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-Recheck your adapter output voltage using volt-meter and check the spec of adapter on their label. If the output too below (<< 19 volts)dan not enough currents deliver to logic board. Or the adapter cable is half-crack (just small amount of current-Ampere can through via the cable). Try use another adapter.
+Recheck your adapter output voltage using volt-meter and check the spec of adapter on their label. If the output too below (<< 19 volts)dan not enough currents deliver to logic board. Or the adapter cable is half-crack (just small amount of current-Ampere can through via the cable). Try use another adapter. Other reason maybe the CPU fitted not properly, don't tide CPU's skrews hardly.

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-Recheck your adapter output voltage using volt-meter and check the spec of adapter on their label. If the output too below (<< 19 volts)dan not enough currents deliver to logic board. Or the adapter cable is half-crack (just small amount of current-Ampere can through via the cable).
+Recheck your adapter output voltage using volt-meter and check the spec of adapter on their label. If the output too below (<< 19 volts)dan not enough currents deliver to logic board. Or the adapter cable is half-crack (just small amount of current-Ampere can through via the cable). Try use another adapter.

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Original post by: Zaabar Zakaria ,

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Recheck your adapter output voltage using volt-meter and check the spec of adapter on their label. If  the output too below (<< 19 volts)dan not enough currents deliver to logic board. Or the adapter cable is half-crack (just small amount of current-Ampere can through via the cable).

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