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Power up,(Balance Laptop)

My laptop will not start up,,Battery fully charged and power plug shows voltage,,,still will not powering up......I cleaned and checked battery Terminals.....Any help would be great....

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  • lewis_angus Feb 16, 2009

    Thanks Rod,,But nothing will power up not even the light on the power button,,,,But I will try an external monitor tonight,,,,



    Lewis

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ANY TYPE OF FLASHING LIGHTS DID IT MAKE ANY TYPE BEEPING NOISE.

TRY PUTTING EXTERNAL MONITOR ON WHEN YOU TRY TO TURN IT ON

ROD

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

  • ROD GANDY Feb 17, 2009

    WHEN YOU TURN ON THE COMPUTER WHAT DOE THE LIGHT DO AND DOES IT TURN DIFFERENT COLORS.



    DID TO ADD ANY ADDITIONAL HARDWARE, IF NOT OPEN UP THE HARD DRIVE AREA AND REMOVE THE DRIVE AND RE INSTALL THE DRIVE .



    WITH MEMORY IF YOU HAVE 2 STICKS JUST INSTALL ONE AT A TIME AND DO THAT WITH BOTH CHIPS JUST IN CASE ONE IS GOOD AND OTHER IS BAD.



    CHECK THE POWER SUPPLY AND SEE IF THERE ANY TYPE OF POWER COMMING OUT OT THE CORD, OR THE POWER PACK MAYBE BROKENING INSIDE THE BLACK POWER CHARGER, TAKE IT TO FRYS OR BEST BUY AND LET YOU PLUG IT IN OR IF YOU HAVE AN EXTRA POWER CORD AROUND AND TEST IT SO WE CAN RULE OUT THE POWER SUPPLY ISSUES.



    IF YOU DO THAT AND HAVE THE SAME PROBLEMS THAN I THINK ITS A POWER SUPPLY ISSUE.



    ROD

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