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Charger cable green light on but when placed in back of laptop nothing happening no lights on computer to show recharging.......where the cable goes into back of laptop its very loose is there alternative method for recharging as i have all my course work on laptop and need to access it....what do i do ...... an ideas grateful

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Where the cable goes into back of laptop its very loose that needs to be fixed soldered or there might be a screw that needs to be tightened I had the same problem with my laptop.

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I hav a solution 4 u . Ur LCD monitor's wires of ur Laptop Has gone loose , U can just give ur lappy 4 a servicing.
byeee........

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