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Dell problem xps m1330

Just recently when i plug in my dell charger it tells me that the computer can't detect it. So I can't charge it. Can anyone help me with this? Has anyone else had the same problem>??

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First check device manager see if battery shows
try removing the battery for a bit then replacing it

your connection on the inside may be loose
if not then you probably need a new battery
do any lights for the charger come on

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