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I guess your charger has very low power (low wattage). That is why it charges the battery when the laptop is off. But as soon as the laptop is on, the charger can't keep up with the power dreained by keeping the laptop on and eventually the battery runs outr of juice.
According to the user's manual (http://support.acer.com/acerpanam/manuals/acer/0000/userguides/AS5600_3680_UG.pdf)
I suggest you get a charger with at least 90 W.
My problem was: Although the Batt Light shows the "charging" the desktop indicators show the battery is at 100%. If you dscinnect the power supply the computer dies.
SOLUTION: I found this worked on both occasion it happened to me occasions. 1. Shut down the netbook. 2. Remove battery for +- 15 min. 3. Replace battery. 4. Do not switch on netbook, ie boot up, until charge light goes to green ie indicates fully charged.
Try to connect your PC with the battery on the power outlet if it lights and charge normally. If the lights still orange, try to open the hard disk case and pull it out then try to put it in place again. If still doesn't go, try the memory card and clean it.
But I suspect that the battery has been overly charged. Try to look for another battery of the same model if it works with another and new battery.
if your laptop not charging better change the ac adaptor to charge but if your laptop not booting but the charger charge the the laptop the problem is you motherboard just try to reset you CMOS then try to boot again