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My computer doesnt start when the battery is in. And if you start it and put the battery in while its on it switches itsel***.

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There may be a short in the battery, you need to try another to see if its a battery fault or laptop fault.

Posted on Jul 06, 2010

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I tried too many codes to reset the radio after changing the battery and now I cannot put the right code in. It just says Code Error. How do I reset the radio? Do I have to disconnect the battery to reset...


The normal method to reset a radio after wrong codes have been entered is to LEAVE SWITCHED ON...UNDISTURBED for as long as it takes to automatically reset itsel

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I was on line and it shut itsel*** and now there is no power and it wont turn on. It doesnt even show that it is charging.


  1. The first thing that you have to do is to make sure the battery pack is properly placed
  2. then if not you have to remove the battery itself from your michine
  3. Be very careful when you take it out because it could be leaking battery acid which is very harmful to humans
  4. Next is you need to find a replacement battery because the one that you have is Corrupted
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try removing battery for ten mins then try again the try removing memo card if it remains you have to take it to a nokia care centre

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Sounds like your ignition switch is faulty.Not the key switch. The ignition switch itsel is at the lower end of steering column. Good luck.

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