My daughter took a flight and when returning home she tried to powerup her notebook but it will not come on. The power supply light is steady green until plugged into the notebook and then it blinks (steadily) and is not as bright. the notebook worked fine before her trip and while she was there she did not use it at all. she did check it as baggage at the the airport on the return flight. she has no manual or disk for it either. she gave it to me and said if I get it to work its mine...help!
MY SYSTEM DOES NOT COME UP BUT WHEN I PRESS CTRL-ALT-DEL, IT SHOWS SOME PROCESSES BUT THE PC IS NOT WORKING
I have same problem with HP Compaq Presario V6000. LEDs are lit. Cooling fan stops after a short while. A faint click sound can be heard soon after switching. I tried Ctl Alt Del. But no joy. I gone through the troubleshooting in web. Found follwing remedies. 1. Hardware problem. 2. RAM to be re-seated. Cooling fan to be cleaned. 3 Probable BIOS problem. But I have not yet tried all these. Awaiting to procure proper tools. Thank you Baby Antony
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1. Please removed the battery and unplugged the power supply. 2. Held down the power button for 45 seconds. 3. After 45 seconds reinstalled the battery and the power supply and pushed the power button and if it works then you don't need to replace your motherboard. 4. Else try it couple of times or up to five times before it worked if worst comes to worst.
Unfortunately, you can't solve this problem. What I have learned as the tech working on a customers gateway mt6451 is that Gateway dropped the ball when they bought a cheap (they spent 5 cents instead of 20 cents) motherboard component that allows the adapter to charge battery and run the notebook without the battery installed, the component seems to have a 1 year if that life. I am surprised they haven't been sued or forced to extend the warranty (like HP had to with their dv8000 series notebooks) althought they would have to replace the motherboard with one that has an improved component on it. How do you sue a company or force them to extend the warranty for a replacement that is made with a better component?
Can be because power supply is not correct supply or give incorrect supply voltage causing battery to drain or not charge fully,battery can be caput aswell, some laptops doesn't start if battery isn't conditioned properly.
The fact that the light on the power supply is a brighter green and them dims when plugs is certainly a key factor. I would say there are three possible problems.
1) The first problem to check is by far the easiest. Try removing the battery from the laptop and then hooking up the power supply. Do you get the same result. If it works then replace the battery.
Problems two and three are unfortunately a lot harder to tell without having a spare power supply. Not to sound stupid but you've either got a problem with the power supply or laptop. If it is the laptop then you'll likely want to toss it out as you would need to send it off for repair. If it is the power supply then that can be replaced fairly cost effectively. Places like best buy and radio shack sell universal power adapters for laptops which could be used to test for the power supply being the issue. Perhaps you could bring it to the tech bench at best buy and ask if they have an adapter you can try before you buy. Radio shack might also let you do the same thing. If all else fails, perhaps you could return the adapter if you purchased it and it didn't solve the problem.