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Toshiba laptop battery or AC/DC adapter

My computer has no power. How do I know if the battery is dead? Or if the AC/DC adapter is dead and not supplying my battery with power?

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Step 1.First remove the battery out
step 2.Try to plug in the AC/DC adapter and see any Power light or something on your machine. If you have power light on your machine that mean your adaptor is supplying electric.But still there're some adapter that don't really supply a good DC voltage
we need to further check.
step 3: incase no light nothing on your machine you need to use analog meter or digital meter to check that your adapter is giving out DC Volatage around 16-19V
Best of luck, takecare.

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