easynote ts44 when i switch on wont stay on Tags: Switch Boot Easynote Windows 7 Last response: September 4, 2013 11:28 AM in Windows 7 Share ozzie1967 September 4, 2013 4:21:46 AM i have just replaced the screen but now when i try to turn it on the switch goes blue but does not boot. then switches its self off without displaying anything... More about : easynote ts44 switch wont stay M A W September 4, 2013 11:28:28 AM Did you personally replace the screen? What do you mean by switch? Did you implement ESD protection if you did the repair yourself? Perhaps a connector got loose in the screen replacement process. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Laptop wireless switch light won't stay on - Any ideas? Forum I have a Packardbell easynote TE... Pressing the fn key together with the f3 key doesn't work for switching the wifi on... Is Forum Packard Bell Easynote wont turn on properly Forum SolvedAMD Overdrive: turbo boost wont stay off!! Forum SolvedDVD-ROM wont open/stay shut Forum SolvedFirst build - wont stay on. Forum My packard bell easynote tk keeps switching itself off and goes to logo Forum SolvedPsu power cable won't stay in motherboard Forum Solvedsony vio windows 8 wifi wont stay connected Forum SolvedWiFi won't stay connected. Huge inconvenience. Forum Solvedmy computer wont stay off Forum Should i stay with Nvidia or switch to AMD Forum SolvedComputer won't stay connected to my wireless network Forum SolvedI connected a new 6 pin pci e cable from my modular psu to gpuand pc wont switch on Forum packard bell easynote woes, wont even post test plz help Forum Wired Xbox Controller Won't Stay On Forum PC won't stay on after reapplying thermal paste. Forum Auto-hide taskbar wont stay down!! Forum SolvedComputer shut down by itself and won't stay on for more than 5 minutes Forum SolvedDell inspiron 5520 won't stay on unless I hold a certain key (after water damage) Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !