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Won't charge Battery is OK in another machine, external charger works on another machine. Bios battery is OK. When I insert the power lead the display just flickers slightly. In the power meter diagnostic, the battery is not being charged. There is no green or amber l.e.d. display. I assume the internal charging circuitry is faulty - how do I fix it?

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Usually you need to change the motherboard.

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