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Toshiba laptop My laptop became unplugged from the power source and ended up dying as it was out of power. Can you tell me how to get my laptop back up and running - thanks

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If it won't power back on after plugging it back in, try this: remove the battery and leave the laptop unplugged. Press the power button for a few seconds then release it. Put the battery back ni and plug the laptop back in. try to power it back up. If that still doesn't work, look for a "reset" hole near the power switch that you can stick a straigtened paper clip into.

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