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During reformatting my Notebook pc, computer shutdown as required and now will not turn on in anyway. there is no fan or any internal power from what i can see. when I press the power button nothing happens, and the only visible sign of anything happening is the blue light around where the power cord is plugged, before reformatting computer was working excellent, could you please let me know what this could be or please steer me in the right direction to try and fix this issue? i appreciate it

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This problem gets broken or parts of it may be to damage.in fact for me is rarely knows this defect,but for the sake of others and to help all I can give tips.the death of your laptop is still broken because of the memory or may also loose.most damage is the laptop memory, the reason may be the excessive use or it may be old, the memory of lapatop was destroyed because of heat coming from inside the laptop can not get out, and then rest to use and The rest is memory does constipation from heat and cold then re-used.The simple explanation is that I help you a great, many thanks..

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