Hey My laptop is telling me that the battery is full, but when i disconnect it from the power chord it shuts down immediatly and it wont turn back on again. When i atach the chord back in i can turn the computer back on, whats wrong? I would appriciate any help,thank you.
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Re: My laptop just keeps shutting down
Hey! your laptop battery is no longer accurate and ineffective.. i had the same problem before and the only thing the manufacturer offered me to do is purchase a new battery.. i think you should do too...
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you can use the unit without the battery. Remove the battery, plug in the charger/power supply and turn on the unit and wait for the result. if the problem persist?..... maybe the fault is in CPU fan. check the fan...overheating the processor. Cleaning the heat sync and reapplying silicon compound on CPU's can cure the problem.
hi im josh in cebu phils. may i help you? Friend i encountered the same problem of yours before.and i was able to solve it. Friend the rechargeble battery/supply of your notebooks is the problem.change that with the new one. or before you do it try to see first if the connections are ok like loosening connection may cause these problem. dmage power chord may aslo cause or the socket of your note try to check if not loosen or weak or detached. good luck!
It sounds as if the power pin (where the AC cord connects to the computer) has been damaged. The part to fix it usually runs under $10 but the labor is gonna set you back $100-200.
Because the connector pin is so fragile, the damage to the pin is caused by the day to day tugging and pulling on the power cord.
What you needed when you got the computer is a cable stay or cable retention device like the Jerkstopper. It takes up the strain when you yank or **** the power cord and minimizes the damage to the power pin. It's a very common problem with laptops.
Here's a short video that talks about the problem. . . .
Old Sony laptops do this when the battery is dead, or the charging system is below required voltage. A battery with a dead cell (which this sounds like) can damage your external PSU and internal battery/power regulator circuit. Remove the battery (shut down and disconnect PSU first). You can run the laptop forever, without the battery, if you cannot find a battery replacement, or do not like the cost. Obviously, though, the laptop will not run at all without the AC/PSU connected when the battery is removed.