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Old 10th September 2005, 10:30 AM
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Angry Toshiba Satellite 1900-203

My Toshiba Satellite 1900-203 stoped sartng up totally from Battery or power supply... the battery is dead quz its not charged . Power supply ( adopter ) is fine too I used Digtal multimeter and found electrcity is geting through up to laptop socket. i used it into other computers it work fine too. Now i have no way to know if electric is supplied or not unless i open the covers I need help on 1/ info in how to open the covers 2/ help on the eneral issue
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Old 10th September 2005, 10:34 AM
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Now how is this related to fedora? it could be that the fuse in your ps is burned or something...
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Old 10th September 2005, 11:28 AM
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My Toshiba Satellite 1900-203 stoped sartng up totally from Battery or power supply... the battery is dead quz its not charged . Power supply ( adopter ) is fine too I used Digtal multimeter and found electrcity is geting through up to laptop socket. i used it into other computers it work fine too. Now i have no way to know if electric is supplied or not unless i open the covers I need help on 1/ info in how to open the covers 2/ help on the eneral issue
That is clearly related to your kernel version and (if at all...) can only be solved directly by calling IBM customer support and schedule the required oil change in your desktops CPU cooler. Just tell them about the digital multimeter and they will know immediately what is required....
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