Question about ASUS Computers & Internet
Charging the battery overnight may cause an overcharging. You may remove the battery using the right lever or switch at the back of the laptop. After a while, re-install the battery again, then try to power up. If it is still blackout, return the unit to your reseller, it's under warranty and they may just replace the unit or repair it for free.
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Remove batery and wait 30 min and put it back again!If u still have a problem just buy new one
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