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Not Starting Still

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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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  • DocJB May 07, 2008

    Thanks,

    Any easy and inexpensive solutions to this motherboard problem?

  • DocJB May 07, 2008

    Thanks,



    I will have to find some one to help me with it as my skills in the computer world are as good as being none.

  • DocJB May 07, 2008

    Thanks for all your help.

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That's what I meant...ok..then methinks you are working with a truly unhappy motherboard where the dc charger circuit resides..

Posted on May 07, 2008

  • Patrick Michaels
    Patrick Michaels May 07, 2008

    nope..it's more like 150 to 200 for the board..and 2 hours or so for install, if you want someone to do it.

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