Question about HP Pavilion Computers & Internet
Charging is not working right
Posted by Anonymous on
If you are sure that you have to wiggle your laptop charger to let your laptop charge normally, it means your hp laptop power jack is loose or dead. Either you need to replace it or fix it.
While if you are good at tech and you have a good knowledge of laptop, you may fix the power socket by yourself based on the following instructions article:
Posted on Jan 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dell c640 charging problems.
Instead of spending alot of time trying to do something that could potentially harm your laptop..why not just buy a power supply?
You can get one here Click here for about 16 dollars. That's a great deal they are usually about $60 and its a Dell brand not some off brand.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
The battery may have died if it cannot hold a charge. It is also possible that the battery is not plugged in correctly to the back of the laptop. Follow these steps: Go to the Start/Control Panel/Power Options "Launch Power Manager" to see if the battery is recognized. This Power Manager has 3 tabs, and you can get quality information on your battery. If you can not see the battery levels, then the battery is either DEAD, or not plugged in all the way. Make sure that the battery is seated in the battery holder behind the laptop.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
try removing the battery from the computer and turning on the computer to see if the power cord works correctly if it does inspect the battery and clean the terminals on the battery and computer and put the battery back in while it is still on now you should see the battery show up on the taskbar if not right click anywhere on the desktop and go to properties and than go to than go to screensaver than look towards the bottom and you will see power click on it and you should see the options for the battery ok sorry this was so long but i needed to explain it in full
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Posted on Aug 04, 2009
Your power connector on the laptop has been bumped too many times and the solder connection has worked it's way loose.. somewhat of a common annoyance. Find a good TV Repair shop, maybe a reputable PC repair shop and tell them to please resolder ( better to replace, but could cause rejection if they don't have a source for micro parts ) the connector back onto the motherboard.. could cost you $100 because of what it takes to access the location for a 1 minute solder job.. sad but true, sometimes, EVERYTHING in the laptop has to be removed to solder the connectors on the bottom side of the motherboard, sometimes you can get lucky with bottom side access. Get someone experienced in circuitboard soldering techniques. A hobbist will burn up more than what they are attempting to fix.
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Posted on Aug 28, 2009
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