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First you must check, if it is the battery or the wall supply. Now remove battery from machine.. Connect wall supply, Now IF the laptop comes on, then you have a battery problem, IF it does NOT then you have an Adapter problem, replacement is the only answer. NB: In rare occasions, the Adapter WILL, supply and make the laptop work, BUT FAIL when any more current is needed, IE: Charge battery this is uncommon though. But easy to spot.