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HP Altec Lansing

Please help me !
I have dual boot (vista/Ubuntu), during ubuntu start up, i did press the power button and now the laptop is completely death....It is not able to even enter into the POST...
Any idea what can be the problem?

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  • Abomalek_91 Oct 27, 2008

    altec lansing is dead, it does not respond



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Try booting without the battery.

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