The charging lights eluminate but for some reason, it doesn't seem to charge. I have left it over night and still no luck!
Could this be the charger itself of perhaps the battery even?
Any help would be greatly appriciated!
I have the sansung nv25np0gr3/suk
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Re: the laptop doesn't want to charge!!!
Is very possible that the battery is dead, Check the LEDs on the battery itself, sometimes you have to deattach the battery for can to see them.
If the LEDs blink or not light in sequence (one one, the next off and so on) then your battery is gone, if everithing seems to be right there then the problem is the charger, try with other one.
if charger is good then the problem could be in the circuits that manage the energy in the motherboard.
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Hello! It seems that you have a problem with the laptop charger connector. It maybe in short circuit. You can try to look for some electronic workshop that works with reballing, BGA solder, etc., that might change it. In Portugal we have some, so I think in other countries you can find them to.
Sounds like the battery might be bad. Try another battery in the laptop and see if it charges. If it does then you know the other battery is bad.
If you try another known working battery and it still wont charge, then try another AC Adapter. If you still cant get the laptop battery to charge then at that point the motherboard is bad because you will have tried another working batter and another working ac adapter.
All rechargeable batteries have a limited life, and as they age their charge capacity reduces over time and you get shorter and shorter time between charges.
Recharage batteries have a finite number of charge and discharge cycles and batteries over 2 years old are considered nearly worn out. Worn out batteries won't charge up at all.
Change your AC charger. It's NOT charging "When the laptop is plugged into the AC, the power meter in windows
tells me that the power source is still batteries, and the battery
level drops by about 1% every few hours" That's the reason why: "battery has completely died" If you do not change it you'll continue to "still it gives me the same low battery indication and will not turn on.