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Sync0s, Thanks for the tip. The chart did not really solve the problem but I think you may be right. After your suggestion that it may be the battery I took the battery out of the laptop and could find no terminals to test the charge since the terminals are in a very tight slot that makes it impossiable to get a tester to. However, when I replaced the battery and tried to turning on I got a flicker of the lights indicating that it is tring to start. This is soimilar to my digital camera when the battery is drained and I remove the battery and then reattach it I will get a small jolt of power. The only difference with the laptop is that the laptop will not start even if it plugged directly into the house current. I am currently leaving the lap top plugged in and hoping it will recharge the battery. The problem is that I am currently overseas and may not be able to a new battery here. Pray that this works. Thanks again.
It sounds like your laptops battery may be done for. Try this trouble shooting page I found after googeling, this may help you fix your problem. Laptop Battery Troubleshooting
Edited by rathbun, 18 January 2009 - 04:25 AM.
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