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Xtreme930

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Just recently my computer's screen and the plastic covering gave way and popped out (the screen's left joint detached from the screen). I disassembled it to get to the problem. When I reassembled it and I tried to turn it on, the computer powers (the power indicator lights up), but the HDD, battery, and wireless indicators doesn't. The computer also doesn't boot, and the fans aren't running. Pressing the caps lock and num lock doesn't light up those indicators either. It seems I assembled everything correctly (there weren't many wires to pull out). I don't know what I am doing wrong ._. (Could it be that the laptop bricked me because I disassembled it?!?!?).

Laptop: Asus U35JC
OS: Windows 7

I can provide pictures if neccesary.

Edited by Xtreme930, 12 June 2014 - 06:49 PM.

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Try checking wires once more.

I suppose, you've done everything with battery unattached?

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Disregard, I damaged my motherboard because I didn't ground myself before working on the laptop when I got back from a break... I'm such a doofus D:<


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