Power issue in TOSHIBA LAPTOP

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gogogrand

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I ALWAYS USED TO WORK ON MY LAP WITH CHARGER PLUGGED IN BECAUSE MY BATTERY DIE QUICKLY , SO LAST NIGHT I PLUGGED OUT THE ACE ADAPTER by accident and my laptop powered off even my battery was fully charged i i plugged it again and what happens it is powered on automatically without me press the power button !!

please help what can i do to solve this
 
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Motherboard power circuitry is likely faulty.

Try using it with the battery removed.
 
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If you shut it down properly (Start/Shut down ...), does it power off and stay off?
 

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yeah i do shut it down properly it doesn't stay powered off i can power it on again , the powering on automatically solved but i am wondering here why my battery is not working any more !
 

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I tried that it still the same issue , but one problem solved , the laptop is no loner power on automatically when plug in the charger
 
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How old is the laptop? Batteries will typically only last about 2-3 years, at best.
 

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The laptop is just one year exactly of use but i use it most of the day and i always let the charge plugged in because the battery die so fast it didn't last even an hour
 
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Not using the battery could hasten it's demise. It should cycle periodically. Check with the mfr. Batteries sometimes carry a 1-year warranty.
 
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