Help! My new MBP won't turn on!!!

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by EMAGDNIM, Apr 8, 2008.

  1. EMAGDNIM macrumors member

    EMAGDNIM

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    #1
    So I'm in my second day of owning this laptop and I've run into a problem. I sit down to do some homework and the thing wont turn on. Nothing, I've even tried to start it without the battery attached and it STILL won't turn on...

    What the heck is going on?
     
  2. determinant macrumors newbie

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    #2
    Run to your nearest Apple store and complain.
     
  3. chrisbeebops macrumors regular

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    Did you install any system updates (firmware updates maybe?) that might have caused a problem? When you press the power button, does anything happen at all (screen backlight turns on, fans spin up, cd drive makes noise, indicator light on the front of the MBP light up)? Try holding the power button and see if that does anything.
     
  4. squeeks macrumors 68040

    squeeks

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    you did remember to plug it in to the wall when you took the battery out right?

    anyway if you GOOGLE (follow that link there are more good pages there too) "Macbook Pro Wont Turn on"

    the first thing that comes up is

    Troubleshooting a MacBook or MacBook Pro that won't turn on

    a nice little apple doc about what to do if your macbook pro wont turn on;)
     
  5. EMAGDNIM thread starter macrumors member

    EMAGDNIM

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    I'm just going to take it back today as it still wont turn on. Nothing lights up or anything. Gah this is a hassle...Now how am going to back up my stuff :confused:
     
  6. Knoxville1878 macrumors newbie

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    im having the same problem as yuo EMAGDNIM, can youhelp me fix mine? thanks! so what seems to be the problem?
     
  7. DaveTheGrey macrumors 6502a

    DaveTheGrey

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    Perhaps your Mac is doa? (dead on arrival)
    It's not impossible
     

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