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Laptop Acer does not see AC power

Hello,
my laptop Acer (TravelMate 4152LMi) does not see that it is connected to the AC power and it run the battery until it is exhausted and now I cannot use it at all.
When it still had the battery, the AC power indicator would disappear for no reason and appear only after the restart.
Now, when I plug it into AC power, the green light of the charger is lit on, the power light of the laptop is lit for some seconds, then it blinks at regular intervals (half a second after some noise, probably, of the hard disk but I am not sure) and it does not charge.

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  • gskcbr Mar 24, 2008

    Dear Wiz,
    Without the battery it works fine.
    Does it mean that the battery is faulty and I have to change it?
    Thank you!

  • gskcbr Mar 30, 2008

    Actually, when it works on AC power, it is all fine until a sudden moment when it stops as if the electricity were cut.
    So, I suppose the problem is not the battery (or not only).

  • gskcbr Mar 30, 2008

    It really stops working abruptly and next time I switch it on, I have "to check the disk for incosistencies because the computer was not shut down properly" (on a blue screen before I can log on into Windows)
    The last time I switched it on (to try settings of hibernate) it turned off while checking the disk for incosistencies.

  • gskcbr Mar 31, 2008

    Hibernate was at 6 hours, I put at "never", and several seconds after that it switched off completely.
    (I couldn´t/ did not have time to enter into safe mode)
    And when it switches off, it is not like hibernation, it does a fraction of a second, without any preparation, as if unplugged.

  • moonfyre13 Nov 17, 2008

    mine is doing the excat sam thing. I got it secondhand and was fine for a few weeks now it is doing this? also runs only for a minute or 2 on ac only beforing just turning of with going on standby or anything. What can I do?

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Ok..try it without the battery installed at all, and let us know how that works..AC power only..

Posted on Mar 23, 2008

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    Patrick Michaels Mar 30, 2008

    ok..so it works for a short time on ac...turn it back on, and go to your display settings, and see if the hibernate is set(behind advanced in display settings) turn that off, and see how it comes through..

  • Patrick Michaels
    Patrick Michaels Mar 30, 2008

    ok..use F2 to get to the Safe mode, and try it from there.

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