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Laptop wont start up/POST

I left my laptop on sleep mode over night, went to turn it on the next day and it would not come out of sleep. I powered down the laptop and then tried turning it back on but I only heard the fan turn on and the cd drive lights up along with the power button's led. I have left it unplugged with the battery removed for 2 days and tried starting it with just the plug after that and it did the same thing. I then removed the memory modules and tried starting up but still the same issue, and I tried powering it up as I put the memory modules in one by one. Sometimes when I power the laptop instead of the fan coming on it stays quiet with the led light on, or will run the fan and then it will power off then power back on. The laptop is only a few months old, it is a Sager NP2096 and has had no problems up until now.

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  • willwfrench May 23, 2009

    Nothing appears on the screen, it is blank as if the laptop isn't turning on.

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    mgbrake May 11, 2010

    Not sure if this will help-
    some laptops end up stuck in presentation mode, so the screen isn't displaying anything because the laptop thinks it should be sending the display to the other port. Try switching output source (function + one of the F keys |[]| )

    What are you seeing on the screen?

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If even bios doesn't boot up...den its the motherboard problem..since its just few months old system it should b under warrenty...

Posted on May 25, 2009

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When doing this, click on the 69966d5.jpg symbol just to the right of the Start button. This allows all open windows to be suspended properly, with current data saved. When you startup the next morning, your open programs will still be running in the background. Clicking on your logon will have your right back where you left off.
If you see the same symbol with the exclamation mark 15ca2e0.jpg, click and leave the computer alone, because it will be in the process of installing important updates before shutting down.

Nothing beats a complete "Shut Down" through the Start menu in the lower left-hand corner of your Windows screen. Mouse-over to the far right icon, and click on Shut Down in the popup window. All your open programs will be closed properly, data saved, and memory and cache cleared. This is like going to bed at night with nothing on your mind, sleeping soundly, and waking up refreshed in the morning.

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