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Unplug everything (and I do mean *everything*) from the laptop and remove the battery.
Then with no power of any kind for the laptop, hold down the power button 15 seconds.
Attach A/C power and try to turn it on.
If that does not work, remove power and take out the CD/DVD drive and if you feel
comfortable with it, take out the RAM and hard drive.
Connect power and try to turn on. See if you get beeps or a power light on the laptop. If
you get beeps, put the RAM back in and try power again. If that gives you a display, add
back the hard drive.
Let me know what happens.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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