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Request you to try following the below steps which might help:
(1)Turn off the computer.
(2)Remove all the external peripherals like AC Adaptor, flash drives, battery, etc.
(3)Press and hold the power button for 30sec which releases the static on the computer (if any)
(4)Put back the battery and plug in the AC Adaptor.
(5)Let the computer charge for some time.
Now try turning on the computer. If still same issue then check if there are any series of beep codes emitted from the computer and see if there is a Power/ Battery status light glowing near the front (touchpad) of it.
I would try this:
take the battery out
unplug the charger
turn upside down
hold power button down for 1 min
keep holding power button down as you turn over the laptop
while still holding power button down plug in charger and try to power on
I see that you are experiencing issues with your Laptop, you mentioned that the battery has %40 charge and that the adapter is plugged in on the laptop to the wall but still you get an orange light, but when you press the power button nothing happens on the machine.
Remove the battery and the adapter from the Laptop then press and hold down the power button, this is to drain power from the motherboard.
Once the power has been drained from the Laptop, connect the adapter back again but leave the battery out of the machine, then turn the system ON using the Adapter only.
If the Laptop turns ON using the adapter only then it is possible something is wrong with either the Battery or the motherboard of the Laptop.
Turn the Laptop OFF again then put the battery back in, then power the system again check if it will turn on with the battery and adapter in the Laptop.
If the Laptop does not turn ON when the battery is plugged in then you will need to have the system checked for a motherboard issue.
Since you tried your battery on another pc, then try a different charge power supply on yours. You may have a bad power supply adapter or your battery terminals on your pc may be dirty and need to be cleaned with rubbing alcohol and a cotton swab.
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.
When you say charge light, was that the battery led light that you were referring to or the power button?
If it is the battery led light, try this:
Try to power on your laptop without the battery in your laptop.
take out the battery and just use the ac adapter, if it works fine then there could be a problem with your battery.
If is the power button that is flashing orange, then try to power cycle laptop.
turn off laptop.
take out the battery and the ac adapter.
then while those are out, you hold down power button for atleast 10-15 seconds.
put back the power source and check the led again.