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Even though a lot of things might have gone wrong and caused this, especially if where you place the laptop is not well ventilated, and the CPU becomes very hot, it shuts down automatically...and you will have to wait for a few moments, get a cool environment and power it on. but I will also try and tell you some troubleshooting steps that you can try.
First of all, disconnect your battery from back of the laptop, and try to power your laptop without the battery there, if it powers up, then just get a new battery.
Second, get a screw-driver, remove all the RAM(memory sticks) at the back of it and try to power it on without them, then replace them back and power it on.
Next, try and get a friend or a technician that uses the same type of laptop, and try to swap the battery just to check whether it powers it.
Hope this helps.
Goodluck!

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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Hi,

Shutdown problems have many reasons, ranging from driver software that helps a component to communicate with the rest of the system and incompatible BIOS Basic Input/Output System, which is a software that controls a computer's startup procedure settings to corrupt programs and sound files that fail to close suitably. You should note that the best time to resolve a shutdown trouble is while it is still fresh. A thorough evaluation of the situation is needed to figure out the cause of this problem.

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