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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Remove the laptop battery, locate the cmos battery
inside the laptop, remove it then wait 5min, plug in the power, switch on the
laptop and then the moment it switches on remove the power plug. Then put the
cmos battery back, then the laptop battery and turn it on. All should be
turn off the notebook. take a regualr desktop monitor VGA or LCD monitor and plug into the notebook (make sure to power up both the notebook with AC adapter and power cord for monitor). Turn both on and you should see video on the desktop monitor . if you do not see anything, i would hint at the fact that the notebook screen may be bad. Do you hear the hard disk drive spinning when you turn on the notebook ? if so, thats a good indication that the mainboard is still working and that the LCD screen on the notebook is not functioing . You will have to replace the LCD (notebook) screen
1. Remove the battery and the ac adapter from the laptop computer. Press the power button for about 10 seconds. This will discharge thee flea power from the laptop.
2. Connect the battery and the ac adapter. Charge the computer for about 30 mins then try to turn the computer on.
If this does not work, try to turn the computer on with only the AC adapter connected. If this works then it time to replace the battery.
remove the battery and power cord then remove the battery on the mother board, hold down the power button for 60 seconds to drain the capacitors, if that doesn't work it's the motherboard that should be replaced.
Try removing the power supply (from the wall) and the battery pack. Hold down the power button for 30 seconds. Plug the mains power (from the wall) back in and then press the power button. It should work. Then you can replace your battery pack. Don't know why it works but it has worked for me in the past. Good luck!
If you keep you battery for a long periode of time without using it it may damage and damage you system too. Remove the battery and check weather any junks are there on battery connector. if it is there clean it and try to boot without battery and check.