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Re: laptop wont turn on
Try removing the battery and plug in the power adapter and then power on your laptop. If this doesn't work, put the battery back in and plug in the power adapter and try turning it on. If that doesn't work then take the power cable out and try with only the battery. Try in this order and see if it comes back up, if not, you may have some dead hardware.
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TRY TAKING YOUR BATTERY OUT FOR 15 MINUTES THEN PUTTING IT BACK IN. IF IT COMES BACK ON, RECALIBRATE YOUR BATTERY BY LETTING THE BATTERY GO DOWN TO 5% THEN PLUG THE POWER CORD IN. YOUR BATTERY MAY NOT BE STRONG ENOUGH TO TURN THE SCREEN ON, EVEN THOUGH YOUR BATTERY METER SHOWS IT HAS A GOOD CHARGE. QUICK CHARGES OR FREQUENTLY UNPLUGGING IT CAUSES THE BATTERY METER TO READ DIFFERENT THAN THE AMOUNT OF CNARGE THE BATTERY IS ACTUALLY HOLDING. RECALIBRATING IT WILL GET THE METER AND THE BATTERY BACK ON THE SAME CYCLE.
i think urs battery get damaged....
but before replacing it first remove it safely n again fix it on laptop....
then restart ur laptop if same problem is coming...than it is sure dat ur battery get damaged or its efficiency get lower....
send me feed back if ur facin more problems wid ur laptop at email@example.com
The battery light on a notebook only uses .07 volts to light up and very minnium current.Your battery light isnt discharging your battery.Something called internal resistance is what is discharging your battery.If you are gonna park your notebook for a while and not use it. Take the battery out of the notebook. You will experence less battery drain . But a battery that is getting old may have drain even when not installed in the notebook.Try running the battery compleatly out of juce then charge it 24 hours then do this several times in some battery types this will help them hold a charge better. I hope I have been some help I own Kips Computer Service in Hattiesburg,MS. My e mail is firstname.lastname@example.org feel free to e mail