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Vgn-ns38e do not power on - no power led - cmos varta 0.1V - laptop batt discharged

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You must enter the laptop internally that is.  In some laptops it is soldered to the motherboard be prepared to find that.  Did you know it takes a long time for the battery to be stuffed because.  Are you certain that the problem is the battery?.  If it is stuffed your bios would have resetted itself to the default settings and will not hold your settings.

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