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Laptop problems i tried to fix a laptop that shuts down prematurely while the user is in the middle of working.the power battery may be on,also the hard disk light is also on.when i try press any key it doesnt respond.so we end up removing the battery or pulling out the power supply

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There is your problem, you tampered with the hardware. Send it to the computer manufacturer for fixing.

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