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Four possibilities come to mind.
1. Your power supply is bad and the battery ran down.
2. Your system board died.
3. You have a bad device plugged into a USB port.
4. Your battery is bad and holding down the AC power.
To troubleshoot, disconnect all external devices, even remove the CD drive if possible. Try to boot.
Next, boot with just the battery.
Next, boot with just the AC supply.
That's about it. If you still have no power at boot, it is the system board.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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