Question about Apple MacBook Laptop Computer Mac Notebook
When laptop is plugged in, green light illuminates however shows an "x" in the battery indicator
Your battery is probably not working anymore. Go to an apple store and ask for the repair.
Posted on Oct 25, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Black macbook 13 will not boot.
you have logic board problem, check out if the fan, processor , harddisk working if not then it is logic board.
go to apple care and get the assistent.
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Posted on Jul 27, 2009
SOURCE: macbook wont turn on
Dont buy a new one as we may be able to repair. These boards are Not Complex by Industry standards and weve had excellent luck tracking and repairing them. (So Glad Apple went Intel).. Talk soon...
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
SOURCE: macbook Battery Problems
To answer your last question first. It is best if possible to use the mains power when you are using your macBook and only use the battery when you cannot connect to mains.
MacBook batteries have a life span based on the number of charge cycles the battery has been through. The battery has a max of 300 cycles before it starts to loss its charge capability. SO you need to determine the health of the battery is it chargeing etc. You can do this via the apple menu and 'about this mac'
Check the health of the battery as the battery could be faulty if it has only cycled a few times or it may have gone over the 300 and is now lossing its charge in which case you'll need to get a new one.
Hope that helps
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
This usually means that your battery is not holding a charge anymore. You will have to replace your battery. A cheaper route is to keep it always plugged in.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
SOURCE: the fan on my macbook
The green light on your power adapter is normal, this indicates that it is charging the battery. The fan within the MacBook is controlled by an internal heat sensor. The fan inside will speed up and slow down based on the internal temperatures.
The X icon for where the battery is, indicates that the battery is not connected or the system doesn't recognize the battery anymore. Meaning, you will need to buy a new battery for your computer.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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