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Unfortunely I pluged in an cardreader in a fault direction. Now the notebook doesn`t work. What can be the problem???

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  • bwheines Aug 02, 2010

    I had pluged in a cardreader in the wrong direction. Than all LED`s went out ( power,etc ) It is not possible to turn on the notebook

  • bwheines Aug 02, 2010

    The power doesn`t turn on. All LED`s are turned off

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Then you (fried) the (power supply) in your laptop and that will need to be replaced !!! you will need to take to a repair place to get it done sorry I couldn't help you any further good luck and have a better day the fixist !!!

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