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Toshiba satilite P100...wont turn of

I was on My laptop, worked fine. Set it down(running) for 5 minutes,went to use it again and power was off...when I tried to reboot it nothing happens, not even a battery light....absolutely dead. (the battery was full charged and plugged into charger when it happened)

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  • michellehard Apr 12, 2009

    I have tried all the above...there is a light on the ac adapter that does come on..but thats it.....computer is completely dead, no lights...I did try taking out the battery and starting from just the adapter...nothing....put battery back in...nothing. Held "start button" for 15 seconds..nothing.

  • michellehard Apr 12, 2009

    yes, I have tried all the above....still completely dead. (and thank you so much for Your assistance with this, its been quite a pain)

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Try these:

1. Can you plug something else besides your laptop into the outlet...verify you have power?

2. Is there a light on your AC adapter...when you plug it in?

3. Try removing your battery and plugging it in, and verify that your AC adapter is working (somehow, if it has no indicator light)

4. Then unplug it, put the battery back in and see if it will start.

Let us know what happens after you try these.

Posted on Apr 12, 2009

  • M Nelson
    M Nelson Apr 12, 2009

    3. Try removing your battery and plugging it (THE LAPTOP) in, and verify that your
    AC adapter is working (somehow, if it has no indicator light)

    4. Then unplug it (THE LAPTOP) , put the battery back in and see if it will start.

    I reread my solution and I want to be more clear.

    good luck


  • M Nelson
    M Nelson Apr 12, 2009

    I'm thinking...there has got to be something else to try before taking the laptop apart...Any ideas anyone?

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