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Hi @carsman248,
Have you tried a full power refresh in cased the BIOS is just corrupt and needs to be reset.
Turn off the laptop if on and then disconnect the charger if connected.
-Remove the battery from the laptop and then press and hold the Power Om button for a full 30 seconds and then release it.
+Remove the battery from the laptop and then press and hold the Power On button for a full 30 seconds and then release it.
Reinsert the battery reconnect and switch on the charger and then try turning on the laptop.
If still no good perhaps it is a failing/failed CMOS battery.
Couldn’t find any info about your exact model but according to this link for an Asus M51 laptop, the CMOS battery is on the underside of the motherboard. [post|348908]
The battery is a CR2032 which is commonly available. If you decide to check it, if the battery voltage is <2.5V DC replace it. You may find that if the laptop starts after replacing it that there will be an error message about the date and time being incorrect. This is because the BIOS has been reset back to its factory default settings Once it has been corrected the message won’t show the next time the laptop is started.

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Post originale di: jayeff ,

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Hi @carsman248,

Have you tried a full power refresh in cased the BIOS is just corrupt and needs to be reset.

Turn off the laptop if on and then disconnect the charger if connected.

Remove the battery from the laptop and then press and hold the Power Om button for a full 30 seconds and then release it.

Reinsert the battery reconnect and switch on the charger and then try turning on the laptop.

If still no good perhaps it is a failing/failed CMOS battery.

Couldn’t find any info about your exact model but according to this  link for an Asus M51 laptop, the CMOS battery is on the underside of the motherboard. [post|348908]

The battery is a CR2032 which is commonly available. If you decide to check it, if the battery voltage is <2.5V DC replace it. You may find that if the laptop starts after replacing it that there will be an error message about the date and time being incorrect. This is because the BIOS has been reset back to its factory default settings Once it has been corrected the message won’t show the next time the laptop is started.

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