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Remove the power cord and remove the battery. Plug back in the laptop's power cord. Leave the battery out and try powering up the laptop. If it stays powered on the battery was your problem. I would suggest buying a new battery from a reputable dealer if you can. If you cannot remove the battery yourself your only option may be to have someone else install a new battery for you.
Hi. I think the LCD screen of your laptop needs a replacement because I think the backlight on that LCD is already busted thats why you need to point a flashlight or some sort of light just to see the display. Powerdraining your computer wont work because this already a hardware issue with the LCD, that's why when you switch display with your monitor it works fine. I would suggest replacing the LCD of that laptop or try calling Lenovo tech support if your laptop still under warranty so that they would replace it for free. This is no. to contact for your Lenovo laptop US/Canada 1-800-426-7378, Australia 1-300-880-917. Hope this Helps
I'm afraid you're out of luck, the motherboard is not capable of taking a dual core processor. Your only option would be to consider selling the laptop and buying a new one that already has a dual core processor installed.
the battery casing itself is heat sealed....
You Need to Pry it open..
No Really easy way to do it and you must take your time and do it slowly, start at a corner edge using a guitar pick or similar... then work your way around and around till you can pry it open..
Not an easy task.. But Do-able..
hi monikag i don't know how old your computer is but it seems like the battery has failed and you will need to get another battery.
I had the same problem on HP laptop one week after the waranty run out, so i hope you have better luck.
Batteries have a memory, When the battery was new it most likely would run for 1.5 hours, but, since you didn't want the computer to go off, and you were by a plug-in, you plugged it in before it was completely or maybe sometimes not even halfway discharged. That is where it stated its "memory" - this got shorter and shorter = your battery "THINKS" it is totally discharged and reads as so. There are programs on the web (can't advertize for pay programs or give you links to them - against the rules) - that will re-vitalize your battery to almost new condition by discharging it more and more till it is truly fully discharged, then will fill it back to like new charge time. Or you can buy a new battery.