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Not booting up, at all.

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#1 Zykan


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Posted 28 June 2009 - 12:10 AM


My laptop for some unknown reason, not booting up when I attempt to turn it on. I have tried opening up the entire laptop, failure was the result. I don't know how to access into the hardware of the circuit that boots up the laptop. Any help provided is greatly appreciated.
It uses Windows Professional with Novell, it is a laptop rented from the school, thus I do not want to pay for it to be fixed (obviously), so anything that might damage the laptop isn't beneficial for me.
On another note, I think I accidentally spilled juice into it, I think that might be a reason why.

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#2 techextreme


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Posted 28 June 2009 - 12:21 AM

The unfortunate part, if you spilled juice in it, is you may very well have to put a motherboard in it. Normally, when juice or any liquid is spilled into a laptop it has no choice but to follow gravity and go toward the motherboard of the machine. When this happens, well.... you can see the results first hand.

Sorry for the bad news....

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