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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are several reasons why this could be happening. Below are a few diagnostic steps we can start off with to eliminate some possibilities. If there is anything you are not comfortable with doing yourself please consult a local repair technician.
1. Flip the computer upside down. Remove power cord and battery and ensure the system is completely off.
2.Unscrew the compartment labeled "4" in the diagram below. This is where the battery is held, as well as the WiFi card and motherboard battery. DO NOT do anything to these other components as they are quite fragile.
3. If there is more than one memory module you should remove one. Replace the compartment cover and attempt to boot up with battery and power cord reattached. If nothing has changed try swapping out the memory with the one you just removed.
If still nothing happens, this is not the issue. Comment back and we will move further with your case.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
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