well i tried what you said and i reseated the card fans,keyboard ect. now seems to be good i guess just needed that.. but i did run into the problem again where the fan does not kick in full gear even at 104C, i tried different drivers seemed to have done it with the 186.91 im running 186.81 has not done it so far..but the perfomance in these drivers are not good at all i get lag..i even tried the dox drivers they were not so great either.
im not sure as i have not tried them yet..because with this specific laptop i think i cannot past 186.91 drivers and here the NBF are 190.38 i downloaded.. do you think they would still work?
i hear there is problems with blue screen and error about the vga not starting up..
my bad didn't make myself clear i guess..
but hey i have yet another problem..so im not sure but the computer would get random shutdowns, assuming the card..so i took the card out re applied artic paste..i put the card back in and was just a black screen. i did not hear the computer beep nor did it boot into windows..as you sometimes get an issue with black screen but windows is still possible to hear.
so im under the impression that its the mxm slot? the computer boots up fine with internal graphics.(which i type from atm) any help?
well it was working just fine before i took out.
now can you help here.
do you think its possible that baking would still help if i touched the gold part and somehow got static there?
and after this black screen happened i did happen to pop it in the oven but no dice.
i did it for 7mins 180c i believe. and still same situation.
the card does get warm so it is receiving power.. so wether the card got static..is this fixeable?
and i thought baking was only for solder.anyway thanks for the help!
yeah, well i will try i guess the baking again tomorrow morning. 11:22pm here..
but like i said it was working just fine before the shutdown occurred..but these shutdowns are just random i suppose while it happened before and i turned it on without any issues.
so im a bit stuck..i want to say i managed to figgle with it and touch the gold plated and that did it..because i have a hard time thinking its soldered went bad..but again might have happened..only way to find out to try the baking again.
want to add.. if the gpu gets warm..then theres still a chance the soldering is bad?
or shorted out would still get it warm?
so tried it and still nothing, My guess is that the card is working but perhaps the mxm slot is not making correct contact?
because when i try to insert the card its very easy to insert i mean there is no force at all needed to slide in there..normally there is a small amount of force with feeling that it snapped in place..but nothing like that just goes in at in angle with no force and folds down and thats all..
well its a mxm card meaning i can remove it from the motherboard of the laptop. its the pcie slot in the motherboard is what im talking about.
and im not sure what to replace since i do not have an extra mxm card around to see if it is in fact the slot in mobo.
very complicated at the moment