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Re: my laptop isn't turning on anymore ! Although its...
The fujitsu laptops from that time i'm known with have a little display thing in the middle just over the keyboard, but that doesent have to say anything try clicking on the power button lots and lots of times if it doesent turn on then and just the fan start for a little moment you may have a mother board that has gone bad but if you take of the keyboard and stuff from it and under there somwhere you will se a copper thingy that goes to you mother boad where it is some screws, try and take those screws out and start the laptop then it shold start then while its still on screw the cooler on to the mounting but nott hard , i've had the same problem with a fujitsu siemens e4010
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Hi, When using other charger for a laptop, you should mention CAREFULLY the volt and ampere for the new charger. But first, if you have other laptop similar, you can use it's battery to test the dropped one. Please tell us your results Good Luck
Power drain would be a better solution in this case. 1.first shut down the comp 2.unplug the charger 3. remove the battery and
after press and hold the power button for 60 seconds without any
charger and the battery.After the 60 seconds replug the battery and the
charger and turn the computer
Monitor: if the inverters were blown, you would be unable to use clamps as a workaround. I suspect a lose or broken contact to the display wafer caused by rough handling of the laptop. This is delicate stuff, you cannot repair without specialized tools and usually its simpler and cheaper to swap the panel for a new one.
Charger: try to remove the battery and connect the charger. Check if the laptop starts now. If yes, the battery probably reached its end of life and drains so much power during inefficient charge that the power supply has not enough extra strength to run the laptop on top. Only one hour of run time hints to a degraded battery, too. Replace the battery with a new one and check if the problem persists.
If the laptop does not run with charger and without battery, the power regulation in the laptop is fried.
Since there is more than one defect already (replacement batteries are not cheap, too), you should consider to contact Acer repair services. In my experience they provide reasonable priced repairs; they give you a quotation for a small fee before they actually repair the thing, so you can decide how to proceed.
Check if they have a repair site in your vicinity. I went to Acer Hong Kong in 2005 with similar problems and a few days later picked up my machine, repaired to my satisfaction and with a full report what was wrong.
Let's try to determine where the problem is. Since you didn't mention the Brand, model or operating system, I'll try to wing it. Turn everything off. Take out your battery. Turn the system on without the battery in place. Does it turn on? Yes means the battery is bad. No means either the laptop or charger are bad. Go to Best Buy and purchase one of their laptop chargers (must be for your brand). Now try to turn on laptop without battery in it and with a new charger. Does it turn on? No means there's a problem with the laptop. Yes means your old charger was the culprit. If no put in the battery and wait a couple of hours. There are some laptops that still use an old circuitry that the battery must be in for the unit to turn on.
If so, unplug it from the wall charger, remove the battery and wait 5 minutes. Then plug the unit back in, leaving the battery out. Attempt to power up. You may lose what work you hadn't saved from the previous use, but nothing else.
If that doesn't work, it's possible that
A) power socket isn't completely connected to the motherboard anymore, so
B) battery isn't charging properly, or
C) the wall charger has gone bad.
I'd say you're in hibernation tho.