The Asus Eee PC 900HA is a netbook computer released by Asus in 2007. It is part of the Eee PC product line that features a Windows XP or Linux operating system, a solid state drive, relatively low cost and light weight. The Asus Eee PC 900HA had a manufacturing defect, which prevented some of its models from booting properly. There are a number of solutions to this problem.
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Things you need
- Paper clip
Turn on the Asus Eee PC900HA without the AC adaptor connected.
Leave the netbook on for 48 hours to ensure that the battery is completely discharged.
Remove the battery. Connect the AC adaptor and turn on the system.
Depowering the Eee PC 900HA
Remove the AC adaptor from the Eee PC900HA after the battery has been fully charged.
Use the screwdriver to remove the RAM cover on the underside of the netbook and then remove the RAM.
Remove the gold sticker with BIOS information on it. Under the sticker you should see two arrows.
Touch both arrows using both ends of the paper clip with the battery still inserted.
Replace the sticker, then the RAM and finally the RAM cover. Boot the netbook as normal.
Fix For The Manufacturing Defect
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