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My Asus G750 gaming laptop is now officially dead ...!
« on: January 25, 2019, 12:19:18 PM »
 

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The other day, I was downloading videos on a G750 Asus laptop, without any issues as usual. I've had it for only 4 years. When I went to use it the following day, it refused to switch on, and the LED status lights on the front of the chassis didn't light up at all. I did the usual thing like check the power supply (it was fine). I took it to our local and very excellent computer repair shop and they checked everything but couldn't get it to work.  They said they see this quite a lot with gaming laptops, often overheating and the motherboard then breaks down.

Wondered if you had a similar experience. Really disapointing as these laptops are really expensive - the 17" one I had was ~ 1200 - never again - I think I'll go for a Raspberry pi instead, LOL  ::)
Last Edit: January 26, 2019, 01:25:31 AM by m654321
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Re: My Asus G750 gaming laptop is now officially dead ...!
« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2019, 04:08:11 PM »
 

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Really disapointing as these laptops are really expensive - the 17" one I had was ~ 1200 - never again - I think I'll go for a Raspberry pi instead, LOL  ::)
Sorry to hear that, maybe the manufacturer would not like to have adverse publicity - understand?

Raspberry Pi is very versatile! I've had one running unfailing as a personal server since the B+ became available. May play with the Pi 3 soon!
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Re: My Asus G750 gaming laptop is now officially dead ...!
« Reply #2 on: January 26, 2019, 12:52:53 AM »
 

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Really disapointing as these laptops are really expensive - the 17" one I had was ~ 1200 - never again - I think I'll go for a Raspberry pi instead, LOL  ::)
Sorry to hear that, maybe the manufacturer would not like to have adverse publicity - understand?

Raspberry Pi is very versatile! I've had one running unfailing as a personal server since the B+ became available. May play with the Pi 3 soon!

Yeh sure, I certainly do understand - yesterday I changed my 4-star rated review on Amazon to the minimum 1-star rating, with reasons. It's ironic that the 12 year-old Dell Lattitude D630, which I bought used for 70 (see [4] in signature), is still going strong and shows no sign of giving up! So I certainly have mileage with the Dell though, unlike the Asus, it's not suited for gaming, but it's great for all the usual admin, internet browsing and watching youtube videos.

You're right the Raspberry pi is very versatile! What do you use your B+ for?

I actually do have a pi, the 3B model, which has the 4 x 1.2GHz CPU, and used it to upgrade our telly to be internet accessible and access a large archive of videos on an external HDD attached to the pi. We use the excellent LibreElec open-source operating system for this. The pi was a superb investment for upgrading our TV - only 35 - certainly cheaper than buying a brand new shiny internet-ready TV! The more recent 3B+ model is 4 x 1.4GHz CPU, but I might wait and see if they up the CPU power for one of the future pi releases, before considering another pi purchase ...

The only other reservation is that Linux Lite wont run on a pi  :( , though some other Linux OSes will.

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Last Edit: January 26, 2019, 01:39:32 AM by m654321
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2017 - Raspberry pi 3B (4cores) ~ Arm710@1.2GHz - LibreElec, used for upgrading our Samsung TV (excellent for the task)  
2012 - Lenovo G580 2689 (2cores; 4threads] ~ i3-3110M - LL3.8/Win8.1 dual-boot (LL working smoothly)
2011 - Samsung NP-N145 Plus (1core; 2threads) ~ Intel Atom N455@1.66GHz - Manjaro (tried LL3 series but lagged)
2008 - Asus X71Q (2cores) ~ Intel T3200@2.0GHz - LL4.4/Win8.1 dual-boot (LL working beautifully)
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Re: My Asus G750 gaming laptop is now officially dead ...!
« Reply #3 on: January 26, 2019, 05:45:15 AM »
 

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You're right the Raspberry pi is very versatile! What do you use your B+ for?

My Pi runs 24/7 as a personal server for personal file storage, online monitoring of intruder alarm, webcam, online temp/humidity/air pressure monitoring via an ESP8266 (ESP12F) and remote switching of various devices. The latter is in conjunction with a UBW bitwacker device USB/serial  connected to the Pi, simply because I never got round to moving connections directly to the Pi. Oh, it also has an analog port to measure battery voltage. The UBW was originally connected to a netbook server but I changed to the Pi for power saving purposes!

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Re: My Asus G750 gaming laptop is now officially dead ...!
« Reply #4 on: January 26, 2019, 06:02:53 AM »
 

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You're right the Raspberry pi is very versatile! What do you use your B+ for?

