Re: My PC doesn't turn on
Most Common cause of BSOD: Memory, Graphics chips and/or any kind of driver.
The 'system Battery' is the large circular battery that powers the CMOS. Aptly known by most as a CMOS Battery.
A BSOD doesn't mean your PC is dead, it just means that something inside is wrong, damaged or installed incorrectly. A whole host of things can cause a BSOD, from outdated/corrupted network drivers to fried chips and popped caps. Occasionally, incorrect seating of components that go unnoticed during POST can cause BSODs, as well as irreversable damage.
In this case, i can't tell you without the error code. If you can provide the Error code, either I or Microsoft can provide you a list of possible problems.
it should be in this format on the blue screen, if not, it will be in the crash dump (MEMORY.DMP i think)
0x00000000 <- with a number at the end instead of several zeroes.
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