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In regards to your notebook not powering up what sounds like is happening is the system got stuck in suppend mode when the system lost power. So what you will need to do is remove the battery from the system and unplug the ac adapter from the system as well. Next hold the power button for about 10 to 15 seconds. The will clear any power the capacitors may have stored. After you have done this plug in the ac adapter only and try to power the system on. The system should boot. After it does power it down again. Next unplug the ac adapter and put the battery back in. Now you should be able to use the system normally again. Note you will need to charge the battery backup.
Let me know if you still have trouble and/or if you have any other questions.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
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