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yo bro i got a couple things that might help try going to your bios and change the hard drive that it should look to to get the right system running, that is if you have tow different hard drives in the pc. o and also make sure that you have everthing plugged in correctly in your pc. if that doesnt work take out the first hard drive that was installed in the first place and put your new hard drive in its place and put in the right wire also.
Display AssemblyRemoving the Display AssemblyCAUTION: Before you perform the following procedures, see the safety instructions in the Product Information Guide.NOTICE: To avoid electrostatic discharge, ground yourself by using a wrist grounding strap or by periodically touching an unpainted metal surface (such as the back panel) on the computer.NOTICE: To avoid damaging the system board, you must remove the main battery before you begin working inside the computer.
u have to install software for playing cd or dvd and for that u need to download from intenter it's called VLC player or a power dvd , or yr pc has windows media pleayer but windows pleayer has autoplay applaction is desible... so u have to downlaod pleayers it's help u...:)
You can also pick up the batteries less expensive than most computer places at batteries plus. And yes it sounds as though it is the batteries charge is getting low, especially if it runs fine when the battery is out and you have it plugged in.