Is it safe for my laptop to use the battery?how long can i still use the battery i hope i can use i longer...im just worried about the warning as i open the laptop...can i just ignore it..or is there anything i can download to remove the warning?thanks ur a big help:-)
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Hold down the number "0"key and continue to hold it down as you turn on the laptop. Keep holding the key and then if the laptop makes a sound let go and hopefully it will go into the internal factory restore for your laptop.
If it doesn't then you'll need to restore your laptop with your recovery disks.
Either way the hard drive needs to be wiped out in order to get rid of the virus since it did irrepairable damage to the operating system.
If you need help with restoring your laptop back to factory defaults, let me know and I'll walk you thru it.
On the Windows Operating System you can boot up to safe mode by pressing f8 continuesly while booting until you get a menu that lets you go into safe mode. Go into Safe mode then it will give you the option to do a SYSTEM RESTORE. It will bring up a calendar and let you pick a earlier restore point where you didn't have that problem. It will not delete any programs so don't worry about that.
Okay, easiest first. In Safe Mode, your sound won't work. Safe Mode means only enough drivers to make your PC more than a doorstop get loaded, so that's okay.
Second, if it boots to Safe Mode without difficulty, try running System Restore in System Tools. Go back to some date before when your issue started. That should get you going. Don't worry, your data files will not be affected in System Restore. I hope this helps.
Sometimes, the battery alarm is set to high or off and it will automatically warn you when the battery is at a certain percentage. Most newer laptops will even warn you when the battery is going bad.
The AC cord is both the power cord and it will also charge the battery when plugged in as well.
So, it's safe to run on just battery as it may just be telling you that it doesn't have AC power and that you're running only on the battery. My Satellite laptop is setup to warn you when it's only on battery power as well.