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Battery/charger problem? i have a charger and its pretty screwed up at the top and makes this poppy noise whenever you bend it now im pretty sure that its not under warranty anymore since my g.gma got it last mother day last year and its just now breaking and now the little light at my laptop is blinking 4 times orange somewhat fast and then is slow when it tuns blue then goes fast again and when my little battery icon at my system tray it was at 100% which i know is a lie because it was dead this morning and right when i turned it on it said 100% which is kinda odd if you ask me unless the charger magically started working and charged it up of which i doubt because it wouldnt turn on until i could get the charger to work again do i just need a new charger or a new battery or both because now im scared to move the charger in fear that it wont work again which is kinda inconvienent because its on the bed and its up against the place where your pillow usually is so my back now has no support and it sucks :(

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    alekorm May 24, 2009

    ha now i dont know what oure asking umm....i have left the battery in i havent messed with that the only thing ive done is had to jiggle the top of the charger  to get a poppy noise but it wont work until i get the poppy noise which is weird but...oh well and its the side that plugs into the laptop that is screwed up

  • alekorm
    alekorm May 24, 2009

    the side that goes into the laptop if it was the side that went into the wall that jiggles and popped then i would leave that alone and buy another one out of fear of it catching on fire

  • Frank Zhang
    Frank Zhang May 11, 2010

    yes, change adapter first, see how? then feedback your comment if still trouble please.

  • Frank Zhang
    Frank Zhang May 11, 2010

    I ask you:

    1) (to jiggle the top of the charger ) is this mean to jiggle ACadapter wire (but DC plug and socket are not shanke) or to jiggle DC jack then poppy noise appear?

  • Frank Zhang
    Frank Zhang May 11, 2010

    so you it can work noly with charger (AC adapter), do you turn on laptop without battery then reseat the battery in? tell me how?

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You can buy a new charger off of ebay, newegg, or somethimes dell. it will run about $20 .

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