Laptop was acidently pulled on to floor was working ok till battery went flat . checked charging unit ok . opened it all up no sign of cracks any where . checked small input board looks ok but could be the prob. is there anywhere in uk that can check these things. missing laptop somthing terible it's got a lot of info i need
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Re: medion md 96032 laptop no power
Hi again Jack. I live in Westyorkshire, if you was close to me i would have offered to have a look at the laptop for you, but in this case i think somewhere local will have to do. I have done a little research and found a place called Leo Computers up near you in Oban, you can check the website here >>>>
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Same problem with my sons 96640 In at Medion now waiting for supplies of new motherboard to come in-from what I have read elsewhere the graphics chip causes the same problem on other laptops, not just medion
I have a Medion laptop as well.....unfortunately, this is just a cheap battery. Mine can be fully charged, but will only last 30 minutes even if it's just sitting on the desktop. You can try changing your "performance" settings (hold your cursor over the battery icon in the taskbar, it should give you an option change "power plan"). Choose a lower power-consuming power plan (note, lower-power consuming plans won't let games, etc run right). But, ultimately I think you'll find it's just a bad battery that won't hold a full charge anymore.
Close usually only counts in horseshoe throwing ..l The power supply really must be spot on...or better current rating.. see it's the Current supplied thats important as well as the voltage usually around 17v, but can B 12v, 14v, so ya gotta choose carefully, usually it is written somewhere on the lappy's bottom or by power socket.
Most, all?, lappy's will work without a battery installed, they simply will not be able to use hibernate mode and sleep mode etc due to no battery but as long as the power is on it will be OK.
Ensure your power connector is actually making contact with the length and center pin contact of the lappy's sockst they can be a devil for size..