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Re: my lenovo it keeps shutting down
Hi im josh in cebu phils. may i help you? Friend i encountered the same problem of yours before.and i was able to solve it. Friend the rechargeble battery/supply of your notebooks is the problem.change that with the new one. or before you do it try to see first if the connections are ok like loosening connection may cause these problem. dmage power chord may aslo cause or the socket of your note try to check if not loosen or weak or detached. good luck!
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Depending if the computer will turn on correctly or not, it sounds like this could be either simple or a big job. To make it easy: If the computer turns on fine, works fine, just beeps while shut down and charging, there's a fault in the charger.
However, If the computer will power on, but no display yet you hear beeps, than one of 2 things is happening.
1: Try removing 1 chip of memory (1 of the panels on the bottom laptop) than starting it, than reversing the procedure.
2: If still no luck, the motherboard needs replacement which if under warranty is covered.
Shows a clear indication of the battery to be faulty. So in the first place remove the battery and checck the voltage, now keeping the battery off the laptop, plug the adaptor to the mains, Now checck the voltage in the battery terminals which is in the battery compartment. If voltage is present then the battery is bad as it is not charging.
However if there is no voltage then the main board has a fault in the charging section which must be looked into.
Hi guest, try to turn off the pc by using the power button. Then remove the cables and battery on the laptop. Then push & hold the power button for 5 seconds. Reinsert the cables and battery then turn on the pc.
Check if you will be able to shut down your pc using the operating system..
The solution is found! There's no need to format your HDD So. - Unplug the battery; - Press and hold the reset button for 20-25 sec; - Put the battery back to it's place; - Charge your device (when you plug the cable in, it turns on (note that a blinking lightning icon appears on the charging indicator), then it turns off with it's "shutting down" message, dont pay attention on this, just let it charge for about 10-15 minutes (note that the CHG bulb won't be lit)); - Turn on your device. The CHG bulb is lit, Archos doesn't shut down - Enjoy