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Firstly, i suggest you try to use the charger with a similar laptop to see if it will charge it.
If it does, it means the charger is still very much good.
And as for the battery you change, it will be better for you you to check the voltage rate on your charger and the voltage rate on the battery because it is very possible, the voltage rate of your charger might not be able to power your new battery.
The voltage of the new battery might be higher than what the battery could power, so you might need to get the same voltage rating of charger for the new battery.
**** you can still test the charger with a similar laptop to be sure the charger is still good.
Hello, If your screen is dim but still displays everything then please check if the screen's brightness has not been accidentally reduced. If that is okay, then you have a damaged screen inverter and it needs to be changed. If the screen does not display at all, then you may have to change your screen.
Try to turn off the computer and remove the battery from the bottom of the notebook. Turn on the computer with just the charger plugged in. If it doesnt turn on. you may have a bad power port.
If it has no power/charging issue since that happened except that the indicator light doesnt turn on when you plug in the charger, you may just need a bios update. Click here. That's the bios update for the inspiron 2200 from dell's website. You should have at least 30% charge on the battery and the ac adapter should be plugged in so you can run it. The computer will restart and will come back normally after this. I'd suggest that you backup your files before running this.
Also, check to make sure that you have a good connection between the laptop and the charging cable at the power port on the rear of the laptop. We have an Inspirion 6000 with this problem and we've discovered if you pull the power cord out very slightly and lift it upwards, the charging icon appears in the system tray. Appears to be a fractured connection inside the laptop at the power port. Changing chargers does not make any difference.