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I have puty my laptop on charge n when i press the power button the light's flash at the bottom for a split second then turn off, ive tried toher power cords n that doesnt work either... what would that meen? new battery? or is it just had it? Thanks alot 4 help :D

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Try pulling the battery and turning the unit on, if it powers on then, it is a bad battery, if not, it may be a bad mobo or charging unit inside the laptop.

Posted on May 29, 2008

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