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Have a compaq laptop that won't turn on. Previously began "preparing to hibernate" while I was working on it. Then would shut down. Replaced rechargeable battery - worked for a few days now nothing. No lights on, won't power on. Internal battery maybe?

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  • macko420 Jul 29, 2009

    When I turn it over, there appears to be several areas that can be opened to look internally. Can you tell me which one to open or do I just need to remove entire cover to find it? Thanks!
    Also, I have already installed the new rechargeable battery.

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Yes it is. Supposed to be it run again when you charge your Laptop Battery, its automatically charging but if not then change it if you have extra, if not buy a new one Battery but bring also your Laptop to let them plug the new Battery on your Laptop, see to it that it will work OK, good luck!

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    Francis Mark Arango Jul 29, 2009

    Check the entire cover to find the screw in it, and find out some any fuse inside to make it is intact there.

    Did you try to Plug also the Battery with the socket from the outlet, because when you use the outlet there is a light that identify you use direct on the outlet, right! Are there any lights even without any Power On yet.?

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Yes

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