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Unfortunately, that sounds like a motherboard problem. Blown Capacitors will do that. If you know how to open it up, you can peer inside to see if any of them are blown or bulging. Repair can be cheap or expensive, depending on your skill with a soldering iron. Hope it's something else (could be a bad connection from the AC adapter plug).
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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