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MY COMPUTER WON"T TURN ON YET INDICATOR LIGHT WHERE CHARGER GOES INTO IT SHOWS LIGHT> Plugged in but will not powerup screen black. THIS IS A G60 HP Laptop

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Take out the battery and try running it on the power adaptor alone. If this works, you have a dead battery. If not there's something more serious wrong in the machine.

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