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While running a virus scan on my Toshiba A105 laptop the computer totally went dead. I assumed the harddrive had crashed but in addition to that I get no power, no LEDs lighting, nothing. I checked the external power supply and the power input for shorts but they all seem find. What has happened to the power on my Laptop?

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Try it with no battery installed..it is possible that is a contributing factor..plug into wall only..

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