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Small "pop" noise similar to when the computer shuts down....but

Now there is ZERO...no power, computer will not start on battery or ac...dead in the water...nothing unusual about activity during occurence, just running word...

is it gone? if not, what are some of the possible problems/solutions/costs?

thanks...

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  • hunterking Jun 07, 2010

    It could be a lot of things, but there is still hope for it. You need to tell me exactly what happened in simple terms. I only got it made a noise and quit. What was the noise? Was the laptop hot? Give me as much info as you can and I will try to solve the problem

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Does the battery light turn on when you plug in your ac adapter,,,one of the most common problems with this model is the power connect gets bumped when the ac is plugged in and breaks the conntector on the mb

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