My Pi runs 24/7 as a personal server for personal file storage, online monitoring of intruder alarm, webcam, online temp/humidity/air pressure monitoring via an ESP8266 (ESP12F) and remote switching of various devices. The latter is in conjunction with a UBW bitwacker device USB/serial  connected to the Pi, simply because I never got round to moving connections directly to the Pi. Oh, it also has an analog port to measure battery voltage. The UBW was originally connected to a netbook server but I changed to the Pi for power saving purposes!

Wow - you certainly put the B+ to good use!
Is the B+ the one with a single 700 MHz processor & 512MB RAM?
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2012 - Lenovo G580 2689 (2cores; 4threads] ~ i3-3110M - LL3.8/Win8.1 dual-boot (LL working smoothly)
2011 - Samsung NP-N145 Plus (1core; 2threads) ~ Intel Atom N455@1.66GHz - Manjaro (tried LL3 series but lagged)
2008 - Asus X71Q (2cores) ~ Intel T3200@2.0GHz - LL4.4/Win8.1 dual-boot (LL working beautifully)
2007 - Dell Latitude D630 (2cores) ~ Intel T7100@1.8GHz - LL3.8/Win8.1 dual-boot (LL really zippy!) - my daily driver  :-)
 

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« Reply #5 on: January 26, 2019, 11:06:03 AM »
 

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Don't know exactly what model, CPU etc. you have, but if you can do the work yourself, new MOBO replacement for this era is around $150 US.

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Re: My Asus G750 gaming laptop is now officially dead ...!
« Reply #6 on: January 26, 2019, 12:54:36 PM »
 

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Don't know exactly what model, CPU etc. you have, but if you can do the work yourself, new MOBO replacement for this era is around $150 US.

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Thanks TC, I'll check it out: it's an Asus G750JS laptop - are you familiar with this one?
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2012 - Lenovo G580 2689 (2cores; 4threads] ~ i3-3110M - LL3.8/Win8.1 dual-boot (LL working smoothly)
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2007 - Dell Latitude D630 (2cores) ~ Intel T7100@1.8GHz - LL3.8/Win8.1 dual-boot (LL really zippy!) - my daily driver  :-)
 

Re: My Asus G750 gaming laptop is now officially dead ...!
« Reply #7 on: January 26, 2019, 02:47:38 PM »
 

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Wow - you certainly put the B+ to good use!
Is the B+ the one with a single 700 MHz processor & 512MB RAM?

Had to ssh login to find out as I had forgotten! Yes its 700MHz/512MB. You have now prompted me to look at upgrading to Pi3, for interest sake but the B+ is actually capable of fullfilling all its tasks and more. :)
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Re: My Asus G750 gaming laptop is now officially dead ...!
« Reply #8 on: January 26, 2019, 04:51:50 PM »
 

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I don't like laptops that much so I don't know if this might sound a little biased but I think desktops are better suited for gaming; better cooling system, more room for improvement like a bigger screen, add more RAM, upgrade CPU, improve cooling system. And I think they're even a cheaper solution too. Like this one https://www.bestbuy.com/site/cyberpowerpc-gamer-ultra-desktop-amd-fx-series-8gb-memory-amd-radeon-rx-560-1tb-hard-drive-black/6225212.p?skuId=6225212  :)
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« Reply #9 on: January 26, 2019, 11:41:36 PM »
 

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I don't like laptops that much so I don't know if this might sound a little biased but I think desktops are better suited for gaming; better cooling system, more room for improvement like a bigger screen, add more RAM, upgrade CPU, improve cooling system. And I think they're even a cheaper solution too. Like this one https://www.bestbuy.com/site/cyberpowerpc-gamer-ultra-desktop-amd-fx-series-8gb-memory-amd-radeon-rx-560-1tb-hard-drive-black/6225212.p?skuId=6225212  :)

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Re: My Asus G750 gaming laptop is now officially dead ...!
« Reply #10 on: January 27, 2019, 05:56:23 AM »
 

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I don't like laptops that much so I don't know if this might sound a little biased but I think desktops are better suited for gaming; better cooling system, more room for improvement like a bigger screen, add more RAM, upgrade CPU, improve cooling system. And I think they're even a cheaper solution too.

Totally agree: for the same bang for your buck, the rule of thumb seems to be you pay around double for a gaming laptop compared to the PC Tower - it would seem to be a no-brainer ...

The only reason we have laptops, is that free space in our house is limited and, with young children around, sometimes you need to take your machine to a quiet room, which of course is impractical with a Desktop PC setup
Last Edit: January 28, 2019, 09:59:45 PM by m654321
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« Reply #11 on: January 27, 2019, 09:43:20 AM »
 

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I don't like laptops that much so I don't know if this might sound a little biased but I think desktops are better suited for gaming; better cooling system, more room for improvement like a bigger screen, add more RAM, upgrade CPU, improve cooling system. And I think they're even a cheaper solution too.

