Have you checked if the ssd comes up in the bios under “Chipset”->”South Cluster Configuration”->”Sata Drives”
And check if you:
-have Chipset SATA enabled
-have Port 0 enabled
-have Sata Device Type on “Solid State Drive”
-have something showing up after “Sata Port 0” like your ssd’s name
Check which touchscreen model you have (a / b). What kind of problem do you have with your touchscreen?
If it generates touches on seemingly random spots and does not repond corectely then that issue can be fixed with the right driver.
Enter bios with ESC
3x right for “Chipset”
3x down for “Uncore Config”
4x down for “Integrated Graphics Device” (I guess that’s the one you changed)
1x up for enable
Esc (Save and Exit, defaults to yes)
If this is not working please let me know…
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according to https://youtu.be/WUVNKHqBOUU?t=133
there the storage is soldered directly to the mainboard, so you will be unable to expand it.
So options which do not involve soldering would be using an usb stick or an sd card.
They will appear as an extra storage, just like they would show up on any other pc.
The build in webcam is internally connected with usb 2, the chip it uses is an m5608u. If I remember correctely I didn’t have to install any driver. It showed up as an usb webcam. Have you tested it with the windows 10 camera app?
Reason why I did it was if I plug charge when the system is off… the it would never turn on again…
I’m not realy sure what you mean. I tested how the tablet behaves with unplugged battery:
After unplugging the internal battery and connecting the charger the orange charging led went on even though there was no battery con…[Read more]
│ v+ │
│ v+ │
│ nc │
│ nc │ <-Cable plugs in from this side
│ RES │
│ GND │
│ GND │
RES to GND is 10.01 kOhm at 24.0°C, so I guess thats an 10kOhm NTC.
V+ to GND is when about 70% charged 7.94V
Have you accedentaly measured resistance accross v+ and gnd? Because that voltage (3.7V) would be about w…[Read more]
If you boot it up with the power supply connected and disconnect it when windows is running does it go off aswell?
If yes then I would guess that something like the battery charging circuit on the mainboard is defective, so your best chance is the support from the place you bought it from.
If they don’t offer you warranty repair/replacement you…[Read more]