I have been working on my notebook with battery power. My notebook then switched of now after plugging it in it doe not want to switch on again. The power led is shining but when I press the power button it just flashes and nothing happens. If I press the power button five times on batter power the power led flashes orange 5 times and then nothing... After connecting to the power source the led turns green as if charging but I can't switch the notebook on.Help I'm getting desperate now.
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Re: My acer Notebook Does not switch on
Well you can reseat the RAM and check if that does not fixes the issue, it could be an issue with the system board . You can contact Acer support line, if the unit is under warranty you can have system board replaced.
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Okay, I had that problem with my HP less than a minute ago.
Maybe it is the same problem. See if the battery light comes on. Press the power button again and again if it doesn't start, for some time. It may show the boot screen and hang. Now, the battery must be charged. Shut it down directly and switch the AC off.
Now, switch it on and see if the battery light comes on. If it does, it is the same problem as mine. Now, turn the PC over and remove the battery carefully. There may be switches for that.
Now, plug in the AC and start it without the battery in. If it does, you're done. Now, plug in the battery again.
try to remove the battery and plug the system in with no battery and try to turn it on if this does not work put the battery back in and ...to turn on hold the on button in for 5sec and should turn on if not could be a problem with a power surge when you was gone and the M/B got messed up
if the power supply is ok that is make sure when pluged in the light comes on so you know you have power
Try holding the power button down for about 10 seconds. Then try turning it on.
Next remove the battery and try to start with just mains power.
Next replace the battery in the computer and let it charge.
If this does not work you will probably have to contact Dell