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Battery wont charge

My battery would not charge on my laptop so thinking it was the battery I replaced it. Now, rather than not charging, the new battery will charge but only when my computer is turned off. Any help is appreciated!

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  • kstraveler Feb 15, 2008

    I have a similar problem. My old battery would not charge. Purchased a new Linthium one. Sometimes it will charge and sometimes it will not. It is almost as if a connection is loose too the battery.

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Is either the battery is bad or the charging IC is bad.

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