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  1. #1


    Join Date : Oct 2012
    Posts : 3

    Hi, my laptop hard drive seems to have been damaged. I downloaded the ultimate boot cd and burned it on a CD so as to boot with it and diagnose the hard drive, but when I started the process it unexpectedly turned the laptop off and it does not want to start again. Does anyone know what might have happened, and how I can get my laptop to start again? Thanks.
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  2. #2
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    Join Date : Sep 2006
    The Netherlands
    Posts : 5,506
    Windows 10 Pro x64
    Netherlands

    Hello jucebreijo and Welcome to PCHF

    What kind of Notebook? -model/brand
    "...and it does not want to start again..." : The Notebook starts but hangs, it doesn't start AT ALL, the PowerButton LED is ON but nothing happens...?
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  3. #3


    Join Date : Oct 2012
    Posts : 3

    Thanks for answering. Its a Lenovo G550. Before using the ultimate boot cd it started and did not recognize the HD, but as soon as I started running the diagnostic it just turned off by itself and now every time I press the power button all is does is that the battery led flicks
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    georgeks's Avatar
    Join Date : Sep 2006
    The Netherlands
    Posts : 5,506
    Windows 10 Pro x64
    Netherlands

    Have you tried the Troubleshooting? http://consumerdl.lenovo.com.cn/User...ide%20V1.0.pdf
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  5. #5


    Join Date : Oct 2012
    Posts : 3

    Yes, but unfortunately there is nothing related to what's happening. It's as if no power is coming in. I check the charger and it's fine. So, I guess the problem is in the mother board. Thanks
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