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Laptop Not booting up, Scroll Lock indicator blinking

Fujitsu Lifebook s7110 Laptop froze while working.
Restarted using Power Off key
No longer booting up after that - Screen Blank
Tried reseating the RAM - no effect
Tried booting without battery - no effect

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  • Anonymous May 10, 2010

    The interpretation is a Memory problem.

    Tried removing and reseating the RAM - but the problem persists

    Tried with a new RAM - but the problem persists

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Your user guide might provide a mean to interpret the meaning of the blinking Scroll Lock Indicator...

Posted on May 09, 2010

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    Suppose that the user guide is dependable, then the RAM slot itself may be faulty.

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