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Powering problem My A105-S4004 will not turn on. I had the computer on stnadby all day so I assume it is dead but when I plug it in, it will not power up. The wifi indicator on the side is always on even with no other lights on. When I plug in the laptop, the "battery" icon lights up on the front panel but not the "ac" icon. If i hold the power button, the caps lock indicator, the control button indicator and the function indicator all ligth up but the computer will not turn on. I would say this is a faulty power adapter but why would the wifi light be on all the time? Thanks --littlezade@yahoo.com

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Yes i would say power is bad and maby battery best to buy both before going to replace mobo maby cooling dock they sell on ebay wont hurt ya ether

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