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Charges battery, but will not power up when button pushed

The lead light indicates that the battery is charged after being plugged in for a while; however, when the power button is pressed to turn computer on, the charged lead light goes out and computer will not power up

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  • jnichols1967 Jan 09, 2009

    I have the same problem as rball1...

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Check battery condition: double click on battery icon in Power meter.
Change battery if battery is than 3 years

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