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ok i opened the tower, took out the fan case so i could see better, but I still don't see the battery
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i restarted everyting so thanks for all the hlp :tazz:
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You fixed it?? What did you do? Did you find the battery?

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no i didnt find the battery. i repartitioned or something lol.. i havent slept in 36 hours so im not really sure what im talking about :tazz:

thx for your help though
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Well, I'm glad you fixed it. When you get settled, spend the $40 on a good UPS. In addition to the protection you get during a power failure, it will level out the power your computer receives all the time, and that can save a lot of hardware headaches. I live in an old house in a small town, and brownouts are normal, even from running the microwave, so my UPS has saved quite a bit of wear and tear on my computer, and my stress level. Sweet dreams, and thanks for posting back.

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Well, I'm glad you fixed it. When you get settled, spend the $40 on a good UPS. In addition to the protection you get during a power failure, it will level out the power your computer receives all the time, and that can save a lot of hardware headaches. I live in an old house in a small town, and brownouts are normal, even from running the microwave, so my UPS has saved quite a bit of wear and tear on my computer, and my stress level. Sweet dreams, and thanks for posting back.

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