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Will Not Stay On

I turned it off and it was working fine, but when I tried to turn it back on it powered up for a moment and turned off again. Now it doesn't turn on most of the time, or it turns on but it immediately turns off before it gets to Window's menu. I am so frustrated with this piece of **** laptop. I will never buy anything with this brand name. Nor will I allow my comrade's to purchase such ****.

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  • cdarbaugh Dec 30, 2008

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    I have A Mirus AL51/50-15 Laptop. I checked the battery, I checked the power source, but it just will not stay on. I even attempted to restore the computer to the manufactors original setting. However, before it completed the restore process it turned off. Now all it will do is the screen will go black and tell me to hit the control, alt, delete buttons to reboot the computer. What do you suggest I do? Is this computer worth getting repaired, or should I just trash it?

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Hello, which is your laptop brand and model?

Check your power supply
Check your battery (take out and see what's happen, only connected with AC)
Check your memory


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