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Hello,
there are three possible reasons of this issue.

1. Ac adapter
2. Battery
3. Motherboard - you don't want this part to have a problem. It is very expensive.

For this, you need to isolate which part is causing the problem.

1. Remove the battery from your netbook and use the ac adapter only in powering up your computer.
2. If it's not turning on (battery out and only the ac adapter is used), then check your ac adapter for signs of defects. It could be the ac adapter or the motherboard. If you have another ac adapter then you can try it.

3. If the ac adapter works with the computer, then you would need to replace the battery.

Let me know if you have any questions.

David

Posted on Jul 13, 2013

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