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Latitude D800 wont boot

When I try to turn on my Dell latitude D800, nothing happens, no lights and no sound. I tried to remove the battery and HDD but no success.

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Re: Latitude D800 wont boot

Ok now it sounds to me the power pack on the back has shat its self so ufourtanetly u need a new one if u still have a valid warrenty ring dell or go to their web site at and they will happiley help u there number is also their but if u dont have warrenty go to their website and see how much it costs for a new battery but see a friend who has a dell laptop and plug in the power cord it might be your power cord not your com or battery so give it a wirl and if u have any problems email me at

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