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Latitude d505 not charging

Plug in to charge and get the green lamp for a couple seconds. Then it flashes orange and battery will not hold a charge. Is my laptop dying ??

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Your laptop isn't dying....it just means the battery is shot and it's time to get a new one...the laptop should be fine with a new battery. I recommend Ebatts.com if your going to order one online.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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