A few minutes, always do this. If someone knows any other possible solutions, is welcome to post it. From then on, I can't get it to Turn on again. Finally, start taking the laptop apart piece by piece and test it after each step. It started when I plugged my iPod touch in.
Occassionally if I attempted to power it on, it would turn on for a few minutes and then shut off. You can test voltage on this connector. Click on it and run hardware test. You can use Memtest86+ google it. It should take to to the boot menu. Before the screen disappeared on start up after hard reboot.
But after 2 or 3 seconds it starts automatically and the cycle goes on repeatedly. Forced shut down, pulled bat. Does this sound like an power cord problem or a motherboard problem? Click repair your computer Other options: If power was interrupted during startup, choose start windows normal use the arrow keys to highlight your choice Safe mode Safe mode with networking Safe mode with command prompt Last known good configuration advanced Start windows normally If I click on any of these options. Would this be the power supply? I finally got the blue light to appear where the ac adapter goes and on the top of the laptop where the indicators are, but still no power, no fan, nothing. Just to know things better……. Run hard drive and memory test. With battery not holding up and noise from the left hand side , I used the laptop for 6 months.
I used it previous night and turned off in normal way. When I hold onto the power button for about 1-2 seconds, it turns on but there is no display. I hav sufficent space in memory. Clean the optical lens inside the drive with cotton swab and alcohol. I hear some noise and it looks like its going to boot up, but suddenly it goes into reboot.
Try removing memory modules one by one. What happens if you choose the first option? Is there any solution to the problem as with all the major parts working fine independently as i described or the system is irrepairable. No activity of any kind including the lights. It does not It would be great if there was some type of flow to follow, that would outline each step. Any help would be greatly appreciated! If it fails the test, replace the drive. I have a Fujitsu-Siemens Esprimo V5535.
Checked all connections as far as humanly possible. It works fine before until know it wont start. If the laptop fails with either memory module, most likely your problem is related to the motherboard or video card. It did 4 short beeps during post the led light comes up and it shuts down again. I tried removing the 2 memory cards leaving one in as instructed but unfortunately no results.
It was only booting in save mode. This might mean your computer freezes and won't respond to the keyboard, or it might mean your laptop won't boot. Unplug the power adapter and remove the battery. Before this started if the laptop ran down under 20 percent remaining battery it was a real problem to get it to recharge back. There is no video on the screen.
Oh, and I should mention that when it comes back on it will be in its vegetable state. You shouTo fix the computer you should choose the second option listed. I asked him for details then, but he just gave me tangential info and avoided it. I complete about one per day. Apparently water went down to the motherboard. .
I dried it off and have started to try and start it up again but when I press the power button nothing happens. The comp turns on, the start up screen appears and then there is a cursor in the top left corner. You cannot access the data on this computer without proper authentication. This lasts for 1-2 seconds and nothing else happens. Try reconnecting the memory module, move it to the empty slot or replace with another known good module.