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M70 does not boot, green LED turns off after 5 seconds

- Tried two different power supply - With & without docking station - With & without CD player - With & without hard drive - With & without battery - With & without 5-15 seconds hold on power button, - With & without Fn key held with power onm as well ad F1, Esc etc. Result is the same if power key on docking station. Was working great until a newer model came, then it sat in the dark for a year, now offended, will not start, play dead.

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Well I had the same problem with my Dell Latitude D600. I tried many batteries, fully charged, partially charged and even i tried scenarios with AC Power On or Off. Nothing really seemed to work as my laptop was both hot and cold. I noticed this problem was coming specially when laptop is cold.
The Solution is found is, when i have this problem, i press the power button and then move the rotate the laptop, so that its screen touches the desk and keybord is upright verticle, i know it sounds ODD, but it really made my life so easier as now this problem doesnt haunt me.  and it will boot on first, second or third go.

Normal Laptop Condition with keybord down and LCD Open
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or put the lcd down flat while keeping the keyboard in the same position as above.

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The board not holding power,
this can be first chk the RAM press it tight.
the next is chk smps output.

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So after 5 seconds it won't come on again at all, or it runs for 5 seconds each time? What else do you have running on this computer? I'd suggest disconnecting all non-essential devices (hard drives, all but one memory chip, any expansion cards other than video) - if one of them has a short, they can pull down the power supply (regardless of the condition) and cause it to shut off exactly as you've explained. Let me know if that makes a difference (it obviously won't boot without a hard drive, but it will get far enough to see if that's the problem). If that doesn't make a difference, let me know and we'll try something else.

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When you say you "tried turning it on with the battery removed", did you leave it plugged into the wall with the charging adapter at the time? Please clarify that you tried to use it while plugged in without the battery and it would not power up? When you plugged it in without the battery, was the green charging light on? Or did you get no power light at all?

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There are three lights on your keyboard that should come on when the laptop is plugged in and turned on. One is the power light, the other is the battery charging light and the last one is the hard drive indicator that looks like a round cylinder on the picture. Tell me when you plug it into the outlet and the battery charge light is on, does the hard drive light come on and/or flicker when you try to power up the laptop? How many lights come on when you press and hold down the power button with the cord plugged into the wall?

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Try this, with laptop removed from docking unit:

1. Press and hold the laptop power button down, for 10 seconds.
2. Now remove the battery
3. Repeat step one above
4. Let the laptop sit for 10 minutes.
5. Reinstall the battery
6. Make sure docking station is unplugged, and insert laptop into docking station.
7. Plug in power supply (to dock)
8. Start the laptop.
9. IF IT STARTS, let it run a while to see if the battery is charging
10. Remove it from the dock and repeat steps 1-5 above and then go directly to 8 (start without connecting dock).

CONCLUSIONS: If the laptop started in the dock on step 9 but not 10 (only on battery), your battery or power regulator circuit may be damaged. However, if it starts in step 10 but not step 9, your docking station -or its AC power supply may be damaged Let me know how this comes out, please.

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