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I have purchased a new battery,but will not turn on my laptop.The battery is fully charged and will re-charge through the laptop,but does not work the it any ideas

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    Matthew Albert May 11, 2010

    nothing? no lights or beeps? can you here a fan when you first try to turn it on?

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Have you tried to use another ac adapter? or you might need to load bios defaults of your computer, or need to replac motherboard.

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