Problems in Samsung® R730 Laptop
The Samsung R730 has a 17.3 inch display and is equipped with Intel Pentium Dual Core T4300 processor (2.1GHz), 4GB of RAM, 320 GB hard drive which should give you plenty of room for all of your media files and documents. It also includes HDMI and VGA for video, audio jacks, a memory card reader, 3 USB ports, etc. The memory card reader in R730 supports SD, SDHC and MMC formats, which would let you to use the most regular digital camera memory cards. Laptops are unique and different than desktops, in that they tend to be much more delicate and dismantling them usually requires different skills. The problems on a laptop could vary between the hardware and the software issues.
- Power problems
- Display problems
Laptop overheating can lead to a sudden shut down. If your Samsung R730 suddenly shuts down for no known reason, there is a high likelihood that the fail safe software in the PC is shutting it down when the computer temperature gets too high. Other signs of overheating laptops include constant or excessive fan operation, unexplained memory or operation errors, and inexplicable “blue screens of death”.
First ensure that the AC power adapter’s light is on. This is typically on the adapter box itself although some laptops have the LED on the side of the PC. Short circuits are also common causes of power problems in laptops. One way to isolate this short circuit problem is to remove anything that could potentially be the culprit which could be the battery, the DVD drive, hard drive, etc.
Some of the most common causes of a laptop display problem are failures with a certain hardware component, with the most common one being the inverter, the “lid closed” switch, the power cable, the LCD, and the backlight. If your screen is black, or it turns white with no picture at all, check to see if it works with an external monitor. If it does, then the cause of your laptop’s display problem is either a defective LCD or a failed cable.