Grandaughter has D600. It's dead. Originally battery light was flashing (amber) and nothing on screen, Bought a new battery. No battery light - still no screen, Daughter says she occaisionally sees start up screen extremely dim, My old eyes can't see it at all, Now we get no green when pressing the start button. Have used a known good cord and adpater from another PC without success.
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Remove the main battery and try again, also! the power adapter charger should be checked for correct voltage, if okay! pull one stick of ram and test, and the second piece not forgetting to put the first one back and power up, if all this fails you will need to get it assessed.
When the 1,3, 5 lights are flashing when you press your battery test button, then it means your battery is dead and will not hold a charge. You can still use your PC on A/C power with no issues, but if you want to use it on battery power then you will need to purchase a new battery.
The flashing battery light is an indication that the system is attempting to charge the battery. The orange light indicates a problem charging one of the battery cells. This usually means that the battery either needs to be recalibrated or replaced. To recalibrate the battery just use the system until the battery is dead, then recharge and repeat the process twice, after which time the battery should be recalibrated. If this doesn’t fix the flashing orange light then the battery may need to be replaced.