Question about Dell Inspiron 6400 Notebook
I am getting the opposite to most people. My laptop will run fine without the plug-in. It will charge with the plug in. But when I try and use the plug-in and run my laptop (for better light and longer use) it turns my screen black. If I disconnect the plug-in battery and close the lid on the laptop, my screen will come back and I am good to go. Can someone help me.
Sounds like a ground issue between the AC adapter the motherboard. Have you tried another or spare AC adapter?
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
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In some situations the battery can become loose. Removing it and then put it back into the laptop.
To remove the battery slide this switch to the opposite side and hold it in that position until the battery is removed. When doing this with some laptops the battery will pop out and allow you to grab onto it. Others will release the latch and require you to grab onto the battery usually with the tips of your fingers and pull it out.
In most cases this will help, but if the problem persist you may have to get a new battery for your laptop.
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