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Laptop not powering on

THe laptop stop power on i bought a new adapter because i thought it was faulty but it still refuse to come on. I rest it down for a few months and tried again , this time it came on for one day.From that day onwards it never come on again.

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  • casinova Mar 06, 2008

    i tried it without the battery and nothing happens

  • Israel Guerrero Aug 05, 2008

    I have the sane problem, I think my battery is dead, I bought a replacement AC adapter, but the laptop still don't turn on, Is this laptop require the battery to turn on?

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Hi,
This can be several Things.
1:- certain laptops require the Battery to be present, and in good condition.
2:- You Should test That Your Charger is outputting the correct Voltage to the laptop. ** This can be tested by using a multimeter on the centre and outer pins, of the Power supply socket Jack. Should read between 13-24 Volts.
3:- check that the system isn,t in standby or sleep mode.
push and hold power button for between 5-30 seconds.
4:- jiggle the power lead at the back of the laptop, to determine that you do not have a loose connection, to the mainboard.

Hope this Solves Your Problem.

Mike @ Compurepair.

Posted on Mar 07, 2008

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Sounds like a dead battery to me, or a bad motherboard..try it without the battery i

Posted on Mar 06, 2008

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    Patrick Michaels Mar 06, 2008

    i'd say you have a dead motherboard..

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