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-I agree with Lemerise, but you might also want to verify that you don't have a bad memory slot, by removing one of the two memory modules (assuming there are two), powering on, and if it doesn't work then putting the remaining module in the other slot, and powering on again. It does sound like a power issue, but bad slots are common, so it might make sense to rule that out at least.
+I agree with Lemerise, but you might also want to verify that you don't have a bad memory slot, by removing one of the two memory modules (assuming there are two), powering on, and if it doesn't work then put the module in the other slot with the first slot empty, and powering on again. It does sound like a power issue, but bad slots are common, so it might make sense to rule that out at least.
Also, make sure your power cord is 65W, because 15" Aluminum's won't boot when connected to 45W AC adapters.

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I agree with Lemerise, but you might also want to verify that you don't have a bad memory slot, by removing one of the two memory modules (assuming there are two), powering on, and if it doesn't work then putting the remaining module in the other slot, and powering on again.  It does sound like a power issue, but bad slots are common, so it might make sense to rule that out at least.

Also, make sure your power cord is 65W, because 15" Aluminum's won't boot when connected to 45W AC adapters.

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