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  1. Jeremycleckley

    Jeremycleckley Banned Thread Starter

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    One day turn the computer on and nothing came up lights were flashing you could hear the fan did the CMOS reset or bios reset fixed my problem.now it will turn on for 1 second turn off and as it turns off you hear click there are no motors running there are no fans running no lights flashing.with a multimeter I have checked the wall socket the power cord these are good the battery of the actual laptop is good as well I've also remove the CMOS battery and it is fully charged as well.I've tried to completely discharge the circuits that did not work reset the CMOS the BIOS tried to use any type function key to get to anything,but with it not powering up athat one second there's really nothing I can do does anybody have ideas. I'm down to the motherboard I think.
     
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