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No power my notebook is not operational

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  • yobalm Oct 22, 2008

    literally it light if its connected r u fooling me?

  • ToshibaH8R Oct 22, 2008

    My laptop shut down properly 2 nights ago. It is always connected to the wall. It was fully charged when I attempted to turn it on the next night. Does not turn on. Blue lights for plug as well as battery charge, but does not turn on. Any suggestions?

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With my satellite, i had to charge it before it was operational.
if its charged, look on the front panel, is the battery light red, or blue.
red means its dead.
blue means its fully charged

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Troubleshoot the System Board
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= Power Drain =

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