Question about Gateway MP8708 Notebook
One of two things are likely your problem:
1) The battery is so dead that it's preventing any power from reaching the rest of the PC. Try pulling the battery out, plugging the laptop in, and turning it on.
If that doesn't work,
2) The motherboard power converter is burned out. If this is the case, unfortunately you will need a replacement motherboard or a replacement laptop.
Good luck, and hope this is helpful!
Posted on May 18, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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