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Orange led


Hi,

It is unfortunate that the computer just displays 3 orange and 1 white LEDs. Request you to let me know the system model and then I can check and see what can be done.

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To the right of the touchpad, at the front edge of the palmrest (closest to you) you will see a small silvery stripe. This is where the wireless led is.

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