Have you taken apart the cpu cooler and cleaned off the cpu and gpu chip thermal paste and reapplied new thermal paste to see if the new thermal paste helps. Power on, fan spins once, wifi and power led lits and the next second it stops. I was not able to find the board. I bought the laptop from Alienware, but of course they don't honor the warranty or anything. Now, there is nothing but marketing for their current models.
It appears to be a hannstar j mv-4 94v-0. Puede que los siguientes consejos te ayuden, o puede que no. There is one particular laptap motherboard manufacturer in China that makes a lot of them for other countries. When I look up processors with that socket it is showing both Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge processors. This is a guess to a degree because I don't know about the brand of motherboard your laptop uses, however, nearly all motherboards have the same feature.
Sager web site: may be able to help only because I've noticed they sometimes have some older repair parts hanging around. I am having the same issue with the same board. This will usually wipe out the password as well. I am not a novie to laptop repairs. Christopher Masloub said: the socket may be compatable but the cpu is soldured to the motherboard if you want to upgrade you will have to get a new motherboard with a new prossesor which is really difficult and expensive if i were you i would not even try especially if you do not know what you are doing. My guess is they would rather sell you their newer model. So I guess I am just going to replace the motherboard but I cant find one.
If, as gfdos notes, the password is for your hard drive, you can just replace it with one from Newegg. The battery I got was totally flat. However, I've sold a number of notebooks based on Clevo boards and when I went to their site this time, every piece of archival information has been purged from their site. They can be tricky to identify, but generally can be. Even then, if it is a Toshiba, you can pretty much forget support from them.
I had a laptop once that if you set the hard drive encriiption the box to ask for the password was similar, but once incripted. Oh, as a rule, the jumper is near the battery. However, contacting the company may help, so give it a try. If you can find any info telling you what the motherboard is numbers, anything , I may be able to find out about the board. I had to charge it for about 5-10 minutes before it would start.
So if there are two solder points to short, I wouldn't know where they might be, or if they exist. I have the same laptop, Gateway M-2623-u and is doing the same thing. Hannstar's web site in Taiwan is and they have an email form for contacting support at. The seller has 100% positive feed back and swear upon god that it was triple tested. I'll update changes if I come across anything else.
Are you sure it is a bios password and not a hard drive encription password? Until then I got the same thing that you have. Let me know how everything goes. At least, I haven't yet found one. I have a Gateway M2623-U Laptop. If you have it back together you could give it a go and let it charge for 10 minutes and see if it will work for you. This may sound a bit odd, but please bear with me.
. I found a spot on the board that says Jp10, but there is a big solder spot next to it, and 2 small solder spots which is what I am guessing is the posts to short. As R Broyles said, you may need to contact the manufacturer to find out where this jumper, or sometimes just two points on the motherboard, is in order to short the leads. So i am convinced that its either a motherboard problem or a wrong part number. However, I discovered Hannstar is not actually a motherboard manufacturer at all.