toshiba satellite L755 turned off

Adieb

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i have laptop satellite l755 that i bought it 3 years ago. while im playing games, it suddenly turned off by itself and the orange light blinking then i cant turn it on back. if i want to turn it on, i must unplugged power source first then turn it on again to boot my laptop.. any idea about my problems?? btw, i also got problem with my laptop's charger or AC adapter.. is my "suddenly turned off" problem caused by my AC adapter or my laptop chipset?? hope can solve it.
 

viveknayyar007

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Hello Adieb

Yes, you guessed it right. In most cases, the problem is related to the power adapter and changing it would resolve the issue. However, before you go ahead and spend some bucks, I would suggest you to try to hard reset your laptop. To do so:

> Unplug the power adapter from the laptop.

> Remove its battery.

> Press and hold down the Power button for 45-60 seconds.

> Release the Power button.

> Put the battery back in its place and plug-in the power adapter.

> Try starting your laptop this time.

If the above method doesn't work, take your laptop along with you to any retail shop that has genuine power adapter for your laptop, borrow the adapter for a while and try using it.

If the issue is resolved, buy a new genuine adapter.

Here is a link with the identical problem for your reference.

Hope this helps. :)
 

viveknayyar007

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Hello Adieb

Yes, you guessed it right. In most cases, the problem is related to the power adapter and changing it would resolve the issue. However, before you go ahead and spend some bucks, I would suggest you to try to hard reset your laptop. To do so:

> Unplug the power adapter from the laptop.

> Remove its battery.

> Press and hold down the Power button for 45-60 seconds.

> Release the Power button.

> Put the battery back in its place and plug-in the power adapter.

> Try starting your laptop this time.

If the above method doesn't work, take your laptop along with you to any retail shop that has genuine power adapter for your laptop, borrow the adapter for a while and try using it.

If the issue is resolved, buy a new genuine adapter.

Here is a link with the identical problem for your reference.

Hope this helps. :)
 
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