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My asus d1500t wont startup

My asus d1500t wont start up. whenever i plug it in the power indicator lights.. then it disappears after a few seconds. when i tried pressing the power button.. nothing happens

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  • swordtail25 May 12, 2009

    same. wont boot up, tried to remove hdd,optical drive, and memory no beep.

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Most likelly your motherboard went bad, but you can try somthing else before replacing your MB.
1. Remove your battery and try to power up. Your battery might be shorted.
2. Remove your hard drive and try to power up.
3. Remove your CDROM and try to power up.

Good luck.

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