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Old 07-31-2012, 09:48 PM   #1
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Signs of dropping appears to be internet disconnection sometimes, and sometimes the first letter that I type will be a number.

Is this something I should be concerned with? Something that will be a big problem in the future?

I dropped it right on the power line on the side of my laptop so when I plug in the power line it's kind of slanted in a way, if that makes sense but it still works great. I'm just kind of scared.
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hi,

sounds like you might have a loose cable to keyboard and possibly the antenna came loose. and for the dc socket i would have that replaced as it will probably fail on you sometime. i would bring it in to be serviced unless its not under warranty and your comfortable with taking it apart to check things out.
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I can get the bottom open and see the fan and all the wires. I'm not sure what is what, but how can I tell if a cable is loose?
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you disconnected them and put them back in. whats the make and model of laptop?
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Disconnect what wires? I'm kind of scared to because I don't know which wires to disconnect.

Mines is a ASUS K50I Notebook PC. I think that's what you're asking for.
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if your not sure what your doing i would bring it in to a service center. here a guide might not be an exact match to yours but should give you idea.

How to disassemble Asus K series notebook >> Inside my laptop
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