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Immediate shut down on power up

My laptop now does an immediate shut down on power up. I see no screen light just the power indicator goes on and off. The same thing happens with or without the battery. The unit was working on Friday afternoon and was put into a case then the next day no power.

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  • glenmurrayge Jul 01, 2009

    It was not dropped but was put into the case hot.
    What is the problem with doing that??
    Thanks for the help

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Has it been dropped or was it put away in case hot.

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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