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Just bought a second hand satallite pro lap top how do i switch it on the on green light will not lite up ???

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  • Anonymous Jan 12, 2009

    Where is the power on switch on the machine?

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Make sure you plug in power adapter. Since its second hand, the battery might not be functioning and maintaining a charge. If this is not the problem, then you could check the RAM. See if it has 2 modules, so that you could try each individually. If only one, then you might need to borrow an exact type to try to see if that is the problem.

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