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My n610c won't light off

The three green lights by blue turn on button light and orange power light flashs but nothing else occurs. It does it fully loaded, without battery, without ram.

I looked at my ac adapter which is:
input 110-240~ 1.5A 50-60hz
output 18.5V-----4.9A

90w

It came with the computer, the computer has run flawlessly for over 4 years. I purchased a new computer and haven't used the n610 for months and when I turned it on I get the above. Any help will be most appreciated.

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