By my oppinion there is a problem with new bios. I have upgraded it but I had to downgrade back to 1.25.The fan had nonsnece behavior. It ran at middle speed without GPU load. But when I was playing a game The fan speeded down to the lowest speed. I realy dont see the point of this behavior.
and sorry for my poor english
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thourios wrote:Two days ago while I was copying a cd using my Amilo 1556Pi I heared a click and the notebook shuts down. The notebook was on a ZALMAN notebook cooler. This had happened a lot of times (the sudden shut down) but this time I had to make a clean Windows XP Installation because it wouldn't start up again. Last year I replaced the burned out Nvidia Ge Force Go 7600 graphic card under warranty. Maybe I was "a lucky one". I was advised that this occured because of overheating. I had also read in several forums that this is a common problen in these notebooks. Though the notebook was always used in a room with airconditioning and on a cooler, occasionally when ever it wanted click, and off, even after replacing the graphic card. Checking this site after reinstaling XP I found out that there was a Bios update wich I installed and I think it works. I see that the Nvidia temparture is 50 degrees C. when it was never under 68C. in the same room temperature.
1) By the way the last e-mail I received by Fujitsu Siemens was: No updates available for your product. Why?
2) Why did it take Fujitsu Siemens more than two years to realise that faulty graphic cards and chipsets were installed in these notebooks and gave now (I hope so) a solution ?
3) How many people have purchased these notebooks, have there graphic cards burned and have to pay now about 400 Euros to get them repaired?
4) I think that Fujitsu Siemens must recall and replace all these notebooks or at least repair them at no cost becuse the notebooks were delivered with faulty graphic cards, chipset as they admit.
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