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I accidentally dropped my laptop while closed and now whenever i try to turn it on, all i see is one of the light indicators on the side ( power button ) and the battery indicator flashes repeatedly Side note: keys with lights can be turned on and after performing multiple hard resets  the caps lock key flashes on and off. What is the problem, How can i identify it, And most importantly how can i fix it?

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@22Tan -- most importantly how can i fix it?

 

If you have to ask "how" to disassemble a laptop computer and repair it, I recommend that you not try. 

Trying to repair it is a task best assigned to a certified computer technician, for professional repair.

 

Of course, if you guess that it cannot be repaired, or would be much too expensive to repair, you're welcome to find a "disassembly" video on YouTube for your model-number, and take it apart, with no expectation that you'll ever be able to repair/reassemble it.

 

P.S. My guess is that the disk-drive inside your computer is 100% intact. That computer technician can extract all your Personal Files, and copy them onto a large-capacity (128 GB 256 GB?) USB memory-stick, and give the stick to you, to connect to your replacement computer.

 

 

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