|If the unit can POST, test the HDD with the manufacturers (of the HDD) disk check utility (see the various test software here in Post #1) |
Could be bad motherboard, faulty component - RAM, DVD/CD ROM, HDD, Modem. Unplug it from power, pull out the battery, RAM, any other components that you can - HDD, DVD/CD rom, WiFi adapters, Modem, USB/Flash memory cards and other peripherals (if applicable). Then plug the laptop into AC power and try to turn it on to see if there's any life to it. If there is, add back in one thing at a time and test boot each time:
- RAM - inspect RAM slots, blow out with compressed air
- DVD/CD rom
- WiFi adapter
MOOOOooove! OH and you're welcome!