite simply: your screen is broken - replace ...


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From John Zollar What you need is get a live suse linux disk (it is free ISO download from suse.com site)toget access to the hidden partitions containing the restore files (there are like 4 hidden partitions, the one you need to copy is to an external usb drive is the biggest one containing the install.wim file) and copy the install.wim file to an external ...


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I saw a question about the same issue with the SSD Crucial MX100 an a German Forum and here they tracked it down to the Acronis Software that is included in the SSD. Stop the "Acronis Nonstop Backup Service" and the issue should be gone.


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I had the same issue on my Samsung R580 laptop, with my mx100. I had used the Acronis softeare to clone my old drive onto the MX100. I had W8.1 64 bit. I solved it by updating the IDE ATA/ATAPI controller driver with the latest intel version. Now it all works perfectly!



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