replace your power adapter and try it in normal mode if warkingthen replace your battery if not warking try to power on with another battery same model if then also not warking go to nearer service vender or service center.
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I haven't use replicators much but the one on My dell is still working.
I will suggest to remove the laptop(you probably did already) and then insert a USB and see if Windows says anything about it, do the same with the other components. If nothing works then I think the unit is bad or the connector on the back of the laptop is bad.
Of course if you had a similar replicator you can test your laptop and see if its port is bad.
Try taking the battery out, plug the computer in, and see if it turns on. Press the "Power" button for at least 20 seconds (and press hard). If that doesn't work, put the battery back in, and do the same thing. I assume no lights appear like its charging (as you said). If this is the case, then you might have a dead charger (wire broke inside, power surge broke the adapter, etc). You may want to try a different charger of the same model (either from your local Best Buy or from a friend). If it does look like its charging, then your laptop's power supply has died (or the motherboard has died). This is a much bigger hardware problem and should be under warranty (or time to buy a new laptop). All data should be recoverable, however.
If the laptop appears to be working other than the screen hook a monitor to the video output, if you get a picture on the monitor you can evaluate what is working, but if the symptom is the same the video graphics chip or the motherboard is the issue.
So long as your battery is recognized by your laptop the driver is present. But the problem lies in the charging circuits in the motherboard, it appears it is not functioning, a very rare situation. It is possible the DC jack in the laptop may not be working properly. The computer will need to be dismantled to make that determination and a professional to help.
Hello Ruxi, The problem could be viral in nature. Are you running an Anti Virus application, and if so are it's virus definitions up to date? Do you hear any sounds (through your speakers, or the hard drive spinning) when you re boot the computer? And what do you mean by "it just broke down"? Have you tried to enter your BIOS or boot to "Safe Mode" on boot or do you not even see anything on the screen at all ever now? You can try the above if you haven't already, and let us know what you find. We'll be checking on this, and Good luck.
The power supply is detecting a fault. You are probably correct thinking it has the wrong pinout.
Before you pull it apart, consider returning it to the seller if it was sold with incorrect information.
If you disassemble anything, your refund/replacement and warrantee will be voided.
If it's only 10 months old it is still within the manufacturers warranty, so do not touch or alter anything to do with the charger or battery, as even though the battery is seeming to be the fault, it is normally the motherboard charging point that is faulty or the motherboard not recognising the battery is connected.