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Sound like the computer to me, if it started acting up before you changed the battery. I am not certain if your model is affected by "no power". Disconnecting the battery with no other power source can affect the RAM of the computer, Random Access Memory. The memory can be erased and the computer would have to be reprogrammed at the dealer. the only thing I can think of, sorry I cant think of something simpler or something you can fix yourself.