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What is the exact model of the unit? How long ago was it purchased? If it is under warranty you may want to go that route, or have the unit serviced by a qualified technician in your area. If you give me your location I can assist you in finding one. Hope this helps. Thanks, Lee
Try this procedure! click here. After checking your power supply and it is working fine, put it back again into your computer casing. Next thing to do is to check your motherboard switch (power on). Look for the manual of your motherboard and look for the power on switch. If you find it then get a screw driver and short the pin using the screw driver. Be careful not to touch the other pin! But you have to check all the computer components to determine what is
exactly the cause why it's not functioning. If it's not turning on your computer while you short the power switch on that means probably your motherboard fail. Other option is, in order to troubleshoot the problem of your computer you must have an extra computer with the same model and plug all your components there one by one to determine what is exactly the problem of your computer. Then you can decide what computer parts need to be replace. Have a nice day!
well if the laptop worked till there was charge in the secondry battery its an issue with the cord or the port that connects the powercord to the laptop. ie the inlet on the laptop. check these two as well.
your rooter must have a reset button on it. Considering that there was a red light on, it sounds like it is off rather than dead. There are only a couple things to try, the reset I mentioned, and the other is a power cycle. Disconnect everything the input line, the power cord and any thing else that is connected, and wait 5 minutes to reboot and connect everything.
My laptop had a similar problem. I left my laptop running and some time later when I went back to my laptop, it would not startup. The power light seemed to be on but the laptop would not function. I tried several things like pressing on the power key for some time without any success and also tried all sorts of alternate buttons and sequences.
I resolved the problem by first disconnecting the power cord then by removing the battery for 5 minutes. I then re-installed the battery then connected the power adapter.
As soon as I turned the power button 'ON', the laptop booted up again.
Try to switch it on connected to an AC charger, if it switches on ,
then it is a battery problem. If not, it may be the AC charger, or
oxide in the charger contact.
I sugggest also going to a local phone repair shop, and eventually testing a different battery and a charger. If
the battery works, replace it, if it is not the battery or the AC
charger, then ask the fee for repair. Usually it is the charger or the