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Battery problem???? Laptab shuts off if unplugged and the charging light turns off a few seconds after the computer is plugged in. The computer also when shuts off on AC power

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  • eianakova Aug 18, 2008

    The computer shuts off if unplugged and the charging light turns off a few seconds
    after the computer is plugged in. The computer also shuts off when on AC
    power. Please advise



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Hello,

Please see Solution #1 that I just posted on another thread (link below). Hope this helps. From what I understand of your problem, I've experienced it twice, and this works for me (so far, ha ha). Get a new AC adapter - preferably, NOT one made by Lenovo.

http://www.fixya.com/support/t771569-lenovo_3000_n100_power_up

Cheers and Best of Luck

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

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Check the power plan of your operating system!

blow a can of air into the fan and sink assembly if you think its a problem due to over heating..
Take out the battery and clean its terminals on the battery and the in the laptop too..

If its restarting automatically then go to My computer>right click> properties> advanced> repair/recovery > uncheck the box for automatic restart and do a clean boot..

regards,
Ronald

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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