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Have a toshiba 4600 and the power wont come on. the light on the frount comes on when i plug in the ac adapter but when i open up the machine it doesnt come on. its totaly dead

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Probably a fried motherboard it costs alot for a new one. any questions you can email me at meanness628@aim.com

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