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Toshiba L 30 wan't booting

I have toshiba L30 series, wan't booting, power indicator on, hd indicator on for few second then shut down again then on again (repeatly).
please give an advise..
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Remove or even replace cmos battery for 1 minute and should be back to normal. Worked for me.

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