I need help for my laptop I haved replaced the battery pack and still is not charging what seems to be the problem? and also I have problem with the CMOS when I save a settings like the wireless to be on, after you removed the Power cable and connect the PC again it will reset to disable. I have change the internal battery still the same problem.
There are several reasons why a laptop battery woiuldn't charge:
1) if your replacement battery isn't oem, on few occassions it is known that your replacement wouldn't be compatible and therefore wouldn't charge.
2) your ac adapter is defective...eventhough it supplies power to your laptop and you could work on it normally.
3) the new battery replacement battery you just bought happens to be defective but you assume since it's brand new it should be working.
4) and i saved the worst for last since it happened to me twice..the charging unit on your laptop mother board is defective and will not charge any battery new or old any longer...this requires you to replace *********** board which is sometime more expensive than buying a brand new laptop. unless you are still under warranty.
one tip that saved me from buying a new laptop is that my dell warranty ended after 1 year but since I bought my laptop on my visa, they double your warranty for free as part of their visa member benefit. make sure you have a copy of the purchase receipt and the warranty ( usually you could download the product warranty from the manufacturer website)
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not familiar with that tablet but most charging problems are either the cord or battery needs replacing. If light does not come on when on charge then you need a new cord. If light comes on and it won't hold the charge then it's time to replace your battery.
Either the power converter (wall Pack) has no output of voltage....Or the battery has run its cycle of life. Symptoms of bad battery are,will take no charge,or not hold a charge for very long, or will not charge fully.I have an IPOD that I charged fully,and then put it away for a long time, when I got it back out....it wouldn't take a charge at all. These kind of issues are common with batterys . Hope this is helpful.
Hi! Hope this may serve as a hint. When power problem dooms to any electronic device needing battery operation we sometimes least assume that the battery life is near to its end. I mean its charging life has come to end. However, you can sometimes recycle it's life cycle by discharging fully and recharging fully without using it. Battery utility softwares can help monitor its life but cannot revive at all. Charging also using fast charger and or slow charger can help reactivate the battery cells. I personally experience, a gadget of mine its charging life is almost come to end and when I accidentally plug it on my laptop with 3.0 USB offline charging capability it somehow raise its life but not as good as it is. If the above doesn't work at all, it's time to change the battery pack. Goodluck!
Frequent Charging Shortens Battery Life Frequent charging shortens the life span of a Lithium ion battery. Batteries should be charged only after they expend all their power. b> Switching Batteries Switching batteries helps preserve battery life: If a cell phone or computer user puts in a spare battery while separately charging the primary Lithium ion battery, that helps extend the life of both batteries. b> Removing BatteriesMost laptops charge the battery when a user plugs in the AC adapter. Users can adjust this setting by changing the power options. Windows places this option in the Control Panel, while the Gnome Linux desktop places power options under "Administrative Tools". Cell phones incorporate their own power-saving features that the user usually cannot control. b> When to Replace a Lithium Ion BatteryIf a laptop battery does not hold a charge for more than a few minutes, a user must replace the Lithium ion battery if he wants to use the computer without an AC adapter. Other Ways to Extend Battery LifeStoring a battery in a cool, dry environment causes a lithium-ion battery to last a little longer and reduces the frequency of needed battery replacements. Hope this helps.
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Unfortunately, as far as I know, there is no "Replacement" part for this. It will have to be fixed by the Manufacturer. It isn't a "Part" per-say, but a circuit on the motherboard itself. If it is no longer working, then it is a hardware issue, and since it is a "Laptop" style computer, there is no way to simply fix it.
I do not know if this will help your situation any or not. I just posted this in a seperate threadI purchased a used TC1000 for $35 (I just couldn't help myself, despite what the owner state was happening).
It would power on, but no Compaq POST.
Toshiba taught me a simple trick when I was having issues with my X205 gaming laptop. Basically, remove all power sources (including battery). Hold the power slider to the on position for 25 - 30 seconds. Then power back up. You have to discharge whatever electricity is in the board/ps otherwise I believe the MoBo senses additional charge/not enough charge and refuses to boot.
I did this and have had 25 successful boots in a row.
Let the battery go all the way dead. You may have to adjust the settings in your bios so that the laptop will stay on until the battery goes completely dead. Then charge the battery. Do this a few times if it does not fix the problem you do need a new battery.
Try taking the laptop battery out. You can remove the laptop battery by turning it over, you'll usually see some sliders at the bottom, slide them to the unlock position and you should be able to wedge your battery out. The battery usually comes in a very tall and thin rectangular shape.
Once the battery is out, plug the laptop in through the mains power - this may solve your problem, if it does, you'll need a new battery if you wish to use it on the move.
If it does not solve your problem, it is either a faulty power adaptor, or a faulty power supply on the motherboard of your laptop. A faulty power adaptor or battery is the best case scenario, as it's the cheapest to buy a replacement (although it's still expensive - $120 worth in the UK roughly). A faulty power supply on the mainboard generally means you'll need a replacement mainboard which is totally uneconomical, especially with the labour cost to fit it professionally.
If the battery and power adaptor is not faulty, you might as well scrap it and get a new laptop. Good luck Tina!