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Not Starting at All

So for sometime, my laptop has been attempting to start but as soon as the windows screen appeared, it would shutdown on its own. Twice it started after I thumped on the bottom of the laptop. Now it even does not start. I have removed the battery, tried just with AC adapter which is woking on my other laptop by the way so not sure what to do next?

Thoughts please.

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  • DocJB May 07, 2008

    Thanks,



    Do you mean no battery and just AC adapter? So Yes I have tried it but no luck. Or did you mean something else?

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Try this without the battery installed and let us know the results

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