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My laptop is dead set

My laptop has a problem before, my O.S won't not start so i tried to fix it by my self, i try first to change the cmos setup utility on boot order, i set it in cdrom 1st priority then after i restart it, its became dead and all indicated LED has not work, please help me for my problem. thanks

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When you say dead do you mean nothing no light indicators no blinking curser with a black monitor? because if its completely dead then its the motherboard

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