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I dropped my nbook and now when I press the power button - Power, battery, HD, Num lock, Caps lock, Scroll lock indicators flash in order as I typed, I hear flick sound from speackers but nothing happens, nbook is dead. Please, help.

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The noise you can here are probably the platlettes or parking head that are present inside the harddrive. Dropping the notebook would more than likely of damaged the harddrive more than any other peice of hardware.

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