Question about ASUS Computers & Internet
Posted by Anonymous on
It sounds like one of three things:
1. Battery itself no longer functions
2. Your Asus Laptop Charger has inadequate amperage
3. The motherboard is defective (most likely).
If you have another battery, or a friend with the same battery, you can try that first (and someone else's laptop charger).
If the problem is the motherboard, you can try to have it repaired but I don't trust many companies to do this kind of work. I outsource my motherboard jobs to a company called Laptop Rescue (http://www.laptoprescue.com/laptop-repair-2/). Coincidentally, they also sell laptop chargers in case that's the problem. Hopefully it's just a charger or battery issue and not a motherboard.
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