Question about Medion md40298 Notebook
Have you actually tried another adapter already??
It sounds like something has burned out on your mainboard. However depending on the model it may have a removable power board. You may have to find someone that can trace down the power circuitry of the system with a meter.
You mentioned this is not the original adapter- There is definitely a chance that your adapter caused this problem. I never take a chance on a higher or lower amperage AC adapter with a laptop, since it stresses the power circuitry of the machine. Even if you can get it going again, i would strongly recommend getting a closer to spec adapter.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
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