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I have major probs with both my laptops...

I have a Toshiba satilite, about 5 years old that kept cutting off, so I both a OEM XP disk, and tried reinstalling windows. It won't let me get through the installation before cutting off. I plug it up and tried just with battery, sit still happens. I bought a HP that just recently cuts off before it boots. Tested the battery and plug, but still cuts off before booting. What is my problem or what should I change?

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Hi Da Doggi,
I guess there is a problem with your battery. Have you checked your battery charge? How old are your batteries?

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Hi
I think your problem is with the battery ac/power voltage.
Make sure of the right voltage for your Laptops is selected on the Ac/power device you are using.
In other simple words, the high voltage causes the laptop to cut off as yours, and the soloution is that you try adjusting the voltage into a lower voltage.
I hope this works!

Posted on Nov 03, 2008

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