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computer shuts down when I move it!

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  1. stephanieBeaudin

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    Hi,
    My Dell Inspiron N5110 has a tendency to shut down completely and instantly when I move it. There seems to be no problem with my laptop apart from this. My laptop will shut down when I move it regardless if its using the battery or even when it is plugged in to charge.The battery seems to be working fine, it can run on the battery for over 4 hours no problem and I do not have any problems charging it. My computer isnt even a year old and I take very good care of it, so what could this problem be ? :s
    Thank you,
    Steph.
     
  2. captainron276

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    Have you talked to Dell about this since it is still under warranty?
     
  3. stephanieBeaudin

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    Yes, my mom is going to call Dell tomorrow and ask them but I just wanted to know what was wrong first so I could explain to my mom what is actually wrong with it. I want to prove to her that its not something I did to brake it but that it is doing this on its own.
     
  4. captainron276

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    Well, I would say something is loose inside to cause this, and Dell will be able to help you trouble shoot it since it is under warranty. Maybe one of the Tech's will add something here to give you other idea as to what's causing this.
     
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