Question about Compaq Evo N610C Notebook
Although the power input (18.5 volts-checked it) is plugged in cannot get a green power light.
I have the same notebook and the same problem occurs with mine. First you have to disconect the battery a few times in a row. You may have to tremove the bios battery. If you have the extra battery in the socket where the cd player is then you need to remove that battery as well. I have this issue with my laptop on a regular basis and thats what i do to fix the issue. watch out for heating up issues you can't use this unit flat on your lap for a long period of time it will heat up and random shut off, you should get a cooling fan tray from e-bay i got one with 3 fans for 11 dollars i also recomend going into the bios and setting the fan to always on when pluged in thjis helps keep the unit cool and working. When you get the light to come on i sugest letting the battery charge up before using the unit.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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