Share on Track this topic Print this topic. I tried removing the keyboard – one part – near the VGA connector just cannot be detached. Try removing the keyboard, few 1Msia netbook variants placed the HDD right underneath the keyboard. Forum Announcement New Registrations disabled until further notice. Thanks in advance for all the suggestions. Newer Post Older Post Home.
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Hello, My brother’s 1Malaysia Idola netbook from Mimos is no longer bootable due to a dead harddisk – totally unrecognizable by bios. Track this topic Receive email notification when a reply has been made to this topic and you are not active on the board.
I have personally never used any non WD harddisk after my experience with Maxtor. Attachment no screws under the stickers here too.
Problem is the unlike older 1Malaysia netbooks which have a removal RAM and hard disk cover at the back of the netbook, this Idola netbook only has one RAM removal cover. And it seems that now Malaysia has its own portable PC which is the iDola which is now in version 2. Read latest posts or hide this alert.
Show posts by this member only Post 6. Mar 2 This post has been edited by g5sim: I checked underneath the stickers and there was no additional screws to be fasten. Show posts by this member only Post Rais said he will also hold discussions with the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission SKMM on how best to promote the product to the public. I tried removing the keyboard – one part – near the VGA connector just cannot be detached.
Mimls should get a 1malaysiz HDD to replace the spoiled one.
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Send your notebook to notebook repair shop to let them change HDD for you. Show posts by this member only Post 4. Somebody actually suggested to have the harddisk replaced when its still usable lol – so that you don’t end up with important info crashing with disk.
Was having to open the entire thing after removing the three screws. Subscribe to this forum Receive email notification when a new topic is posted in this forum and you are not active on the board. Show posts by this member only Post 7.
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D denkiu denkie – 1nalaysia was able to open the keyboard – beneath the keyboard got three more screws. Forum Announcement New Registrations disabled until further notice. I tried 1malayska open the keyboard to attempt to reach the harddisk – but its impossible as parts of the keyboard are like totally glued together. Mar 3 Happy weekend This post has been edited by g5sim: With the boom of netbooks around the world, Malaysians are steadily catching up to the digital age as netbooks are much more affordable than typical notebooks.
Rais said he will be asking Ongkili to brief the Cabinet on the advantages of the iDola v2 because the previous version did not meet the specifications required. Most of the netbooks now are made by companies in mimls US and Taiwan where it all started.
Tuesday, January 26, IDola: Show posts by this member only Post 5. Ongkili said the iDola is equipped with the second version of the Mimos-developed Jemapoh software, which can also be deployed in desktops, notebooks and mobile phones.
Show posts by this member only Post 1. He said the computer will help make broadband a utility and increase domestic broadband adoption. Welcome Guest Log In Register. Show posts by this member only Post 8.