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ASUS switching off on login


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#1 Charkomangus

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Posted 28 December 2016 - 07:53 PM

Hey y'all, Ive been having a problem for the past few weeks and it's an odd one so I was hoping someone knew what it was.

I own a ASUS g751jy and the battery in it died. (it's a non removable battery so to remove it you have to screw it apart and manually plug it out.) I bought a new one and installed it and all was well for the first time but then I noticed the odd part.

The laptop would switch off 80% of the time when I would log in windows 10. I would type my pin a few seconds would pass and then poof, switch off. If I plugged it and logged in and then plugged it out there is no problem. If I try to run a game or film it might switch off through.

No problem evident on safe mode either. I don't think it's the battery and I'm preety sure I assembled everything just as I found it so I'm thinking driver error or something about log in that requires too much juice. Thoughts?

 



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