Question about Panasonic Toughbook CF-27 Notebook
I tried to switch on my computer and it managed to log in. everything looked fine and suddenly it turned off by itself--without any warning (no pop-ups, no weird sound), just like when it runs out off battery. I turned it back on and it stayed logged in for awhile, and off again. what happened here? battery problem? power problem? right now I'm using the computer without the battery, so far it's been ok. so hopefully it wont turned off by itself anymore... Well here is what is going on with my toughbook. It will come on and be working great, then I keep getting this change outlet or battery message. Now before , I had the pc plugged into a power strip when we got that message.The red battery light indicator was on, and that was it. So, I plugged it into a direct outlet, and now I can't even get the red battery light to even come on. No lights will come on the computer. Does anyone have any suggestions, and also, I have to purchase a new charger/battery, does anyone know where there is a place I can get them for next to nothing?
Yes, you can buy new charger/batterys in PC World really cheaply and theres a Sale on now beacause its just after Cristmas so try there.
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: turn off by itself
I also have same problem I thought it was the battery but battery is ok I realised it was the fan not working it was overheating and shutting down i left it to cool then it came back on. Check the fan whilst on.
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
Try logging on using last known good configuration.
As you boot up, tap the F8 key repeatedly, then choose this option from the menu.
If you do get on, you may want to restore your system to a date before the corruption occurred by using system restore.
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Posted on Apr 06, 2009
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