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My problem with my Lenovo is somewhat the same but different. It started shutting off for no apparent reason. We also took out the battery with no longer worked. Bought a new on from the factory and inserted it and the compter worked off the battery if unpluged for about a month. Then for no reason it shut down again and I had a time getting it rebooted. Checked and the battery is 99%charged. Seems the computer does not recognize the battery is even in the computer. I am stuck to the power. My computer was about 3years old before we started having problems. I use XP.

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If your computer works directly to electricity without the battery, then the battery is faulty. Battery showing you 99% does not mean it is working, because bad battries gets full on time. The cell of the battery might have been dead because only GOD knows how long it had stayed in the factory.

But if you are convinced that the battery is good, then check the adaptor, and if the adapter is good.

Just try to check everything to ascertain the fault. And let me know what happens next.

I wish you the best.

Posted on Nov 13, 2009


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