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My computer is A 135-4527... I just shut down my computer. When i tried to turn it on again here is what happend. Flashing lights ussually goes blue but now it always blue and when i hold for a few seconds hoping i could turn it on , it starts to changes all colours , purple, red ...Power button just changes colours all the time and thats the only things is happen. Can you help me and tell me whats going on ? It looks like its broken?

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Re: My computer is A 135-4527... I just shut down my...

Could be a glitch only. Try doing a power cycle: disconnect everything like the AC, battery or USB mouse, if applicable. Hold the power button for 10 seconds. Try to use only the AC, then the battery only, then both of them.

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