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No startup I've loaded my system with Windows ME and it went to do it's reboot. It hasn't turned on since. When I plug it in, charge light flashes for a while and then goes out. While this is happening, there is a ticking sound from the internal speakers. Most of the time, I plug it in and it does nothing. Please help!

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  • Phil Vander Aa Jan 29, 2007

    The unit doesn't even boot to cmos. It won't even turn on. I have proper voltage from power supply but it fluctuates when I plug it in to the laptop. Is this normal? or is the motherboard fried?

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The ticking sound could be the harddrive which could well be the heads parking continually because it cannot find the boot.ini file, possibly a damaged harddrive.

Posted on Jan 27, 2007

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    andrew pester Jan 29, 2007

    It may well then be the mobo ac connector.

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