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plugging in laptop through AC power adapter

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is it o.k. to just plug it in while the laptop is running, or should I put it to powersaver or off before I do that?
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Just plug it in.
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Of course its okay to plug your laptop in when your laptop is running. But if your not using your battery and your going to use the laptop while its plugged in, you should take out the battery and keep it someplace cool. Here check this out: http://forum.notebookreview.com/showthread.php?t=91846
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