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Laptop Won't Stay on with fully charged battery

I have a ZE1210 laptop and I just got it I thought the battery was just fried and so I bought a new battery. I thought that was fix the problem the new battery has a meter on the side of it and the new battery is fully charged but when I take it off the AC power the computer shuts off. I don't understand this problem?????

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Problem is with the motherboard. 95% of the time motherboard has to be replaced or repaired on the component level to fix.

The other 5% is a bios update.

If your laptop is a ze1210 the updated bios is

HERE

Let me know what happens.

Best of luck!

Posted on Feb 28, 2009

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