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Remove your Laptop Li-ion battery module. Then remove the RTC battery for at least 15min. Replace RTC, and boot the computer ONLY with the AC-Adapter. Enter the BIOS and set to boot from USB
The problem with your system is that the Battery you are using is Faulty is either the current voltage spoilt it or may be is an old age battery
What you will have to do is to get another Battery that you will first of all Charge it well before usage ok. nice
docking station for my old compaq armada did not "charge seperately" but did supply power to the pc through docking connector and not through the normal ac input, cant say if they have their own power transformers or not, till i go home and take my old docking station apart. Will the computer not power up when plugged in, it normally will run off ac power even when battery is dead or removed.
Unfortunately on most Compaq/HP mobile devices the AC pin is soldered directly onto the motherboard. If the pin is severely bent of broken off then a service is required, usually to replace the motherboard. Having the broken off like then can actually create a minor crack in the PCB. Sorry for the bad news.