Question about Computers & Internet
Reset the memory modules and any other cards that are accessable, like the WIFI and modem cards.
Power up your laptop, does it work normally?
If not, then try rhe following steps.
Does it work when the battery is removed and the AC adapter plugged in?
If so you may have a bad battery.
Try this, unplug the AC adapter and remove the battery for a few minutes, leave the battery out and connect the AC adapter, power on your system, does the laptop work normally?
Power down, and reinstall the battery, with the AC adapter still connected, power up your laptop, does it work normally?
If not, the battery may be defective.
If NONE of the steps work then *********** board needs to be replaced.
I hope this helped, good luck and have a nice day.
Posted on May 26, 2010
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