I apoligize for my insufficient knowledge of English.
I decided to search for an advice abroad since nobody is able to help me here in my country.
I have a Packard Bell Easynote TE 11HC laptop. It has two very strage problems that I can't solve for months. Before I throw it into recycle bin, I would like to know if maybe there is something that can be done (besides changing the MOBO).
1st problem: Whenever I physically move, touch, lift the laptop it instantly drops Internet connection. The CPU starts to run at 100% with System interrupts process at the top. It also gets huge latency spikes at that moment caused by ndis.sys driver. The ONLY way to get back the connection is to restart or hybernate the laptop. At first I thought that my wireless card is on its way out, so I took it out, and switched to LAN cable. To my surprise, the same thing happens with LAN cable. I simply lift my laptop from table, put it in my lap and the network is gone. CPU runs at 100%, LAN or Wireless adapter has glitched out and doesn't even respond when I dissable it. Again, the only way to get back the connection is to restart or hybernate the laptop.
Software wise I have tried practically everything. It happens on all versions of Windows with all drivers. It almost certainly looks like some sort of hardware problem, but since it happens with both adapters, I have no idea what could cause this.
2nd problem: This problem showed up just recently. Laptop started to shut down when the charger is plugged in and something graphically demanding is happening on screen. (Video or game). I've tried to take out battery and leave it only on charger - same thing happens. It works perfectly fine only on the battery power. When it shuts down, I can turn it back on right away BUT it disconnects the battery for like 5 minutes. It shows ''plugged in'' not charging. At first I thought that the charger is unable to provide sufficient power, since it happens when watching videos or playing simple games, but then I tried similar charger (not original though), and it did the same thing. Laptop is not overheating! I've monitored CPU and GPU temperatures. It barely reaches 65C. Heat sink is clean, thermal paste looks fine, and no dust are inside the laptop. Something causes short circuit when it is charging.
The worst thing is that I gave this laptop to specialists, and they said that there is nothing wrong with the laptop... But obviously it is barely breathing!
Could it be, that the Motherboard has gone completely crazy?
Thank you in advance!