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I have a K52f that I had to replace the dc board on. Now it will not turn unless I pull the CMOS battery out. Once it booted up it is fine, except the screen is so dim I can barely see it. I can reboot or put it to sleep without a problem but if I shut it down I have to pull the CMOS battery again. Is it the motherboard? Any help is appreciated. I tried the whole holding the power button down thing and it did not work. Jeff

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Your mother boards was defective already. look in your MB if thre is some blotted caps in your Bourds. and if they are present in your MB it is necessary to change your MB for the safety of your data. in near future

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