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Cvrk

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HELP! Acer 5520 no start.removed hdd,no start power on,dvd drive spining. cant acces bios. Aug 25, 2016 at 6:07 PM

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    1. Cvrk
      Cvrk
      HELP! Acer 5520 no start.removed hdd,no start power on,dvd drive spining. cant acces bios.
      1. 95Viper
        95Viper
        You might get more help/feedback if you were to post this in a forum post section, like general hardware; instead of a profile post.

        Some suggestions:
        Clean out dust. Try removing battery and press/hold start button for 45+ seconds re-install battery and try to start. Try replacing TIM/thermal pads. Try with one stick of ram... swap and try other stick.
        Aug 25, 2016 at 6:35 PM
        Cvrk says thanks.
      2. Cvrk
        Cvrk
        Not my laptop. Will send back to owner. Figured it has a dedicated gpu.
        At least is says on the label. Inside could not find the card. Out of options. Sending back. Found tutorial,something about flashing bios. To late now.
        Aug 25, 2016 at 6:52 PM
    2. Cvrk
      Cvrk
      i love a good monday
    3. Cvrk
      Cvrk
      GALACTIC BATTLEGROUNDS
    4. Cvrk
      Cvrk
      it's sunday. and it's hot outside
    5. Cvrk
      Cvrk
      if air conditioner runs at lower temp does it consume more electricity ?
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      2. Cvrk
        Cvrk
        Fallowing blue knights link it read that it makes no difference. This is very confusing for me . I do not have an thermostat. I just wanna know if i let it run at 19 degrees for 15 minutes will it consume same/more electricity then 15 minutes at 23 degrees ?
        Aug 17, 2015
      3. rtwjunkie
        rtwjunkie
        Well, yes, if run for the same amount of time, without a built-in thermostat, it will consume the same amount in both your examples. My response was based on setting an air conditioner at a certain temperature. In that case, the higher the outside temperature, the longer the unit has to run to reach the desired temperature, thus increasing the electric cost.
        Aug 17, 2015
      4. TheMailMan78
        TheMailMan78
        Yes running at a lower temp than the out side air with a proper thermostat will cost you more money. In Florida most AC guys will tell you run 78F during the day and 76F at night for optimal cooling and savings. That's assuming you have proper insulation.
        Aug 18, 2015
    6. Cvrk
      Cvrk
      I will be alone at home the entire saturday. Need something to play! Ideas?
      1. micropage7
        micropage7
        actually for saturday is cleaning day for me :-) watching movies
        Jun 13, 2015
    7. Cvrk
      Cvrk
      Doing physiotherapy for plantar fasciitis
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