I TOO FACE THE PROBLEM IN WL LAN THROUGH ROUTER NOT WITH CABLE! THERE MUST BE SEVERAL STUPID SAFETY MEASURES/FEATURES ARE BUILTIN- I SUSPECT U MAY FACE BIOS PROBLEM SOON- FREQUENTLY CLEAN DISC , DEFRAGMENT AND ABOVE ALL KEEP BACKUP DATA. VISTA HOME PREMIUM IS BETTER TO SOME EXTENT. Disconnect AC when not in use since SPIKES may trigger one of the safety measure and trouble U VNRao
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if you ahve any external usb keyboard just connect it to testing may be your laptop keys are stucked .try to clean the with dryer. just give hot air to keys with the help of dryer. but make sue it should not too close to keys.
It sounds more like the large portability battery has been 'messed' i recommend getting a new power cord. Whist you may have repaired the cabling and it may have appeared to work, the escape circuit for charge may have been broken but it is not required for the laptop to work, but is important when recharging the battery. I recommend getting a new adapter and then if that doesn't work a new large battery also.
First do you have all the software CDs that came with your machine, if not you will have to obtain a copy of whatever Windows software you prefer, when you format you lose EVERYTHING, only the BIOS is left.
If thats all ok the go to the bottom of your screen and click on "RUN" a dialog box will appear in this dialog box type in "Format C:/ and follow directions and good luck, you are in for hours and hours of work getting your computer back where you like it again.
Do you get any error-beeps of any kind? Like the battery is going empty? Or does it just go off suddenly? If the first is the case, your power connector in the computer or perhaps the powersupply could be broken. It could sound like your battery doesn't get charged and your computer isn't getting power. Then it will shut down. See if the power/charge indicator is on when connected to the power grid.
If it blacks out suddenly it's probably a more severe problem, but you might try to reinstall the OS (I'm guessing windows), but only as a last resort.