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NO power Power supply is good, but the computer will no power up. No lights or anything

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Check the battery of your notebook pc .
when you charging it then try to turn it on if it starts and shuts down when you remove charging them there must be problem of the battery,then you have to change your battery from Toshiba service center.

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