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Laptop not working?

Vod
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Hello! 

 

So recently I tried to fire up my old laptop, and when I tried to do that, it didn't load anything. 

I just pressed the power button and the fans started spinning but after some seconds it will turn off again. 

Before I did have an ram problem but I've already replaced it. 

 

Edit: nothing appeared on the screen the whole time

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9 minutes ago, Vod said:

Hello! 

 

So recently I tried to fire up my old laptop, and when I tried to do that, it didn't load anything. 

I just pressed the power button and the fans started spinning but after some seconds it will turn off again. 

 Before I did have an ram problem but I've already replaced it. 

 

Edit: nothing appeared on the screen the whole time

Disconnect your battery and see if it will run on direct wall power. What is make and model of the laptop?

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If your using two RAM modules, then please try it again with just one.
what kind of Laptop is it? for some there exists key combinations to load BIOS Defaults.

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24 minutes ago, Rex_G said:

Disconnect your battery and see if it will run on direct wall power. What is make and model of the laptop?

It's an aspire e1 510

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im not a laptop expert but can you try unscrewing it and try finding a CMOS battery?

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8 hours ago, Rex_G said:

Disconnect your battery and see if it will run on direct wall power. What is make and model of the laptop?

better do this first.

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11 hours ago, racker24 said:

better do this fir

20 hours ago, Rex_G said:

Disconnect your battery and see if it will run on direct wall power. What is make and model of the laptop?

 

I've tried this and still the laptop just turned off by itself

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15 hours ago, Vod said:

I've tried this and still the laptop just turned off by itself

well there are a lot of factors to consider it for now. either you have a problem in your parts or how the power deliver in your laptop.

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7 hours ago, racker24 said:

well there are a lot of factors to consider it for now. either you have a problem in your parts or how the power deliver in your laptop.

How can I find out what part or parts are the problem? 

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