I have an ASus M6Ne dated 2002. I use it normally as a desktop, plugged into the mains.
The orange/green battery led on the front left of the case no longer lights. The battery has less than 10% charge (one year old). Have tried the bios recalibrate battery meter with no success. Just get a message saying its running and charging battery. left for several hours but still no change. Any ideas please?
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Remove the main battery and try again, have the power supply charger checked to make sure it is working properly, if okay the DC jack in the laptop is a common source of trouble. The unit will need to be taken apart to assess the motherboard.
Please check if you have a Fn key in the left side of the keyboard, press that and then simultaneously press the Insert key. Please check if insert is in a different color. All keys or functions present in a different color on top need to be pressed along with Fn key.
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Hi, First check the wall electrical outlet if you have power and next you may reset all of the PC power supply connectors and if this will not work, the PC still won't power up. Then buy a new PC power supply unit and replace it. Hope this info will help you solve the problem.
If the system runs using the AC adapter, but the battery doesn't hold a charge and the battery indicator LED flashes orange, then replace the battery (A battery with an internal failure may flash 4 times orange then once green and repeat)
The normal lifespan of a PC battery is 300 to 500 recharge/discharge cycles (roughly 12 to 18 months)