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does it show that it is charging from the charging light/power supply? Is there any life left in the battery? is the charger charging the battery? the batteries dont last in laptops usually about a year before the go bad and have to be replaced, Is the charger working? The chargers go faulty all the time, The little plug that plugs into the laptop goes faulty and is a very common fault and doesnt charge/power the laptop, The only thing you can try is another power supply of the same name/model/output voltage and current with the same small plug and polarity or another battery of the same type/model, If you can do this and it doesnt cure your fault it needs looked at by a technician, Hope this helps, If you need more assistance let me know,
You've overloaded and busted the PSU. The voltages are different in different countries and you should use a voltage stabilizer which you haven't. You need to get the warranty out as it can be expensive to replace and fit in a shop.
Bios batteries don't usually have a specific place on boards. I have seen the same boards with the batteries in different locations. The best thing to look for is a nickel size silver circle. This is the battery. It can either be standing up on end or laying flat on the board. You can tell further its the battery because it looks like a large watch battery.
From the images I can find online it may be next to the IDE ports and the power port near the front of the board. Back of the board being where all the hookups are for audio and video.