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Toshiba sat 305 s7477 shut down while on the net,will not restart

My son was on the net & the laptop just shut down no warning !!!nothing when you press the main power on button,i tried diff power lead no joy ,its only 1 year old. anyone got any suggestions pls

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  • cuno Dec 14, 2008

    just removed battery again & put it back while playing around with the power jack it just came back on ????????happy days !!! did all that earlier today was getting nothing maybe the power jack is a bit faulty.many thnks for your reply

  • Kevin Nelson May 11, 2010

    Can the battery be removed and checked for a charge? The power jack may have been damaged and the battery was not receiving current.

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In that case have the jack checked at a good computer shop. You need to have the jack resoldered as soon as possible.

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