Question about Gateway (4000782) Motherboard
Ok, new battery may not always be the issue. If the jack plug that goes into the back or side of the laptop is damaged, then the only real way to get it to charge is to call the company and send it in. Had to do that with my laptop 3 months ago. but most companies that build laptop's will do this service for a bit of money but will have it back to you in a matter of days, not weeks.
Also, if the battery sat for too long without a charge, or caught a static hit, the batter could be toasted. Which means replacing that. That might be a first option before you go to send in the laptop, and if it works, then great, if not and you have to send the laptop in. then just think of it as having a secondary battery that you can keep charged for a quick swap
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
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