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Charging problem My sons laptop runs great when its plugged in. It needed a new battery so I bought one,when put the battery in to charge it up, the machine shuts off completly. Any clues??

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Sounds like a defective battery to me ...or perhaps a faulty charging system. Least expensive solution is run on no battery, AC only. Second cheapest is replace the battery. Third option (note I didn't mention "cheap") is to replace the motherboard. Last option is to replace the laptop (might be cheaper than fixing the laptop, if you factor in age, warranty, time, effort and headache involved.

Hope this helps - remember to rate :)

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