Try having your battery tested. There may be not enough power to run everything on your comp.
Anotherthing to consider, if your CPU fan isnt working the bios wont start the O.S. as the CPU will overheat and shut down automatically. Good Luck
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Franciso: Have you tried using your laptop power adapter without your battery being in? You will save alot of money just using your power adapter when you are at home without your battery being in your laptop. I hope that you have a cooler fan under your laptop because it will help your laptop still cool. If the adapter doesn't help you will have to reinstall windows and load your programs again. If you need more help let me know. Cathann
You were FORMATTING it? Meaning... you were erasing the operating system? If that's the case, then... you have no operating system and the computer cannot boot up because it has no operating system to boot into.
pls consider changing ur RAM issue will be resolved most likely ok let me know , there is strong chance ur RAM is faulty, if power comes but unable to start the system u see blank screen and no hard disk activity and light blinking then it is the RAM issue
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let me know the display massage when you are start your system by pressing the power key.
let me know are you able to boot the system or not.
Try to put windows xp bootable cd in drive and choose boot from cdro option in cmos setup.
when setup is started then choose repair option.