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Try this : First unplug the power cord, then remove the battery and reinsert it. Plug the power cord back in and wait 10 seconds. Turn power on.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
Tips for a great answer:
Try firstly removing the laptop's
battery as it may be at a critical voltage and the system will not
start because of it. Plug in your ac adaptor and monitor what
happens. Does the power light illuminate? If it does it should then
boot up, if it doesn't, try a known good ac adaptor before going any
If the adaptor is fine and the laptop still won't start, then you may have a mother board fault and should contact a dealer/repairer for further advice.
Hope this helps.
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