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It depends on how much time is required to fully charge the battery. If it's not fully charged then there is a chance that's the reason it won't turn on. Laptops are still supposed to work while plugged into the A/C so try turning it on like that and the battery will still charge while the computer is in use. As for the initial problem - overheating, I'd say you'll need to judge how hot is hot. If it's hot but doesn't feel like burning then it's normal. If however it hurts to touch the bottom side of the laptop because it feels like burning, then you are right. You'll have to see if the heatsink is clogged with dust and lint which may be an obstacle for the cooling fan to blow the heat away. If that's clean then you may have a faulty part that needs checking. If my ideas are satisfactory please do rate me. Thanks
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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