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Battery is not charging and also the charging LED is getting ON

Mate i have baught the laptop about three days ago and now when iam charging the laptop the battery LED is not getting ON and the battery didnot charge please help me on this

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  • Edtoth Jan 30, 2008

    I have a D600 and I cannot get the laptop to run on battery power and the power meter does not recognize that a battery is installed!

  • Anonymous Feb 04, 2008

    L E D is also blinking red and the battery is not charging

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First of all go into the bios and see if the battery is being detected or not.just go down to battery option and it would you the details.incase its not try taking it out and putting it back in.Incase still not working you can get the battery replaced

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