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The first thing I would check before anything else is that your AC adapter (that brick on the floor) has an input of 110 v, 115 v, or 120 v. If not, then that is probably your problem.
If you have the correct AC adapter, then next thing I would try is hooking up an external monitor to the laptop and using the toggle display button (usually an Fn + Function key combination; for example, on my laptop it is Fn + F5) to see if you get a picture on the external display. Also, shine a flashlight at the display (at a 45 degree angle to it) when you try and turn on the computer and see if you can faintly see a picture.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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