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ACE NOTEBOOK DOSE NOT POWER ON or CHARGE.

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by jazzmaster44, Apr 1, 2007.

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  1. jazzmaster44

    jazzmaster44 Thread Starter

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    Notebook dose power on or charge up. I assume that the AC adapter is bad. Is their a way to check the AC adapter, to see if it giving power to the Notebook?



    Thanks!!!!
     
  2. brooksy

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    What you could do is called a ATX Reset.

    Dont have your adapter plugged in, take out your battery so there is no power connected to the laptop. Now Press and hold down the on/off button for 30 seconds. Then plug in your adapter and tell me if any sequence of lights are visible, then power the laptop on.

    You could also check the fuse in the 3 on plug on the adapter...

    Let me know how you get on
     
  3. jazzmaster44

    jazzmaster44 Thread Starter

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    I tried the ATX test. I did not get any sequence of lights, however, when press the power button,the notebook can on.
     
  4. Bob Cerelli

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    From the first post - "Notebook dose power on or charge up"
    From the last post "when press the power button,the notebook can on."

    So it does power on? Or is the word NOT being left out.
     
  5. brooksy

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    first post - Laptop does not power on

    He did the Atx Reset and now the laptop powers on, dont think his english is 100%

    If you mark this as solved that would be great.
     
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