Try to check if other battery is working when being charge,if the problem is in ur battery u have to return and ask for replacement fron the store where you purchased it.nobody can repair battery pack.tnx
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No, you can't reset a battery. If you can't charge it and the charger works then the batery is dead , replace it. http://shop.lenovo.com/SEUILibrary/controller/e/web/LenovoPortal/en_US/integration.workflow:ProductDisplayItem?IsBundle=false&GroupID=38&Code=57Y6265&sb=:00000026:00002A04:&hide_menu_area=yes&cid=us%7Ccse%7Cdf%7Cgooglebase%7C57Y6265&&CAWELAID=405615673
press and hold the Power button for 60 secs without the battery and power cable and then reconnect to it back and try to restart and if nb turns on then log on to www.hp.com and download the latest bios and install it as Administrator.
Normally the message means that the battery is bad and needs to be replaced. There is a chance the new battery you got was defective and went bad before its time.
The motherboard can be the problem, although it is not common for this to be the case.
I would try one more battery before thinking about a new motherboard, a new battery is under a $100 where a new mobo is several hundred, and usually this is a sign of a bad battery. If you disconnect the ac adapter and it stays on then it is using the battery, although it is reporting that it cannot see a charge. I would guess the battery malfunctioned and is not being able to be read by the laptop.
Put the laptop in the freezer for a couple hours. i heard that can temporarily fix a problem with a Hard Drive. If it works then quickly back up the Hard Drive and get a new one and upload everything onto that one. Caution: i dont know any side effects of freezing the laptop so freeze it at your own risk.
You should get more information from the repair store and you would do better to go to a laptop specialist. Look at the price of new and second hand laptops before you comit to a possibly expensive repair. It is possible to take your data from on laptop to another, if that is what is important.