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Sir, You have to replace the battery.Is your laptop under warranty?if its under warranty u will get battery free of cost from company.OR Swith off the Laptop & connect laptop adapter/power cable to power socket and make the switch on then leave it for one hour,then check...
there is a swith that is located either on the right hand side of the laptop or at the front,you need to switch it and for you to be able to verify if its already on,something will lit up near it, or you can try to press and hold Fn then F5,the curent status should be on
It seems that some critical windows system files have got corrupted and the 'rocket' seems to be an add on used to change the windows interface to look like vista or windows 7. The only way to recover will be to use the original OS CD/DVD to boot up your computer and use the repair &/or reinstall option. This leaves all programs & data intact, i.e. as it was, but just replace the original system files.
Please first make sure that your adaptor is working.
Try to remove the battery and connect your laptop to the adaptor. Swith on. If nothing chages, then there is good chance that you have a motherboard related problem.