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Battery died I have the laptop plugged in, but it shut down, because the battery died. It told me to switch from battery to electric. Isn't it switched when you have it plugged in?

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Yes, when youconnect the power cord to the laptop it should go over automatically.

what you can do is take a tester and test the power on the powersupply just to make shure you do have power, if you dont have a tester just make shure that youre plug on the powersupply is properly connected

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Once you connect the cord to a socket yes its automatically switches, could be a bad cord (the cord with the black box on it) and they are not cheap best bet get it on ebay. Hope that helps =)

Posted on May 20, 2009

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