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Registered: ‎07-27-2008
Location: SC
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Do you think this is a hardware issue?

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I have a Lenovo 3000 N100 Notebook, TYPE: 0768-04U which came loaded with Vista operating system. The battery that came with it was DOA so I ordered a new battery from Lenovo which is working fine.

 

The issue I'm experiencing is as follows:

 

After using the notebook where everything is working just fine.  No devices with any issues, I go through a normal shutdown and leave the notebook off for a day or two with the new battery in (fully charged) and the power cable plugged in.

 

Upon trying to boot up, the Rescue & Recovery process kicks off automatically and Vista will not boot.  However, if I take the battery out and unplug the power chord and leave it sitting for a day or so and then put the battery back in and plug the power chord in, it boots up with Vista with no problems.

 

Anyone have any ideas on what might be causing this or what to do to remedy this situation?

 

Thanks!

Message Edited by Frazzled on 01-10-2009 11:59 AM
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Registered: ‎10-27-2008
Location: New Zealand
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Re: Do you think this is a hardware issue?

most likley this is some software you have that has some sort of schedule ..delete any such software that has to do with mentenance...