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Power issues in toshiba s1800-911

Because of nasty virus infection,toshiba s1800-911 was formated using xp pro bootable cd.But as startup files were loaded to the point of starting windows, the laptop just went off with no warning signs. I repeated the process again but it goes off much earlier at the point loading boot files. Everything else is just fine. Can someone help??

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Sounds like you have a problem with your power adapter, battery and or charge port ... I would suggest you let the unit "charge" overnight and try again.

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