- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
if ur laptop is working directly with charger have 3 things 1 charger is original 2 change the battery & check is these all is good then i thank the charging IC on mother board have damage or not owrking
If the battery does not charge then the problem is likely the charger.
If you can borrow a charger instead of buying a new one you can find out for sure if the problem is the inside the laptop its self or the charger.
Remove the battery and hold down the standby button for a whole minute to drain any remaining power in the model. replace the battery , attach the new/borrowed charger lead and see if any activity happens ie, sound, lights...ect. This is the first thing someone does in a repair shop and its to diagnose where the issue is comming from.
HAve you tried with another charger? before changing motherboard i suggest you to check your laptop with other charger. if it'll work then you don't need to pay huge amount to replace mother board. If it is with mother board then surely it;ll work if you change it but be sure before doing it. so check with other charger.
Several reasons are possible. 1st, it could be the socket on the mother-board where the adapter plugs into it - these are known to loosen and short out. The mother-board cooling fan could be plugged with lint and stuff preventing cooling!!! Disassembly is required to remove lint and dust. Finally - if some of the cells in the battery pack are bad, the charger will have to push more juice to try and bring the battery up to snuff and things will get hot. These cells can be replaced but is a tricky job as they arent' meant to come apart easily. If you do, remember that if you remove any batteries from the circuit board inside the battery the memory will be lost and that battery will never charge again. The thing to do is have a trickle charge from a 1.5v battery with wires and alligator clips soldered onto it to keep power to the circuit board while you replace the batteries. If power is completely removed from board - throw it in proper disposal unit. Usually can tell a bad cell by a clear or white-powder substance on the battery, or leaking around the edges. Replace with the same mh value (milli-hours). Individual batteries can be purchased from a battery-house, or just solder in some rechargeables, perhaps.
Another final possiblity is if you don't have the proper mother-board drivers and are just running off the Generic XP drivers this may cause things to heat up. Be sure that all drivers in your system are up to date. Don't know the best site to tell you to go to there however. Maybe www.alldrivers.com ???
Good Luck - hope this helps some. East Coast Canada!
sir/mam you`re battery pack is need to re-pack or change the Battery pack.if you want to safe and long life Battery Pack if you use the unit inside youre house use only a charger then remove the battery pack from unit do not use both supply,like a battery with charger.if baterry full only battery,if you charge the battery charge only.. This is a only a tips For Long Life Battery Pack and Unit..Thanks
I had to buy an new ac/dc plug piece off of ebay (cost only like $3 bucks) to sodder onto the mother board of my Acer. Somehow the little plastic/metal piece you plug into your computer comes off the mother board really easy. Acer wanted me to purchase a whole new mother board (at frigging $350), which, frankly wasn't an option. So I bought the little plug gizmo, soddered it on, and I'm doing good now.