It could be because it a very old battery. My Dell Latitude E6400 is nearing eight years old and it was rated with around 4 hours of battery life when new. Now, I get an alert saying I need a new battery and a full charge lasts about an hour on a good day. Try getting a replacement battery. This should be perfect: http://www.laptopbatteryhq.com/dell-inspiron-9300-laptop-battery.html?gclid=CjwKEAjwv7HABRCSxfrjk... Hope this helps - Jono
Yes, it will fit. Let me explain to you why if you would like to look into other M.2 SSDs as well. There are 5 main lengths to an M.2 SSD. 2230, 2242, 2260, 2280, and 22110. These numbers can be decoded as width-length in millimeters. All of these above are 22mm wide. But they have different lengths, like 30, 42, 60, 80, and 110mm. Every laptop will support different types of SSDs, mainly by length, not width. Your laptop is compatible with 2280 M.2 SSDs. So you can use the Samsung 950 Pro SSD. Hope that was enough information for you, ;-D -Jono
Well, it depends on the size of the sim card. There are three types of SIM cards. Regular, Micro-Sim, and Nano-Sim. I've looked it up and Apple has not changed the size of their SIM card trays. Both iPhones use a Nano-Sim card. -Jono
Usually this is because of debris or dust on the connector for the keyboard. My laptop had this problem. I took the laptop apart until I could get to the keyboard connector. I removed the keyboard and cleaned the connector by taking an eraser and "erasing" all the dust off. The pins were a lot more shiny and the keyboard worked perfectly after that. I hope this helps. It could also be helpful if you searched "Acer Aspire E1-510 keyboard replacement" so you can see how to properly remove it. -Jono
I had this problem with my Sony Xperia T2 Ultra. Have yet to figure out what it is... When I tried to diagnose my phone, I replaced the new "faulty" screen with a new one but the same thing happened. The DIGITIZER seems to be working because when I swiped up when I though the boot reached the home screen, I could feel the phone vibrating because I was pressing the different keys to my passcode. So in my case it seems to be the display cable that's the issue, but at this point it's that or the logic board. So check for any tears in the display cable or scratches on the logic board. That's the most I can offer now from my own experiences I hope you understood what I meant in the digitizer paragraph. -Jono
There is no easy way to separate the digitizer and the display without damaging either of them. I'd recommend getting both the screen and digitizer for a much easier repair. Since the Nexus 5X is a phone it will be hard to get the assemby (screen and digitizer assembly) on eBay or Amazon. As of writing this post there are probably a lot more random people having these assemblies. I recommend looking up the model number of the Nexus you have and searching "replacement lcd digitizer screen assembly for Nexus 5X" on eBay or Amazon or whatever you use and going from there. If I find anything reliable I'll link it on this post or another comment. If don't want to do the work and have the money just give it to someone else to fix. -Jono
There is a cable that is connected all of the buttons on the phone. You will have to disassemble the phone in order to reach is cable and replace it. You may just bring it to a repair shop to get it fixed. This is the cable. Best Luck -Jono P.S. If you have questions just respond.