I recently purchased a new battery and within a week, I get the message critically low battery. I always leave the laptop plugged in and do not run it off the battery; however I can't get it to boot up. Will the B130 work without a good battery if it is plugged in?
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Verify that you obtained an exact replacement power adapter for the Dell. If it is an exact replacement then try this. Disconnect power adapter. Remove battery. Reconnect power adapter without the battery. If it turns on, then power off and place battery back in. Then try again. If problem returns, there could be a problem with the battery itself.
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Compaq Presario CQ60-215DX Note book PC
The problem is not the chargers, it is the power connector on the laptop. Yes it can be fixed, laptop need to be dismantled to get access to this connector and a new one to be soldered in.
If you can't do it yourself the cost of fixing it may be expensive and if the laptop is a fews years old, it might be better putting this money towards a new laptop.
First remove the battery from the PC! Leave it off for a short period of time! about 2min. This allows the computer to erase anything in temporary memory. Place the battery back onto th PC and try to boot it up. The other thing you can do is boot the pc up with just the power cord in place. See if it boots just from the power cord. Sometime the batteries from dell causes the whole entire PC to become unresponsive.