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MSI GE60 not turning on

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Hey guys my laptop seems to been having trouble. The laptop turns on but it won't show anything on the screen or show any signs of activity. My laptop comes with a button that turns on the backlight to the keyboard and that works. It was working on Friday but when I tried today after leaving it off this whole weekend because I went out of town. Any help? I don't know what to do..
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Pop the battery out, unplug it and hold the power button down for 10 seconds. Then reassemble and try then. Happens to a lot of these gaming machines. smile.gif
     
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Pop the battery out, unplug it and hold the power button down for 10 seconds. Then reassemble and try then. Happens to a lot of these gaming machines. smile.gif
ya i did that found out ram popped out of place when i was checkking the HDD i was stupid enough not to look before posting haha I'm so stupid!
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