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This problem of yours seems to be the motherboard. In this case, I would advice you to get a new laptop if yours is not under warranty anymore, because the motherboard causes really expensive. But just to make sure, try plugging it in the adaptor, just to make sure, but if no lights come out on the indicators then its a motherboard problem, but if you press the power button and lights come out of the indicator and fans are running, it maybe just a ram or video problem. In this case try reseating (taking out and putting back in) the ram or memory modules. When this doesn't work, avoid touching anything and go to your local computer shop and get a diagnosis, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TOUCH ANYTHING ELSE FOR IT MAY CAUSE FURTHER DAMAGE.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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