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Couple of diagnostic steps to try here.
1. Remove the battery and AC adapter then plug back in the AC adapter only and power on the system.
2. If that does not work check to make sure that the memory is properly seated and is functioning. If you have 2 sticks try alternating sticks.
3. If that still does not resolve the issue attempt to display laptop on an external monitor if it does then you may have a bad lcd.
4. slightly tilt the lcd to see if there is a very dim picture. If this is the case then it would need a new inverter.
5. if all of these steps fail you may want to take it into a local shop and have it diagnosed. It will probably be pretty grim news but every now and then there could be a loose piece that is shorting out the board.
hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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