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No Power It isn't the receptor end - we had that replaced even though the guy said it was fine and solid. We bought a new cord too, still nothing. Comp Guy suggested it was the mother board. . .but when we put in a fresh battery, it works beautifully. So, obviously it ain't the motherboard. But it gets no power. . .ever. Batteries won't charge, the plug won't even light up the computer. any ideas? This is my WORK computer (I'm a digital freelance artist) and I am going nuts b/c without it I can't work on site. Ideas? Voodoo spells? Something?

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I suggest getting in touch with Acer technical, apparently they are very helpfull. I think there needs to be a set up in the bios which is hidden from us amateurs. http://support.acer-euro.com/emea.html

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