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SOURCE: My Gateway NE71B series laptop will come on but will not boot up..

I am having same trouble just got tbos and it was wprking less then two hours ago now nothing .... its sickening i have tred unpuging power cord and taking out battery... how can i run a soulution when i have nothing.....

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