Question about HP Compaq Presario V2000 Notebook
I had my laptop on yesterday morning and it was working fine. Turned it off, left for an hour, came home and it won't turn back on. I've taken the battery out and tried to just use the AC adapter, still no power. I've tried it in other outlets, nothing. I've taken both the battery and power plug out, let it sit for 5 minutes, put it back together, still nothing. No lights, nothing. It's less than 2 years old, could the adapter be dead? I don't want to buy one if that's not the problem.
*Unplug the AC cord
*Remove the battery
*Locate the memory cover on the underside of the notebook
*Unscrew the one or two screws securing the memory cover, and lift up to remove the cover
*Gently slide (away from one another) the metal retaining clips that hold down the module.
*The module should pop up
*Remove the module
*Reinstall the module (removing and reinstalling the module is apparently enough to rectify the contacts)
*Replace the module cover and the battery
*Attach the power cord
*Try to power up
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
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