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Discussion in 'Sager/Clevo Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by Daniel Hahn, Jan 4, 2011.

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  1. Support.3@XOTIC PC

    Support.3@XOTIC PC Company Representative

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    Are you using a Clevo GPU or another brand. It has to be a Clevo.
     
  2. someguy65

    someguy65 Newbie

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    No, it's just a standard 770m from a different gaming laptop.

    Damn. Thanks for the reply though.
     
  3. benderr

    benderr Notebook Guru

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    it was cost a 20 for analysis and 65 for fixing power chip and 2 capacitors. and i course go to service and take lot of screws... and only after it i was found a broken one . till now the GPU still working - i us a extra vent to laptop... only watching a temp more carefully .. max was 93 .
     
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    benderr Notebook Guru

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    no,i see only 2 ways:send to company to replace (but this can be even worse ) or try superglue to glue the tip of the needle and remove the bolt chippy .
     
  5. benderr

    benderr Notebook Guru

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    reseller HawkForce.de is died ... :(
     
  6. Prema

    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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    'All' systems that where officially imported into Europe are covered by Clevo's warranty and can be serviced through their official service center Golden Star:

    http://www.clevo-computer.de/index_e.htm

    Just contact them with your systems serial number for spares and repairs.
     
  7. jcrouch001

    jcrouch001 Newbie

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    I have one of these that I have used extensively over the past few years. Just a few days ago I spilled some beer down the keyboard. I shut it off and removed the battery and let it dry for a few days before doing a standard cleaning of the inside (that's all I know how to do). I have turned it back on and all seems to be working except for the trackpad. I can get the trackpad to respond if I use a full finger with a fair amount of pressure, but it is nowhere near as sensitive as before. Is there anything that I can do that might fix this?
     
  8. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    You can check to see if the cable is seated properly on both the motherboard and trackpad, otherwise you need to either replace the cface or pry off the pad and replace it.
     
  9. jcrouch001

    jcrouch001 Newbie

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    How do I access the trackpad (to check if the cable is properly seated)? Like I said, I have only taken the back off to take out the fans and heatsinks to do a standard cleaning + repaste. I haven't figured out how to do anything after that.
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    It's not easy, you will need to do a fairly big teardown and follow a guide.
     
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