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    Soundwave
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    Quote Originally Posted by peterscm View Post
    My previous T100TA, after upgraded to Win10 and plug in the VGA adaptor having the same issue. Even I reverted back to Win 8.1.

    Later I discovered when the battery is around 18% - 20%, plug in external power and wait for 30 seconds and then remove the power cable, it will crash my T100TA. Same screen as mentioned about. Cannot do anything. Have to turn off the unit. This issue never happen before.

    I sent it for 'warranty' claims (extended warranty - covered by insurance). The company sent it to Asus and cannot be repaired due to the product is EOL - no spare part. So I got a new T100HA as replacement.

    So, it look like motherboard problem. I may be wrong.
    Blaming the motherboard is highly probably you are right

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    Soundwave
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    Quote Originally Posted by peterscm View Post
    I have not tested it yet.
    I would be damn scared to test it off again on the new device.

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    Update on this issue with the microHDMI to VGA adapter:
    After using such adapter without realizing that is an active component requiring auxiliary power through a bad made microUSB, I ended up with a fried motherboard.
    The problematic IC was the Power Management one as it got hot as hell after few seconds of turning on the tablet. The tablet was unusable because Intel Thermal was throttling the CPU down to 0.5 GHz, but besides this problem and the fact that it had huge battery drain the laptop was working .
    I didn't take the risk on replacing the PM IC because I had a good offer on a new motherboard for the tablet. And also because the PM IC might have not been the root of the issue after all. It's possible that it got so hot because something else was putting huge loads on him, and the high current flow made it hot. That something else could have been the GPU integrated in the main SOC (not worth replacing IMO).
    I've put this out here for research purposes.

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