Question about Computers & Internet
Try a couple things for me first--
*put your comp on a flat stable surface.
*look at your power cord. there is a big box in the middle of it. check to make sure the wires on either side of it are pushed in all the way, if it is the kind that unplugs from the box like mine are.
* open your notebook and plug the cord into the back.
* while holding the plug firmly into the back of your notebook, turn it on and try to boot up.
if this doesnt let you turn it on and boot up, you have either an internal power supply problem, battery problem or possibly a bad power cord. you would need to have someone physically check this for you.
If it does turn on. the jack in the back could be worn out, loose or what have you or the cord is possibly bad.
please let me know what happens
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
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