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Try taking out the battery and just plug in the ac adapter and see if it powers on that way. If it does use it that way for about 30 minutes then shut down. Put the battery back in, and keep it plugged in and wait about 30 minutes before you turn it on. This should refresh the battery enough to start charging.
Make sure your the computer has charged for about 10 full minutes before trying to turn on. the battery has a very short life and needs a good boost before using. if possible just keep it plugged in during use. we have that problem a lot whenever it hasnt been plugged in for a while.
try to use another known good battery to test it.it may be a battery issue and you might need to replace it. you can call your manufacturer to have the battery replaced if the system is still under warranty.
Ok when this happens it takes a considerable time for the battery to recover, you should plug in the adapter and leave it for at least overnight without using it, hopefully then after that the battery will be charged. This is very common.
bad battery.. RMA that back to where you bought it from. probably wasnt a new battery they sold you. id charge it from completely dead to completely full one more time and if you dont get at least an hour out of the batt then i would return it..
IT sounds like your laptop or powersupply/charger is at fault. Try to use a different charger, and if possible use your battery in a different computer. That way you can narrow down where the problem is.
It might ba a faulty connection where the charger is connected to your computer. To check this out, try running the computer on AC without the battery installed. If it suddenly shuts off it's a problem with your powersupply or possibly the connection plug in the cimputer.