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I'll need to know more information if I'm to diagnose your problem, but I think your battery may have been exhausted. Rechargeable batteries, including laptop batteries, have a limited lifespan and, after many charge/discharge cycles, cease to be able to hold a charge.
If this is the case, you should replace your battery, and conduct normal battery conditioning- charge the battery up fully, then remove the power cable and allow the laptop to drain the battery. When the laptop goes into hibernation mode, leave it for a few hours until the battery is completely drained. Then, plug the laptop in again and allow it to charge up fully. This process should be repeated monthly in order to ensure a long battery life.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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