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Toshiba laptop does not boot up.

Once the power button is pressed, it immediately turns from green to orange and does not boot.

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  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock May 11, 2010

    Does this happen when the power cord is used to run the computer?

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Hi there this sounds like its going straight into stanby mode, when you close the lid of your laptop while the computer is on it puts your laptop into standby, there is a tiny button or pin underneath the lid which compresses when the lid is shut, try to see if you can find it to see if it is pressed in, if it is just carefully get a small pair of tweezers and try to pull it out without forcing it.

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