I would just like to ask a question if the hp 65W adapter is compatible to 220V outlets, because my notebook was from Canada and they are using lower voltage in their outlets since i am here in the Philippines which uses 220V outlets. Thanks
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2.) The charging connector on the laptop has come loose from the contacts. Therefore a bad connection.
3.) Your battery is faulty.
I think possibility 2 is the most likely, although you will have to test possibility 3 by removing the battery and plugging in your charger and seeing if the laptop powers on.If it does power on then that rules out possibility 1 and 2 leaving a faulty battery.
you can try to conect the laptop directly to the power outlet without using the battery just to verify if it the battery or the charger itself..If it still power up the laptop,that means that the adapter is still working,if not,well obviously,its the battery itself
make sure it is compatible first if it isn't it'll not power the computer (best case scenario) or fry it (worst case scenario) look up the computer's requirements as well as compatible power supplies and make sure that the power supply is not so old that it is a safety hazard.
Compare voltage and current (amps) from the original to the new. If the new one is different (voltage is lower, or current substantially lower), then it might not be an adequate replacement. If these are near identical, and you have the correct sized tip, there shouldn't be a problem with the new unit. Obviously, you could get an exact replacement supply $$. Also check online for replacements.
Possibly, but I think it would be easier to go to radio shack or some similar shop and buy a 110->220V converter. Check the load it can handle; you might need more than one.
Also check the powersupplies on your appliances to see if they have a swithchable powersupply. Manby PCs have these, because it's cheaper to make one kind of switchable supply than two kinds of non-switchables.
There might be a sticker over the switch to prevent "stupid users" to try the switch to se what it does. If there is one, it should be marked 110/220.