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Battery When the battery is installed , the notebook will not boot up

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Re: Battery

Follow this link and it will take you to the Toshiba website. You can verify your warranty status (upper right icon) and then find the location of the service center that is closest to you (upper left icon).
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Dell PC losing battery very fast


turn off the computer , then remove the battery . reboot system and try rebooting the notebook with the AC adapter only.
this is to ensure the Ac adapter is working fine, and if it is, it should be charging the battery properly when its installed.

now, turn off the system again. re install the battery and try booting it up with the battery only

if the battery hasn't enough charge, then attach the AC adapter. If you have allowed the computer to charge the battery (while the computer is powered off) and it is not charging the battery, then you need to replace the battery definitely.

you can get a new battery (if you are in North America) from

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My hp dv 6000 will not boot up. What can I do.

shut down unit...pull power cord...pull the battery out of the unit ...reconnect power cord see if unit will start up... if it does, go to e-bay price a new battery... you have the information on battery...

shut down unit re-install battery see if it starts up...if it does unit was dropped but ok for now.

if unit does not start repeat first part,,,, order battery or bid on one or wait a while till you have the money.. or do battery pwr test...if not replace battery with a known good battery see if computor will boot if it does boot.... bad battery.

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I just replaced the battery on my toshiba L45 notebook and as soon as the battery is installed,it freezes up the computer. If the computer is off and battery is installed,it will not boot up.Everything...

Have you tried just the battery and power led for 24 hrs? A new baterry needs initial charge period before use and could be taking the majority of the power supplied by the adaptor, hence the freezing.

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Cannot turn on my LG Notebook anymore

Will the laptop boot with the power adapter connected and battery removed? If so, boot it up and install the battery once it's booted up. If okay now, the battery was just really really drained. If okay with no battery but no good with battery, the battery may be bad, or something in the charging circuit may be defective - keep the battery out or replace mainboard ($$$$ - get a new laptop)
If no good with ac adapter and no battery, test the adapter with an electrical meter. It should be putting out 18-19 volts. If not, try a replacement adapter. If adapter tests good but laptop won't boot with no battery, likely the mainboard.
Also - remove hard drive and try to power up. If good, replace hard drive. If no good, reinstall hard drive and remove ram and try to power up. If it powers up, clean the ram and slot contacts gently with a pink pencil eraser and try testing each ram chip in each slot, 1 chip at a time. If still no good, start shopping for a new laptop.

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I have a sony notebook with a battery issue

Many laptops will work with ac and no battery in place while others wont. You're not harming a thing by running it without the battery in place though. Give it a shot.

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Hp 530 notebook cant boot from a cd drive

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Open the computer case and find the battery on the computer motherboard, verify that it will be accessible and that it can be removed. Most computers today use a coin cell CMOS battery. Removed the battery and put it back. This will reset the BIOS setting to default. Change the setting and select first boot device as CD ROM. If that doesn’t work then replace the CMOS battery. After replacing the CMOS battery please change the BIOS setting and select first boot device as CD-ROM.

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Have you tried going through the setup screen and selecting the default values for the BIOS? Usually that is necessary any time the battery power is lost.

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Have you tried removing the battery, open the reserve battery door, disconnecting cmos (RTC) battery, pressing power button, installing RTC battery, install battery, power up?


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Better you first charge the battery for 16 to 17 hours and recheck the same. If problem persists, change the battery from where you bought it. that battery is faulty. And yes there is no need to install the battery from device manager. Just open the battery compartment and replace the battery with new one.

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