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Depending on the model of notebook computer you have, the power supply or power board may be connected directly to the motherboard, In that case, the laptop motherboard would have to be replaced.
Are you seeing any lights on the laptop at all when you either push the power button or plug in the A/C adapter?
If not, either the power board or the motherboard have failed.
Some laptops, like HP or Compaqs, you can unplug the power, remove the battery, then hold the power button down for 30 seconds. Then plug the A/C adapter into the laptop only, leave the battery out and try to start the computer. This is an HP hard reset.
Look at your laptop manufacturer support page for your make and model of laptop, they often give troubleshooting tips and have frequently asked questions that can give valuable information.
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Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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