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I have a new LG E500. While running on Battery, the laptop goes on standby at ramdom. I have setup and changed the power options profile but still no luck. Any suggestions

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Hi there
The battery may not be holding full charge or is failing, try it on AC power only to see if it does the same thing

post back and kind regards

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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