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WAS RUNNING ON BATTERY, HAD 5 MINUTES LEFT PLUGGED IN ADAPTER, NO ICON SHOWING IT GETTING JUICE. TRIED TO SHUT DOWN, BUT, RAN OUT OF BATTERY BEFORE SHUT DOWN COMPLETE.....NOW NO LIGHTS NO MOVEMENT, NOTHING...THOUGHTS?

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  • kchandler707 Feb 07, 2010

    it has been plugged in 48 hrs now and still nothing :(

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Ok when this happens it takes a considerable time for the battery to recover, you should plug in the adapter and leave it for at least overnight without using it, hopefully then after that the battery will be charged. This is very common.

Posted on Feb 07, 2010

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    Hmmmm,,,, Damn. Can you check your power adapter, is there a light ON the adapter? OK anyway take battery OUT & try using with just the AC power adapter, does that work?

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