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Check for physical damages on the power cord or teh power brick try it as well on a different Laptop if it does the same thing if the adaptor works fine in a different laptop try plugging the adaptor without the battery on the system try unplugging and plugging it back in if it will work properly without the battery then most probably either your battery needs to be replaced or your systems Motherboard....
also you can try updating system BIOS which is risky, check your Manufacturers website or call them for any information about BIOS updates for the system.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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4. Shutdown, Remove AC Adapter, Install battery, Reattach AC Adapter.
5. Power up -
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