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I had the same problem with the same computer. It was the power cord adaptor, which I have had to replace twice in the 1-1/2 years I've had my computer.

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Turn off computer, take out charger, then try taking the battery out of the laptop (located at the bottom of the laptop) or side then re-insert and turn on laptop and plug charger back in. Hope this works! if not you either need a new charger or new battery, I suggest u find someone with a toshiba charger to test if it is a problem with the charger or your battery! keep me posted! and good luck

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i,d suggest refering to the user manual, or go on-line to the manufacturers website.
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