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Most battery comparments are on the bottom of the laptop. There is usually 2 different "covers" on the back, one is for RAM the other is the battery. It should be relatively easy to remove. Be careful when removing the battery because there is a chance you could get shocked.
take out ur batteries, clean the terminals with spirit or light alcohol, then re-insert it. better u use direct power supply but be sure to check that the power is beig supplied and the terminals/sockets are cleaned.
did this helped u. if not, tell me, when u push the power on button of ur notebook, does anything happens, like the fans start spinning or light went on. does the screen turn on or does something appears on the screen?
if nothing is happenng after pressing the power button, then this is a clear case of problem with ur power recieving section of the notebook. go to your pc dealer.
Try right-clicking anywhere on the blackened area of your desktop, a menu might appear. Scroll down to Properties and click. In the Display Properties window click on the Settings Tab and see if you can re-adjust your screen resolution here, if not then read on...
Power off the laptop. Power on the laptop while holding the F8 key or both the SHIFT and F8 key together, if it boots to the Windows start up screen, power off and try again. This will bring up a menu, you will want the BOOT INTO SAFEMODE menu option.
After the safemode boot process, see if your laptop will display graphics (it should default to 640x480 mode and you should be able to view most of your desktop icons). Right click any where in a black area on your desktop, a menu will appear. Scroll to Properties and click. In the Display Properties window, click on the Settings tab and adjust your screen resolution from here.
There might be several reasons, hardware nor software/operating system, but most probably from the hardware. Can be the graphic card (if you can notice the hard disk work well - from the sound), can be the hard disk, or even the mother board. We have to go through the symptom.
Since it is still new, the best solution is back to the seller for guarantee.