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Excuse me but your queston is rather confused. It is supposed to be a question bout a laptop and you are talking bout charging a keyboard.
In any case, did you check the level of the charge before you turn toe keyboard on? It discharged immediately? This means that your battery is absolutely dead and you should get a new battry for your device
Hi... This is Vikas Sharma From M/s Computer Solutions, Patiala - Punjab, India
Im Going to give you one good advice that if you want to make your laptops battery life batter and want that your battery should run and give proper backup then use the battery as much as possible and when laptop shown the message that battry low or less than 5% then charge it back full. do it atleast once in a week.
Acctually the purpose is that when you charge and discharge the battery full all the cells used and charged and discharged. when you charge your battery when it is having i.e. 40% or 30% etc. charging to full and then you use the battery upto i.e. 40% and again you charge it then the remaining 40% cells are not charged and discharged then they become useless and again and again this process dead the cells that are not in charging and discharging position. This is the one big reason for battery problem.
so I suggest that charge and discharge the battery for better results.
Do you leave it plugged in a lot? I would try another Cord/charger with the EXACT same power specs. Never leave a Computer plugged in when not in use, it's subject to power surges, accidental damage, and shortens the life of the components, Cord/Charger, AC jack, etc.
hi there no not a new laptop just a new inverter...quite simple to fit and not very costly.;....just get the make and model of your laptop then search on ebay..should cost you anywhere between £20-40 for a new 1 and about 30min to 1hr fix depending if you have any experience..
You have either a faulty/worn out battery or a faulty charging circuit.
Recharageable battery have a finite number of charge and discharge cycles and over the years the battery life gets shorter and shorter until it is worn out and won't charge any more.
If the battery is more than 2 years old then the battery is most likely worn out and needs to be replaced.
here is a place for a battry
follow the manual!
first charge you got to charge it for 24h then let run untill its runs out and then plug it in ordinery
let the battry discharge every time before plug it in
thats how you keep the battry live as long as possible