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Computer Wont Turn Back On

I downloaded Internet Explorer 7 on my laptop (The microsoft website said that I had to have it in order to get updates for Windows XP~ I also use Mozilla Firefox) and when I went to restart my computer it would not come back on. I have tested the AC adaptor so I know that it is not a power problem. I was on it earlier today and it was working fine. I didnt have this problem until I downloaded IE and now I cant even get my computer to turn back on to try and fix it. When I hit the power button, the computer does try to come on and then dies again. Please Help!

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  • Anonymous Jan 29, 2009

    I can hear the fan spinning when I press the power button but I cant even get it to start up long enough to get to a screen. When the power cord is in the back the light is on to show that it is connected. When I hit the power button, the fan starts and the lights on the keyboard come on then go right back off. I dont have the XP disk that came with the computer as it was never given to me. Is there a way that I can get it off the internet then burn to a disk? I dont know what to do

  • Joshua Hansen May 11, 2010

    Weird, i thought I answered this...



    Can you clarify what happens when it tries to turn on? Do you just get no power? Does it get into windows?



    If it doesn't power up, remove the battery for a few minutes and try again. Or remove it outright and use the AC adapter.



    If it can get to windows, what happens? Do you get a blue screen? If so, try pressing F8 as you boot up and choose "safe mode" and see if you can get in all the way.



    Lemme know!

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Can you hear if your if your hard drive is spinning??

Try placing the XP disk in, booting from the disk and go through the process as though you were going to install xp WITHOUT installing. If your hard drive is not dead it will show you that you have a windows installation already there. If it is there then it will be asking you where to install XP. You may have to be quick getting the disk in since it seems like you laptop turns right back off so it may take you 2 tries. 1 to get the tray open and 1 to boot it up.

If the cd doesn't boot up, be sure you have your cd selected as the first boot option in your bios.

Hope this helps!!

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