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notebooks or laptops do not have the switches it totally depends on ur adoptor ... if u are using 110 power the adoptor has to be capable of that and if 220 than too the adoptor should be capable , in the market now aday u get adoptors which handles multiple settings ... best way is call asus cust care and ask them if they have something for it or not if u want u can buy it from them or locally places like best buy and wal mart ... if u have purchsed it in US its bond to support 110... totally depending on the country wher u bought it
please do some activity to conform the problem in your laptop, veryfy while you are pressing the power button after some time, press the num lock or cap luck switch is it working means the light is blowing or not? are able to listen the windows start sound? then connect a external monitor and try to swict the vdo on it? if yes then it is the LCD problem and you need to change the LCD assembly. if no then try the following steps:
1: veryfy your adoptor light is glowing or not? if yes then go to next step, if no then replace the adoptor.
2: remove all the external connection, remove the battery from backsite. remove the power adoptor. press the power button for 2min. then connect the battery, adoptor and try... if no then follow below
3. then try to on the laptop by pressing fn+power on botton. try to refix the ram. is there any LED is glowing or not..........?if no then you need to change the mother board
first do a hard reset that disconnect the ac adoptor and the battery form the notebook and press the power button for 30 second and then only connect the adoptor and power on the notebook as the notebook boot up get connect to the internet to the hp.com site and do a bios update on the notebook
It seems that ur adoptor is not ok , u can save the money by purchasing any 9 V adoptor, It available for less than 1 USD in our country ..& cut the wires of ur budled adoptor & fix them in correct polarity with the wire connecting the charger base ..( before doing this proces check voltage output from adoptor by using a multimetre.)
This type of problem generally occurs when adoptor stops working and battery goes down. Show first of all check your power adoptor, its working or not, to check-out remove battery and use power adoptor then try to boot. If there is power led on means adoptor is ok otherwise try to reconnect and also check whether the power supply is ok for adoptor. For canfirmation use another adoptor.
If above not working then you can try to these steps:
1. Remove Power connection (Adoptor connection to Laptop).
2. Remove battery.
3. Re-Connect power to laptop.
4. Make switch on.
If above does not work then after step 2 try the followings
A. Press and hold power button for abt 20-30 secs. keep holding on and insert Power connection now if power led get on leave the button. After that it should on.
If all above didn't solve your problem, then its time to take tour of service centre.