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The display/ monitor goes bank if I disconect the laptop from mains

Every time I unplug my laptop from the mains, the display goes blank ( as if stand by), but the computer keeps running.
I have been told to reinstall the display manager, energy manager etc... nothing works. I checked batteries, they are fine... anyone has an idea what this can be??

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