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On the underside of the laptop undo 3 screws to remove the battery cover. Take the battery out for a couple of minutes, then refit. The laptop should restart. I have this problem periodically with mine.
turn the laptop off and manually turn it over, there should be a screw covered panel on the bottom of the laptop, un screw the screws securing the panel, then check inside that there is a chip. Your probably going to find a 200pin chip there in one or two slots, that is your ram memory, just replace it with what ever type ram is corrrect for your computer.