Some common problems with Asus computers include failure to turn on, failure to connect to the Internet and unresponsive key pads. Other problems include blank or blue screens and turning off suddenly.
A loose or disconnected power cable, a faulty charger, a damaged power button, or a defect in the internal memory can cause an Asus computer not to turn on. An Asus computer may fail to connect to the Internet when the Wi-Fi card is flawed, the Ethernet port is damaged or when the network configuration is incorrect. A broken touch pad and a loose ribbon can lead to the malfunctioning of the touch pad.
A faulty Binary Operating System or low power supply can cause a blank screen. Additionally, turning the monitor off or disconnecting the cables can cause similar problems. A blue screen may occur when the memory is corrupted or when the hardware and software components are incompatible.
Defects in the computer’s random access memory, a filled up hard drive or an overheated computer component can cause an Asus computer to crash. A broken monitor, a faulty beep code and inaccurate settings in the complementary metal-oxide semiconductor may cause an Asus to not operate when turned on. Sudden shutdown may occur when the power management settings are configured improperly or when the power cable is unplugged.