Question about Computers & Internet
Most likely somthing is wrong...
2)internaly broken power cord
3)broken plug within laptop.
--try another battery from a friend
--try another power supply at a computer repair shop.
usually shops (smaller ones)have both of these on-hand for troubleshooting!
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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