laptop start automatically as soon as plugged on [Solved}

Ex_Brit

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..and this is a bug with what Neosmart application? What make and model is the laptop?

It starts when plugged into what...the power supply or what?

Also what is the operating system, service pack and are you totally up to date with Windows Updates?
 

mqudsi

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Moved to General Help
 

Ex_Brit

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This can happen if the CMOS battery is no longer working. That maybe should be replaced. Does the System Clock stay accurate when the laptop is unplugged for a long period?
 
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This can happen if the CMOS battery is no longer working. That maybe should be replaced. Does the System Clock stay accurate when the laptop is unplugged for a long period?

Even system clock is not accurate, and change time automatically, what is the exact problem, and what is the solutaion, plz help

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..and this is a bug with what Neosmart application? What make and model is the laptop?

It starts when plugged into what...the power supply or what?

Also what is the operating system, service pack and are you totally up to date with Windows Updates?
its HP dv2000 series laptop,
it automatically start when plugged on power suppy.
Operating system is Windows 7 and all the windows update are installed properly.
Plz help
 
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Ex_Brit

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It looks like your CMOS battery is no good. If you don't know how to replace it I suggest you take the machine to a PC repair shop.
 
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Ex_Brit

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That link isn't clickable Terry
 

Terry60

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Thanks Peter, don't know what happened there.
 

Ex_Brit

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:wink: You're welcome.
 

Ex_Brit

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Glad it's OK now, all the best. :wink: