My pc went dead on me while I was reading my emails. It won't turn back on.... when I press the power button...It flashes a few seconds but it never turns back on..I don't hear the fan or anything comes..
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You have reached the end life of the battery pack. The battery must have some minimum charge to have computer function even with the AC power pack connected. So I suggest you replace the battery pack as a solution. Any local Radio Shack store can test this battery I am told free of charge.
There are quite a few laptops and towers (my e-machine) that is not compatible with service pack 2. However, they are compatible with service pack 3 release candidate 2. Down towards bottom of page, choose which language.
I have the perfect solution for your hard drive. We have two Bytecc USB 2.5 enclosures that we use in our shop. I've had mine for almost three years and the other is going on one year old. We have put these things through pure heck. They get stuffed in our gear bags, notebook cases, back pockets, etc. We are not rough with them, but we are not nice to them either.
You can get them from Newegg.com. One will run you about $20.oo dollars. It comes with a carry case and USB cable. The cable has two USB ends on it. One end lets your computer see it and add it as an external hard drive and the other provides extra power to the unit. I have sold apx. 45 of these to our customers and have not had a bad unit yet. If you buy one, I can create a video for you on the hard drive installation process.
Disconnect battery and unplug from power, test for voltage on power cord and re-insert, hold down power switch. If nothing try battery without power cord. Still nothing (no lights, no sounds) then it may need system board replacing.