Hi my battery ran out while my laptop was starting up, since then i cannot start my laptop and i get this message saying that one of the files may be corrupt, windows system 32 config system. then it says pls use origanal set up cd and press `r` at the first screen but i cant find my set up cd. ive tried pressing f8 and starting in safe mode but its just not working. please could u help me or give me another way of starting it up. thanks.
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Just ran into this problem. New 3rd party battery with the badly translated message:
"Battery Life Time in current state is not longer.
Because you may lose your data during using, please replace to new battery.
Tip> Battery Pack is Cunsumerable device.
This pack is not working correctly or life time is not longer,
please use to replace to new battery (honest goods)."
What I did was when the message pops up, hot ctrl-ald-del > start task manager > right click on it in applications and click "Go to Process" > right click on the .exe file and "open file location" > and just changed the name of the executable file by just putting a 1 on the end of the name. No more pop-ups
Who the hell uses Easy Display Manager anyway? Stupid program.
sound like the battery ran down and the pc is now without power, meaning the power supply that was plugged in has failed. the pc ran on battery until it ran down. try another power lead. you can get generic universal one cheaper than oem from any pc shop
A couple of things to try:
Take out the battery and try to turn on the laptop while it is plugged in with out the battery.
Unplug the laptop and try to turn it on with just the battery.
Leave the laptop plugged in for a bit and then try to start it up.
Are any of the lights on the laptop on? Also, the battery should have a status light on it as well. Check what that says.
You may need to boot from a system disk and follow prompts to reconfigure from there. There is no way to tell which drivers or devices it was configuring when interrupted, so booting from the disk and starting with reconfigure from there should help.
Good luck, I am sure you will be able to resolve this.