I had just turned on the laptop, it wasn't plugged in. It had been charging for about an hour. Ten minutes after I turned it on, it shut off. I plugged it in, and it got half way through booting up (The Windows XP waiting screen) when it shut off again. Waited a few minutes, and the same thing happened.
Decided to leave it and let it charge. The green light was constant, until about 5 minutes later when it started blinking. Same thing happens no matter what outlet. Tried it a few more times, same turning off problem. Unplugged it and left it for a couple of days. Now the green light won't come on at all, and neither will the laptop.
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Hi, There is a possibility that the battery is defective.
Turn the laptop off and remove the battery and AC power. Clean the brass contacts on the battery and the laptop. Plug in AC power only, boot the laptop up without the battery and go into the BIOS and set the BIOS to default settings. Save the changes and let the laptop boot into Windows. Once in Windows power down the laptop again and remove the AC power. Reinsert the battery and AC power and boot the laptop up. See if that has helped.
First of all, what I'm about to tell you are general troubleshooting techniques - I make no claim that they will fix what you describe, but they may help lead you to a solution.
Unplug the AC adapter and remove the battery
Plug in the AC adapter and attempt to power on the laptop
If it doesn't power on, see #6 below. If it does power on, but doesn't boot the OS, restart - pressing [SPACE] as the first Windows splash screen appears. When prompted, choose to delete the hibernation file and start a system boot.
Shut the system down, disconnect the AC adapter, reinsert the battery, and attempt to power the laptop. If it doesn't start we know, at the very least, there's a battery problem.
Plug in the AC adapter. If it shuts down immediately, or won't power back on after a shutdown. . .
. . .there's a problem with the system board, probably the ciruitry associated with charging the battery.
turn off the computer and disconnect the battery . wait like half an hour. put it back in you have to wait a few minutes for the battery to finish charging then turn it on . this should help. the menu will pop up after you type your password in .