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I Have a d610 it saris sometime's up and most of the time,s it start note up wath is the problem the battery led flickering red. ??

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Hi,want to ask,how long have you been using the system,are you using the correct power adapter,also is the battery weak?pull out the battery, try starting the system without the battery,check the Ram,if after all these you still have problems then give me a detail report.thanks

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