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It doesn't sound like a software issue. Try removing the battery from the laptop and try to start it again. Your battery may be faulty. The power supply should still be able to start it if the battery is bad.
- With that problem i would recommend a motheboard replacement for your asus inlcuding the power cords to rectify the issue.
- before sending this to replace the motherboard backup all your files and save it into an external hdd/ dvd disc
- Windows reinstallation is need after replacing the mainboard.
-that should solve your problem.
1. Disconnect the AC Adapter. 2. Remove the Battery. 3. Hold the Power button down for 30 seconds to 1 minute. 4. Reconnect the AC adapter and do NOT connect the battery now. 5. Turn on the Notebook power.
If turned on, shut down the Notebook, insert the Battery and turn it on again. That's it.
With an extensive use of the notebook, some times notebook would store some static charges which indeed will stop the notebook from powering up or charging the battery.
Performing above procedure will not effect any personal data or delete any pictures from the hard drive on your notebook.
You can try basic troubleshooting. Unplug the laptop, takeout the battery. With the laptop still unplugged, put the battery back in and power-on the laptop. If that doesn't work and you hear no beeping sounds, the motherboard maybe bad and needs replacing.