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The lights on my laptop comes on but the laptop does not come on. i do not here the processor kicks in either. my wife uses it about eight hours a day on the bed, covering up the fan which i think causes it to burn out. any solutions?

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    same problem with me where cam i fix it in Trinidad .

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take out the battery and turn on the system unplugged to drain the flee power. then put the battery back -->>> reboot. if that does not work
remove the battery and replug the system -->>> reboot
if both fails probably a Motheboard problem

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