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Laptop does not boot at all

Hi, my laptop lights switches on,but it just does not boot up at all.
What can i do?

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  • dooggie06 Aug 20, 2008

    no, the screen does not come on at all.

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Does the screen turn on at all ?

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This may sort the issue out however from what you are descrbing, if there is no boot or display it is highly likely the motherboard and/or the CPU is faulty

I would recommend that you book the PC into a reputable PC repair shop if the above does not work

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