[PLUG] Resolved: Optical Drive Door Won't Open

Aaron Burt aaron at bavariati.org
Sun Sep 1 09:08:40 PDT 2013


On Fri, Aug 30, 2013 at 04:17:19PM -0700, Dick Steffens wrote:
> After buttoning up the box and pushing the power button I pushed the 
> eject button. The door opened. I pushed the button again and the drawer 
> closed.

That's great news!

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> The laptop has a dual core 64 bit Intel processor, but only 1 GB of RAM.
<snip>
> I know I can upgrade the RAM to 2 GB, but the screen has damage on the
> right side -- almost 1/4 is unusable. However, the external VGA port
> works just fine on one of my extra monitors, so I'll play with it some.

Not a bad system.  You'd be surprised at how easy and cheap it is to
replace a screen.  No spam intended, but you can check laptopscreen.com for
an idea of what screen you'd need, what it might cost and how it's done.



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