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Startup problem My laptop doesent want to startup and when you plug in the adapter to charge the battery none of the lights turn on to show that it is charging

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  • coolllllllll Aug 18, 2008

    there arent any lights on the adapter

  • coolllllllll Aug 21, 2008

    I found the problem, the wire that connects from the adapter to the laptop had a rip inside so you have re connect it. Thanks anyway

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Are there any lites on the adapter showing it has power

Posted on Aug 17, 2008

  • Michael Thomas
    Michael Thomas Aug 19, 2008

    was the computer dropped or did anything hit the area that the power cord plugs into the comuputer at

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Do u have a reset hole on the back of the laptop that u can insert somthing into and see if it will reset for u

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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    friend

    the problem clearly shows the fault is in the motherboard

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