Totally agree: for the same bang for your buck, the rule of thumb seems to be you pay around double for a gaming laptop compared to the PC Tower, as well as flexibility to upgrade - it would seem to be a no-brainer ...

The only reason we have laptops, is that free space in our house is limited and, with young children around, sometimes you need to take your machine to a quiet room, which of course is impractical with a Desktop PC setup

Oh yes, space can be an issue. However, I don't know how space limited you are but I think that in the long run a desktop pc could be a saving money solution since there's no way to tell when a new laptop can go dead. Of course, desktops are not inmune and this can as well happen with them, but then with a good cooling system and a good PSU odds are against laptops. I used to had this space issue too in the past but I lived alone back then so I guess it wasn't that much of an issue like in your case. I remember I wanted to buy a TV but always found myself wondering where to place it cause there was really no room for it, so I bought a pci TV tunner card, plugged it in my pc and voila! I had a TV, well sort of lol It was cheaper and I could even record whatever I wanted. I still have that card around but the pci slot died or so I think cause it doesn't work anymore, such a shame cause I really enjoyed recording TV shows, football matches - premier league matches, specially man united ones, I'm a fan :) -, and anything I wanted to. My point is, I don't know...I mean, I think with today's technology anything is possible, check this out https://www.amazon.com/slp/mini-gaming-pc/nsab9trujj458wp
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« Reply #12 on: January 28, 2019, 09:57:15 PM »
 

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A new MOBO for the G750JS seems to come in at around $495, from what I can see online. How much would you charge to fit a motherboard?

I think this laptop could end up burning an even deeper hole in my pocket, if it's only going to last another 3 years 10 months with the MOBO replacement - for me personally it's not worth it. The Dell Latitude D630 that I'm typing on (almost 12 years old), will have to be my new daily driver now, until it breaks down - it's a fine little machine for my daily admin needs and it only cost me $90 secondhand a few years back. I wish gaming laptops were as robust and reasonably priced ..!
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2011 - Samsung NP-N145 Plus (1core; 2threads) ~ Intel Atom N455@1.66GHz - Manjaro (tried LL3 series but lagged)
2008 - Asus X71Q (2cores) ~ Intel T3200@2.0GHz - LL4.4/Win8.1 dual-boot (LL working beautifully)
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Re: My Asus G750 gaming laptop is now officially dead ...!
« Reply #13 on: January 29, 2019, 06:12:59 AM »
 

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The other day, I was downloading videos on a G750 Asus laptop, without any issues as usual. I've had it for only 4 years. When I went to use it the following day, it refused to switch on, and the LED status lights on the front of the chassis didn't light up at all. I did the usual thing like check the power supply (it was fine). I took it to our local and very excellent computer repair shop and they checked everything but couldn't get it to work.  They said they see this quite a lot with gaming laptops, often overheating and the motherboard then breaks down.

Wondered if you had a similar experience. Really disapointing as these laptops are really expensive - the 17" one I had was ~ 1200 - never again - I think I'll go for a Raspberry pi instead, LOL  ::)

Try this - https://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch001127.htm


If no change then with no battery fitted or power supply plugged in to -

if your laptop works with power supply and battery not fitted remove battery and try this.

remove RAM , clean its connector with paper, clean its connection on board with air duster.

Add in battery and power supply and try to power on, if not -

remove both power sources , remove hard drive/s clean connections with air dusters, re add power try again, if not -
 
remove both power sources , open laptop remove keyboard connecter, clean both sides with air duster, re connect power both and retry it.

If not and all internal dust is removed and it is retried then next -
board not working , it can be likely a capacitor, (9 out of 10 times) get it tested using an esr meter, or use signal generator on square wave and oscilloscope, replace faulty capacitor/capacitors, or other components not replace motherboard.

But if you notice the cpu gpu is melted ... it probably didn't shut down when it was designed to.
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Re: My Asus G750 gaming laptop is now officially dead ...!
« Reply #14 on: January 29, 2019, 08:21:23 AM »
 

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Heya!

You seem to know your way around @bitsnpcs ! ;)

I'll add my two cents from experience with these issues.
Indeed trying without the battery was what I was going to type...
But also, even if the power supply turns on, I have seen that some break down and don't give the needed Amperage anymore. (sometime even voltage).
So, if you can get another, maybe universal, AC Adapter with the correct Voltage and Amperage to try, I would suggest to try this.
** Important : If the new AC Adapter has MORE Amperage, its fine, but not less. Voltage has to be the same or really close, like 19V versus 19.5V for example should be fine.
** Important 2 : Be carefull that positive and negative poles fit original AC Adapter. It's pretty standard but just to be sure.

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