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Fujitsu Amilo Pro 3515 Will Not Boot Into BIOS


sydhall

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Hi, Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pro 3515 ? can anyone help? Granddaughters Lap will not boot up? The On switch light comes on with the wireless light: But the wireless light stays on and it will not go into BIOS?

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T0SH

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Try unplugging any USB devices and removing the power connector then remove the laptop battery (for now leave it out) ,replace the power connector and try to power on the laptop, with a bit of luck and a following wind it may get you going, the next move would be to try again with the battery fitted if all of the above fail it could be a hardware issue

Cheers HC

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sydhall

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HC; Have already done as you have suggested: NO luck

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Remove hard drive see if it will boot to error message

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sydhall

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

Already Tried:

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buteman

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sydhall

You certainly are not having much luck with laptops at the moment,I counted 5 threads that you still have open and this one I believe for the same computer.

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forums/1/helproom/4063688/laptop-will-not-boot-into-bios/

I don't suppose it will go into Factory recovery will it.

Not sure if that would be F10 or not.

Obviously not your back light as you tried with an another monitor.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Remove BIOS (CMOS) battery for 10 mins, refit retry to boot.

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finerty

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remove the battery and power supply and press the power button for about 2 mins then reconnect the power supply battery and see if it boots.

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