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Check if in starting it is giving any error for the adoptor? if it is giving then it is adoptor issue other wise it is battery issue. May be it is also cause for M/b, so tell me exjact problem so that i can give you the solution

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  2. Also in the BIOS see if the AC adapter is identified or is listed as UNKNOWN. If the system cannot ID the adapter as a Dell Branded AC adapter 90w or larger, then the charger is again disabled. If unknown, check the barrel end of the DC jack of the adapter for the fine wire in the center, if broken or bent, then the adapter is not identified.
  3. Try with a different Dell branded 90w or larger D or E series adapter.
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if the adapter is unknown, replace the adapter, unless it works normally on another system, and the other system's adapter has the same issue, in that case the motherboard is likely the issue.
Note: a 65w Auto/Air adapter will only charge the battery if the system is OFF

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