Did you have any resolution for the Satellite power problem?
Did you do anything with it or did you give up on trying. I am just wondering if it is worth taking it to a tech. I would probably replace the motherboard myself if I get any indication from the wisdom of this forum that it is the motherboard.
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Assuming you already tried pressing F8 on boot up and trying to get it into safe mode to run a disc check and that did not work?
This is a configuration file that can only be repaired by the use of OS installation CD, which if the laptop is booted with the disc in the drive and the bios is sett o boot from the DVD drive first, will give you the option to carry out a repair of the installation
As per your descritption, it might be due to AC adapter problem which is not giving enough power to notebook to power on. However, try to power on the notebook only on battery power or alternate AC adapter. If it does not turn on, then it might be due to motherboard problem due to some short circuit in the AC adapter.
Additionally, please perform the below steps before trying the above procedure:
1.Shut the computer down.
2.Disconnect the AC adapter and remove the battery.
3.Press the power button down for about 30-60 seconds.
4.Reconnect the AC adapter and the battery.
5.Restart the computer.
I suggest you power off the laptop and restert in safe mode. As soon as you power up keep tapping the F8 key - this will bring you to a screen that asks for a strart up mode - choose Safe Mode With Networking.
You will have a screen in low resolution (large icons etc.).
From here you should be able to download an anti virus program such as AVG or Malwarebytes. Do this and update the virus recognition files, then run the scan.
TRY TO REMOVE THE BATTERY AND JUST PLUG THE CHARGER ON IT AND ON POWER. SWITCH IT ON. IF IT TURNS ON THEN YOU SHOULD KNOW THAT YOU NEED A NEW BATTERY OR IF IT DOES NOT, TAKE IT TO A COMPUTER SPECIALIST TO CHECK ANY HARDWARES THAT ARE NOT FUNCTIONING.
have you tried changing the resolution, if not try this power on your laptop press F8 run in safe mode go to device manager an disable your display adapter after disabling reboot windows after rebooting go back to device manager enable display adapter and go display properties an change resolution.