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Old 01-29-2006, 12:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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As a student at the John 3:16 Mission in Tulsa, OK we often get donations that are not exactly perfect. Recently I was given a CTX 700 Series Ezbook. It intermittently had trouble booting up to begin with but now won't get past the initial error beeps. No monitor display at all, just a quick touch of hard drive activity and the LCD Display shows only a bright sun, a water spigot, a small drop, and the electricaly plug in.

The battery did not seem to function at all and it initially started with the use of the A/C power cord.

I have no idea what the LCD display is showing, no idea what the error beeps at start up represent and little opportunity to get online to follow this up.

As a student...we stay broke and with little resources. If there is anyone who could help shed some light on this for me, it would be everso much appreciated.
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