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My laptop wont turn on

When transfering cds on to my laptop it crashed. when i turned it back on it said network failure. the next morning when i tried to turn it on the screen wont come on but the dvd draw is making noises as if there was a dvd in it. it is an advent 7108 laptop

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What means cds transfering ?

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