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Asus x51r powers on then off, no display

Laptop has no display, switch and sleep indicator lights up then off after few seconds.

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  • aqua0zero Feb 06, 2009

    i'm having trouble my power goes on then off in 2 seconds and no display i remove the rtc battery to reset the cmos and doing so i try taking off the bottom of the laptop but not all the way then but everything back and nothing. please help me.

  • dinophyta Mar 20, 2009

    My new asus x51 after three months "works is unable to" switch on....Please, help!!!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2009

    "small bothers of the clock"??? Please... explain

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Use This way :
• Open the unity central of your pc and search for the small bothers of the clock.
• Pick up and return it in the same place .
• Switch on your pc and see it.

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Where is CMOS battery on my Asus X51r??? Wanna replace it!!!

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