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acer aspire laptop won't boot up! help

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techno-geek

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Hello everyone!
I don't know if this is the right place to ask this question but ...
I have Acer aspire e1-571 laptop for a while now more than one year. Recently it started to boot really slow. Not the windows part but the time between pressing the power button and Acer logo appearing.. Was very long about 10 to 20 min. I searched for a solution, and I tried removing the bios battery and putting it back. But now it dosntieven boot up anymore. I waited on it all night all nothing. The lights are on I even hear the fan but nothing the screen doesn't show anything.
Could anyone help me with this.
Thanks in advance.
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Hi techno-geek :)

I suggest you to try the following:
  • Remove the battery from the laptop
  • Unplug the charger from the laptop if it was connected in
  • Press on the power button and keep it that for 30 seconds
  • Once done, plug in the charger for the laptop (NOT the battery)
  • Start your computer
Does it start normally or not?
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:welcome:   techno-geek,

 

Just about to post the exact same guidance but additionally I suggest that you also remove the Ram once the AC adaptor and battery have been removed, then press the power button for 20 - 30 seconds, replace only one stick of Ram if you have two, the AC adaptor and then power on and test.


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Thank you. both I'll try that now
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You are welcome  :)


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Hi techno-geek, was your issue solved, or is your laptop still not responsive on boot? :)
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