Question about Toshiba Satellite P105-S9722 Notebook
I am very concerned with this problem. I was using my computer normally, I had it plugged in with AC power. But then I noticed it was running out of battery. That seemed ridiculuous at the time since I had it plugged in. So evidently it wasn't getting AC power so it was on battery power. The computer turned off after the battery drained completely. When I tried to turn it on again, having it connected to AC power, the power light blinks rapidly and the computer simply won't turn on. I sent it to the repair center and they simply tell me it's the motherboard and that it will cost me $800 or more... What I don't understand is... If my computer's motherboard is fried, how come my computer was working perfectly until the battery went out of power. Honestly, what I thought at first is that there was a problem with the AC adapter :( Any ideas will be greatly appreciated.
First suggestion :
if some 1 with the same computer model can lend you his battery or ac adapter or both for a while u can then make sure if ur battery is ok.
get to the mainboard
there is a jumper near the cmos battery usually shows the
word (jbat) near it , try to change its position for some
seconds while power is off , this way will clear cmos and set the
mainboard bios to default settings.
start the system hit delete or F2 to enter setup then exit saving changes.
Posted on Nov 15, 2007
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