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We've had this notebook for a while with no problems (maybe 4 years with multiple users). Yesterday, I purchased a new adapter because my old one was making a very faint squealing type noise and not sending power to the computer or charging the battery. I plugged in the new one this morning and it registered for about 3 seconds and then went back to battery power, which at this point, I have very little/none. I took out the battery and attempted to power the notebook with the adapter, but the computer wouldn't turn on. I put the battery back in and now it won't turn on at all. A technician in India said I need a new $140 battery. I think it might go above and beyond battery issues. Any ideas? Thanks Lacranzi

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The laptop should be able to turn on without a battery and using the new power supply adapter.

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    If not then it seems you have a problem either with motherboard or poser board inside the laptop.

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