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Okay ihad to take the computer apart to put the

Okay i had to take the computer apart to put the touch pad board in it and a keyboard in it now the on and off button doesn't work i can't get it to come on unless i unplug the the little thing on the inside of it what have i done to it dstringfield@hotmail.com

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There is a small cable that leads from the power strip to the motherboard. If that came unplugged, the motherboard will not get the signal from the power button. Pull the keyboard and power strip back off and check for connection at the power strip and motherboard.

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